Currently I'm cruising through Final Fantasy 7 with no guide; a loose cannon if you will.
What vastly important materia, weapons, or items do I not have the opportunity to go back and get if I miss it the first time?
Do the weather effects in Final Fantasy XIV: a Realm Reborn affect elemental damage, creature strengths and behavior? I recall that in Final Fantasy XII, weather played an important role in elemental damage, the spawn rate of elementals and entities, and also the behavior of specific monsters.
I recall that Final Fantasy III US SNES included multiplayer battle support, where multiple players can control specific party members during battles. Through which versions/editions of Final Fantasy VI have multiplayer battle support and how many players are supported?
Final Fantasy 13 had some trophies that required you to collect items that could be missed, and would require you to start a brand new game if you wanted to collect the item, does Final Fantasy 13-2 have any such trophies?
First, see here: (PSN - Final Fantasy Tactics) ...and here: (PSN - Final Fantasy Tactics - War of the Lions) I don't have a Sony system, but I do own an iPhone. From the App Store, I have downloaded and I am currently playing FFT-WotL. From what I can tell it's the same as the original, with a few tweaks for it to work on a touch-based device. There aren't two versions within the Apple App Store. I'm curious, what are the differences between the two PSN versions? Can someone clarify?
In Final Fantasy Dimensions, what is the name of the special skill Jinnai uses against Tobikage?
I was wondering if is it possible to use my original PSOne saved games (in particular, from Final Fantasy VII, VIII, IX and Tactics) on the digital games downloaded from the PlayStation Store. Obviously after transfering these save files via the PS3 Memory Card adapter.
I am currently playing the original Final Fantasy for the iPhone and can not remember where the Earthgift Shrine is on the over world map. I have just beaten Lich and looking to return because the statue disappeared once I beat him.
Can you fly the Blackjack freely in the overworld in Final Fantasy VI? I just finished the opera scene and it brought me to the other continent. I can't seem to be able to fly it freely like the Highwind in Final Fantasy VII. Am I missing something?
Open-ended games like this (including some previous Final Fantasy titles I believe) will adjust the level of monsters based on the characters level. Does that apply at all in Final Fantasy 13-2? If so, what are the details? Does it apply to both bosses and random monsters? Is it based on how far my characters on the crystarium, or monsters too, or something else?