Square Enix released Mobius Final Fantasy onto Steam back in October of 2016 for Japanese gamers. It’s only available in Japanese, but starting February 6th English speaking Westerners will be able to play the game with localized English text.
According to Gaming Conviction, the PC version of the game features 60 frames per second and 120 frames per second options. The game also supports 4K resolutions for those of you with ultra HD monitors. The brief news post also mentions that on February 7th Square will have a special collaboration made available between Mobius Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy VII. Gamers who pick up the PC version of Mobius Final Fantasy will be able to see Cloud, the Guard Scorpion and the Mako Recator make their debut in the JRPG.
The game originally came out on smartphones and mobile devices over in Japan. The title eventually made its way to PC, featuring more refined controls and the same kind of combat system that was available on the phone version.
Graphically the game doesn’t look that bad to be a mobile title, but those looks briefly came at a cost. The original main character of Mobius Final Fantasy once had a sexy-time outfit. The outfit was deemed too risque, and so Square ended up putting him on some more clothes.
The game has managed to entice a small audience on Steam, but there are a lot of mixed reviews due to the cash shop and some complaints that they feel the game is like Final Fantasy Mystic Quest 2. There are also some complained about the tutorial and the fact that the game relies a lot on the card system, but a lot of gamers still enjoy the game’s graphics and gameplay.
You can play test it for yourself as a free-to-play title on February 6th.
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