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World of Final Fantasy is a role-playing game for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita aimed at a younger gaming audience and being developed as a way to bring children into the series who are more drawn to cutesy and fantasy-looking art styles. With World of Final Fantasy, the Final Fantasy series celebrates its 30th anniversary.[1]

World of Final Fantasy is set in the land of Grymoire. The two main characters—Lann and his older twin sister Reynn—venture into the world to battle and befriend monsters and allies pulled from previous Final Fantasy games, including spin-off titles like Final Fantasy Tactics and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.[2]



Chibi battles.

One can change the statures of the player characters from regular size to a miniature-like height where they can ride monsters. Besides familiar Final Fantasy creatures, such as the Behemoth or the Magitek Armor serving as support allies, heroes from previous Final Fantasy games, like the Warrior of Light and Cloud Strife, can be used as summons.

World of Final Fantasy is a traditional RPG with an Active Time Battle system. Players can input commands or go for a more retro-esque Final Fantasy command system during battles. There will be both random encounters and story-based battles. After collecting monsters, players can stack them on top of one another for more powerful attacks. "Stacks" can be two or three monsters high, and the monsters used determine the kind of attack and its effectiveness. For example, stacking three monsters with the Fire ability creates a Firaga spell.[2]


Normal sized battle.

World of Final Fantasy has two "worlds", one for normal-sized characters and one for miniature characters. Reynn and Lann have come from the full-sized Jiant world to the miniature Lilikin world to befriend and battle its monsters. The sizes affect stats and abilities and there will be overworld events the player can only do in a certain size.[2]


WoFF Main Characters 2

Main characters Lann and Reynn.

Playable charactersEdit

Supporting charactersEdit

Many characters from the Final Fantasy series, including spin-offs, appear in the game helping Lann and Reynn throughout their journey. However, these incarnations aren't directly from their original world, but are inhabitants of Grymoire. As a result, while several characters appear from their own series, not all of them directly meet or know each other, as they are considered individual denizens of Grymoire. A number of these characters are "Champions", and can be summoned in battle through their unique Champion Medals that are acquired throughout the story.

  • Bold - summonable "Champions"
  • Italic - Champions available through DLC
Series Character
Final Fantasy Warrior of Light[3]
Princess Sarah[4]
Final Fantasy III Refia
Final Fantasy IV Rydia
Final Fantasy V Bartz Klauser
Faris Scherwiz
Gilgamesh*As part of Bartz's Champion Medal
Enkidu*As part of Bartz's Champion Medal
Final Fantasy VI Terra Branford
Edgar Roni Figaro
Celes Chere
Final Fantasy VII Cloud Strife[3]
Tifa Lockhart*Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- attire
Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- Shelke Rui
Final Fantasy VIII Squall Leonhart
Quistis Trepe
Final Fantasy IX Vivi Ornitier
Eiko Carol
Final Fantasy X Tidus
Rikku*Final Fantasy X-2 attire
Final Fantasy XI Shantotto[5]
Final Fantasy XIII Lightning*Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII attire[3]
Snow Villiers
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Chocolatte*Chocolina's alias
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Sherlotta
Kingdom Hearts Sora[6]


Masashi Hamauzu, one of the composers of Final Fantasy X: Original Soundtrack and the composer of the Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII- Original Soundtrack and Final Fantasy XIII: Original Soundtrack, composed the music for World of Final Fantasy. The opening theme, "Innocent²", was written by Square Enix's Ryo Yamazaki, and performed by Japanese singer Aoi Mizu, also known by her stagename Mizuki. The ending theme, "World Parade", was written by Ryo Shirasawa of Noisycroak. It was sung by Kana Hanazawa, Eri Kitamura, and Ayana Taketatsu, the respective voice actresses of Kuro, Tama and the character Serafie.


When Square Enix realized very few children or the younger audience play Final Fantasy, the executive producer for Final Fantasy, Shinji Hashimoto, approached Hiroki Chiba asking what they could do to introduce the series to a younger audience. This became the game's original concept. Art designer Yasuhisa Izumisawa, who had worked on Crystal Chronicles games, created chibi (two-head length) characters that were showed to Hashimoto and Tetsuya Nomura. It was decided this could be used to potentially create a new Final Fantasy IP that would appeal to a new audience.[1]

World of Final Fantasy is an adventure experienced through the eyes of the protagonists. The team wanted to ensure that there would be scenes common with the Final Fantasy series to grab players and pull them into the narrative emotionally.[1]


WoFF Sephiroth Meteor

Sephiroth is summonable with the Day 1 Edition.

