Final Fantasy IV: The After Years for iOS – TGS 2013 Hands-on Preview

By Janelle | September 23, 2013 at 11:44 am

Square Enix is re-releasing Final Fantasy IV: The After Years on iOS. It’s a remake of a cellphone game that was ported to consoles, and now it’s coming back to its mobile roots. But phones have acquired touchscreens since The After Years was first developed. I took a spin with the TGS demo on an iPad to see how the game fared on a tablet.
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Everyone still Final Fantasy IV’s bitch

By Heath | April 3, 2011 at 4:59 am

Final Fantasy IV, originally released on the Super Nintendo, then ported with a dash of load times to the PSX, given a fresh translation and slight visual tweak on Game Boy Advance, then treated to a full overhaul with cinemas and voices and crap like that on Nintendo DS.  Later, a sequel called The After Years was released on Japanese cellphones which made its way to worldwide Wiiware (respect the w).   Now, the After Years has been essentially combined with the GBA version of the game (it’s not exactly the same, don’t jump me for not sitting here detailing the small differences.  It’s close), with an extra bit of content linking the two, and released for PSP.  This umpteenth release of the game is also dominating sales charts right now.
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New Final Fantasy IV Compilation screens, scans

By Heath | January 4, 2011 at 3:05 am

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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years comes to Japanese Wiiware

By Heath | July 11, 2009 at 6:20 am

Formerly only available on Japanese cell phones, the first part of Final Fantasy IV: The After Years was recently released to the North American audience as a Wii download. What goes around comes around, and on July 21, the game will be released for Japanese Wii gamers as well. Scans:
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Square Enix Tokyo Game Show lineup (mostly) revealed

By Heath | September 8, 2008 at 5:07 am

The RPG developer we all love and hate has unveiled what will be shown at next month’s Tokyo Game Show.
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