|Final Fantasy All the Bravest|
|ファイナルファンタジー オール ザ ブレイベスト|
Fainaru Fantajī Ōru Za Bureibesuto
|Release dates||January 17th, 2013|
Final Fantasy All the Bravest is a 2D touch-action RPG released on January 17th, 2013, for the iOS and September 13th, 2013 for Android. The game features traditional jobs, characters, locations, monsters and music from installments of the Final Fantasy series, and a gameplay based on the Active Time Battle system from which the game took its name. It also includes social networking features which allows the option for an extra party slot for every time something is posted, via the game, to Facebook or Twitter. However, this can only be done once every 24 hours.
- “When the shine of the sun is hidden by the shadow of the moon, the worlds unbound are brought together, and the gate between dimensions thrown open.
From the sun, under a pall of black, surges forth a sinister host, together with a darkness, eternal and unyielding, that threatens to consume all.
To repel this vast evil, Warriors from all over worlds must unite. Tho fight to come is theirs, and it is a war whose end cannot be seen.
These fated heroes have risen, each with a Crystal brilliant to behold. They stand now not alone, but united, and in numbers greater than ever imagined.”
Utilizing the touch screen, the player can command characters to attack the enemy party. The player cannot choose which enemies to attack and can fight most efficiently by simply swiping along the rows of party members. The gameplay is straightforward as it doesn't require strategy and party characteristics, such as the White Mage's healing, which is replaced by a simple attack function.
Whenever the party dies the player will have to wait for fallen party members to revive in real-time, three minutes per character, meaning a full hour and a half to revive the entire party. Alternatively, there is also the option of paying real money to get an hourglass which revives the whole party. Otherwise, players may also return to the world map and attempt the battle again with a full party. When a player starts a new game, Mog gives the player a few hourglasses to start off.
- No.1 - Warrior (FFI) Ability: Attack
- No.2 - Knight (FFI) Ability: Critical
- No.3 - Mystic Knight (FFV) Ability: Firaga Sword
- No.4 - Monk (FFI) Ability: Iron Fist
- No.5 - Thief (FFI) Ability: Back Attack
- No.6 - White Mage (FFV) Ability: Diaja
- No.7 - Devout (FFIII) Ability: Holy
- No.8 - Black Mage (FFV) Ability: Thundaga
- No.9 - Magus (FFIII) Ability: Flare
- No.10 - Sage (FFIII) Ability: Meteor
- No.11 - Red Mage (FFV) Ability: Dualcast
- No.12 - Blue Mage (FFV) Ability: Missile
- No.13 - Time Mage (FFV) Ability: Comet
- No.14 - Geomancer (FFV) Ability: Branch Spear
- No.15 - Summoner (FFV) Ability: Megaflare
- No.16 - Berserker (FFV) Ability: Rage
- No.17 - Viking (FFIII) Ability: Thwack
- No.18 - Samurai (FFV) Ability: Iainuki
- No.19 - Ninja (FFI) Ability: Shuriken
- No.20 - Dragoon (FFIII) Ability: Jump
- No.21 - Ranger (FFIII) Ability: Sharpshot
- No.22 - Beastmaster (FFV) Ability: Bomb
- No.23 - Bard (FFIII) Ability: Requiem
- No.24 - Dancer (FFV) Ability: Blade Dance
- No.25 - Onion Knight (FFIII) Ability: Attack
Summon a legendary character from the FINAL FANTASY series?
- $0.99 - Randomly summons 1 out of 35 characters to be usable in your party.
- No. 1 Firion (FFII)
- No. 2 Cecil (FFIV)
- No. 3 Kain (FFIV)
- No. 4 Rydia (FFIV)
- No. 5 Bartz (FFV)
- No. 6 Krile (FFV)
- No. 7 Terra (FFVI)
- No. 8 Locke (FFVI)
- No. 9 Celes (FFVI)
- No. 10 Setzer (FFVI)
- No. 11 Cloud (FFVII)
- No. 12 Tifa (FFVII)
- No. 13 Aerith (FFVII)
- No. 14 Red XIII (FFVII)
- No. 15 Squall (FFVIII)
- No. 16 Rinoa (FFVIII)
- No. 17 Seifer (FFVIII)
- No. 18 Zidane (FFIX)
- No. 19 Steiner (FFIX)
- No. 20 Eiko (FFIX)
- No. 21 Tidus (FFX)
- No. 22 Yuna (FFX)
- No. 23 Auron (FFX)
- No. 24 Shantotto (FFXI)
- No. 25 Vaan (FFXII)
- No. 26 Ashe (FFXII)
- No. 27 Balthier (FFXII)
- No. 28 Lightning (FFXIII)
- No. 29 Snow (FFXIII)
- No. 30 Sazh (FFXIII)
- No. 31 Chocobo (FFV)
- No. 32 Moogle (FFVI)
- No. 33 Pig (FFIV)
- No. 34 Imp (FFVI)
- No. 35 Magitek Armor (FFVI))
Buy Airship Tickets to other worlds.
- $3.99 - Final Fantasy VII - Midgar Ticket
- $3.99 - Final Fantasy X - Zanarkand Ticket
- $3.99 - Final Fantasy XIII - Archylte Steppe Ticket
- Director - Tatsuya Kando
- Co-Director - Hiroyuki Itou
- Lead Game Designer - Kyohei Suzuki
- Lead Artist - Naomi Sanada
- Producer - Ichiro Hazama
- Creative Producer & Original Concept - Tetsuya Nomura
Upon its release, Final Fantasy All the Bravest received negative criticism. The premise - a game paying homage to Final Fantasy and allowing players to form their dream party of their favorite characters to travel and fight in iconic locations - was noted to have potential, but not executed well. The largest point of contention has been the limited gameplay: most reviewers have noted that fights just consist of the player swiping their finger along the screen.
In addition, the amount of paid content, with the player paying over $50 on top of the $4 purchase price to unlock all the game's content, along with additional money for gold hourglasses to revive their party, was also heavily criticized. The game was noted to have little story and little control over combat, with new party members appearing at random and the player simply tapping them to command them to attack an enemy chosen at random.
- The game's subtitle, All the Bravest, shortens to "ATB", referring to the ATB (Active Time Battle) system, a prominent feature of the game.
- The game's English script contains numerous pop-culture and tongue-in-cheek references, such as The Simpsons and Monty Python and the Holy Grail, as well as referring to the Berserker as being a "maniacal axe-wielding force of nature [that] enjoys cosplaying as a wolf".
- Final Fantasy All the Bravest Official Website (Japanese)
- Final Fantasy All the Bravest Official Website (North American)
- iTunes Store Purchase Page
- Google Play Store Purchase Page