The game was released in North America, Japan and Europe on October 25th, 27th and 28th respectively. Alongside the standard edition a Day 1 Edition, a Limited Edition, and a Collector's Edition was released. The Day 1 Edition included the game, downloadable Japanese voiceover, an exclusive Sephiroth summon, and three Mirages: Red Bonnetberry, White Chocobo, and Glow Moogle. Pre-ordering this version from the PlayStation Store also gave a Cactuar Johnny mirage, a set of Crimson Armor, and a PS4 theme. The Limited Edition included the Day 1 digital content, as well as a 24-page artbook. The Collector's Edition is only available from the Square Enix Online Store and it includes the Day 1 digital content, as well as an 80 page artbook, a copy of the game's original soundtrack, a pop-up book depicting scenes from the game, and a set of three mini figures of Cloud, Squall, and Lightning.

Packaging artworkEdit

Production creditsEdit


Producer Shinji Hashimoto
Director Hiroki Chiba[7]
Character Designer Tetsuya Nomura (full-sized characters)
Yasuhisa Izumisawa (chibi characters)[2]
Music Masashi Hamauzu[8]
Theme Song Performer Mizuki[9]

Voice castEdit

Character Japanese English
Lann Sōma Saitō Josh Keaton
Reynn Sora Amamiya Amanda Leighton
Enna Kros Kana Hanazawa Cassandra Lee Morris
Tama Ayana Taketatsu Lisa Kay Jennings
Serafie Eri Kitamura Nancy Sullivan
Hauyn Maaya Uchida Eden Riegel
Masked Woman Maaya Uchida Eden Riegel
Brandelis Hidekatsu Shibata Tony Amendola
Plumed Knight Keiko Han Jennifer Hale
Knight in the Golden Mask Hideyuki Tanaka Richard Tatum
Thane of Saronia Ryō Horikawa Joe Ochman
Lusse Keiko Han Jennifer Hale
Rorrik Hideyuki Tanaka Richard Tatum
Girl Who Forgot Her Name Aya Hirano Jade Pettyjohn
Warrior of Light Toshihiko Seki Grant George
Princess Sarah Yoko Asagami Brooke Lyons
Refia Yoko Hikasa Megan Goldsmith
Rydia Noriko Shitaya Caroline Macey
Bartz Sōichirō Hoshi Jason Spisak
Faris Rie Tanaka Emily O'Brien
Gilgamesh Kazuya Nakai Keith Szarabajka
Terra Yukari Fukui Natalie Lander
Edgar Shinichirō Miki Ray Chase
Celes Hōko Kuwashima Christina Rose
Cloud Takahiro Sakurai Steve Burton
Tifa Ayumi Itō Rachael Leigh Cook
Shelke Fumiko Orikasa Kari Wahlgren
Squall Hideo Ishikawa Doug Erholtz
Quistis Miyuki Sawashiro Kristina Pesic
Vivi Ikue Ohtani Kath Soucie
Eiko Hisako Kanemoto Michaela Murphy
Tidus Masakazu Morita James Arnold Taylor
Yuna Mayuko Aoki Hedy Burress
Rikku Marika Matsumoto Tara Strong
Shantotto Megumi Hayashibara Candi Milo
Lightning Maaya Sakamoto Ali Hillis
Snow Daisuke Ono Troy Baker
Chocolatte Seiko Ueda Julie Nathanson
Sherlotta Marina Inoue Stephanie Sheh
Cid Showtaro Morikubo William Salyers
Captain of the Guard Masaya Onosaka Crispin Freeman
Cactuar Conductor Shigeru Chiba Andrew Morris
Master Tonberry Jōji Nakata Steven Barr
Moogle Sumire Morohoshi Bailey Gambertoglio
Chocochick Misaki Kuno Melissa Fahn
Mecha Chocobo Misaki Kuno Melissa Fahn
Boko Kana Hanazawa N/A
Ifrit Keiji Fujiwara Matthew Waterson
Ifreeta Yukari Tamura Tania Gunadi
Shiva Takako Honda Adrienne Wilkinson
Shivalry Mamoru Miyano JP Karliak
Ramuh Tamio Ōki William H. Bassett
Ramewl Fuka Sudo Alexandra Meyer
Leviathan Masako Ikeda Claudia Black
Bahamut Masahiro Kobayashi Fred Tatasciore
Odin Kiyoshi Kobayashi Bob Joles
Diabolos Kazuhiro Yamaji Robin Atkin Downes
Addy the Adamantoise Hiroshi Iwasaki William Knight
Quacho Queen Suzuko Mimori Ashly Burch
Quacho Maaya Uchida and Ayana Taketatsu N/A
Princess Goblin Yū Kobayashi Janell Cox
Undead Princess Hitomi Nabatame Deborah Sale Butler
Ultros Masaya Onosaka Sam Riegel



  • Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy XII, and Final Fantasy XIV are the only main game series to not have any Lilikin inhabitants in Grymoire.
  • In one episode of Captain N: The Game Master, due to not having an official name for the Final Fantasy world during the Nintendo era of the original's game release, the creator/writers of the show referred to it as the "World of Final Fantasy," named after the game. It is described as being a medieval world.
  • Tifa, Rikku and Lightning all wear the default outfits from their most recently released titles, but are the same age as they were in their original respective games.

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