History Franchise / FinalFantasy

15th Oct '17 9:05:12 PM Chocoroll
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** The "Prelude"[[note]]informally known the "Crystal Theme"[[/note]] appears in one form or another in every mainline game from the very first entry onward, frequently on the title screen or an intro beforehand.

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** The "Prelude"[[note]]informally known as the "Crystal Theme"[[/note]] appears in one form or another in every mainline game from the very first entry onward, frequently on the title screen or an intro beforehand.
15th Oct '17 9:03:37 PM Chocoroll
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** The [[ThemeTune Final Fantasy theme]][[note]]informally known the "crystal theme"[[/note]]. The song is unusual in that it usually plays over the opening and/or closing credits, and sometimes not at all. Employed as a connecting thread between games, it's considered to be the theme song of the ''Final Fantasy'' as a whole; these days, however, it takes a backseat to original pieces of music, and only pops up during the credits because fans expect it to.

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** The [[ThemeTune Final Fantasy theme]][[note]]informally known the "crystal theme"[[/note]].theme]]. The song is unusual in that it usually plays over the opening and/or closing credits, and sometimes not at all. Employed as a connecting thread between games, it's considered to be the theme song of the ''Final Fantasy'' as a whole; these days, however, it takes a backseat to original pieces of music, and only pops up during the credits because fans expect it to.



** The "Prelude" appears in one form or another in every mainline game from the very first entry onward, frequently on the title screen or an intro beforehand.

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** The "Prelude" "Prelude"[[note]]informally known the "Crystal Theme"[[/note]] appears in one form or another in every mainline game from the very first entry onward, frequently on the title screen or an intro beforehand.
8th Oct '17 9:31:10 PM lilysakura220
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** ''Final Fantasy XV: Monster Of The Deep'': A PSVR fishing game where the player goes on a fishing trip with Noctis and his companions.

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** ''Final Fantasy XV: Monster Of The Deep'': A PSVR fishing game where in which the player goes on a fishing trip with Noctis and his companions.
8th Oct '17 9:29:51 PM lilysakura220
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** ''Final Fantasy XV: Monster Of The Deep'': A PSVR fishing game

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** ''Final Fantasy XV: Monster Of The Deep'': A PSVR fishing game
game where the player goes on a fishing trip with Noctis and his companions.
23rd Sep '17 9:34:00 AM nombretomado
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This series was also one of the first Japanese games made by someone other than [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]] or Creator/{{Nintendo}} to reach US shores and see a successful market. Later Japanese games would [[FollowTheLeader see this potential and come onto the scene]]. One equally popular series that saw this potential would eventually be ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'', Enix's flagship franchise. The other is ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'', {{Atlus}}' flagship franchise. Before the Square Enix merger, these franchises had been competing against each other since the NES days; currently, SMT and ''Final Fantasy'' are direct competitors in both markets, while ''Dragon Quest'' has taken a much quieter role outside of Japan, despite remaining king in its home country.

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This series was also one of the first Japanese games made by someone other than [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]] or Creator/{{Nintendo}} to reach US shores and see a successful market. Later Japanese games would [[FollowTheLeader see this potential and come onto the scene]]. One equally popular series that saw this potential would eventually be ''VideoGame/DragonQuest'', Enix's flagship franchise. The other is ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'', {{Atlus}}' Creator/{{Atlus}}' flagship franchise. Before the Square Enix merger, these franchises had been competing against each other since the NES days; currently, SMT and ''Final Fantasy'' are direct competitors in both markets, while ''Dragon Quest'' has taken a much quieter role outside of Japan, despite remaining king in its home country.
22nd Sep '17 5:37:06 AM ErikModi
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Added DiffLines:

* BuxomIsBetter: Most games have one female character who is noticeably chestier than the others. It was first made obvious with the improved graphics of Final Fantasy VII, where [[BoobsOfSteel Tifa]] is much curvier than Aerith or Yuffie. [[DarkMagicianGirl Lulu]] of Final Fantasy X is also much more endowed than Yuna or Rikku (and shows it off by bending over deeply in her victory animation), while [[EvilIsSexy LeBlanc]] takes over in X-2 (and Lulu makes a cameo appearance). In art, [[ShesAllGrownUp Rydia]] of Final Fantasy IV is depicted as chestier than Rosa after the former's PlotRelevantAgeUp.
31st Aug '17 10:22:49 AM simonscot
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** Released on [=PS2=] and later on [=PS4=].

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** Released on [=PS2=] and later on [=PS4=].
31st Aug '17 10:22:26 AM simonscot
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** Released on [=PS2=], PC and Xbox 360 and is planed for release on mobile.

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** Released on [=PS2=], PC and Xbox 360 and is planed planned for release on mobile.



** Released on [=PS2=] and is set for release on [=PS4=].

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** Released on [=PS2=] and is set for release later on [=PS4=].
22nd Aug '17 3:29:04 PM urutapu
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' (2016): WarriorPrince Noctis Lucis Caelum goes on a {{road trip|Plot}} with his buddies to marry his fiancee and retrieve his kingdom's stolen PowerCrystal from invaders. The game is notable for completely abandoning turn-based combat for action RPG gameplay, along with a WesternRPG-style WideOpenSandbox. The setting itself, Eos, is also significantly different from predecessors: branding itself as a "fantasy based on reality", ''XV'' has the most "realistic" setting of the main series, resembling a mid/late-20th century earth with PhysicalGods, {{Magitek}}, and no internet (and ProductPlacement).

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' (2016): WarriorPrince Noctis Lucis Caelum goes on a {{road trip|Plot}} with his buddies to marry his fiancee and retrieve his kingdom's stolen PowerCrystal from invaders. The game is notable for completely abandoning turn-based combat for action RPG gameplay, along with a WesternRPG-style WideOpenSandbox. The setting itself, Eos, is also significantly different from predecessors: branding itself as a "fantasy based on reality", ''XV'' has the most "realistic" setting of the main series, resembling a mid/late-20th century earth with PhysicalGods, {{Magitek}}, PhysicalGods and no internet limited {{Magitek}} (and ProductPlacement).
1st Aug '17 10:46:04 AM Rytex
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** Sometimes, Holy is shown as beams of light falling from the sky.



** Bards being referred to as [[{{Woolseyism}} spoony]].

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** Bards being referred to as [[{{Woolseyism}} spoony]].spoony]], referring to the infamous line from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV''.[[note]]To the point where it's never been removed from any English translation of the game during a remake[[/note]]



* SavingTheWorld: What you will end up doing in several ''Final Fantasy'' games. Sometimes with the rest of the universe.

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* SavingTheWorld: What you will end up doing in several ''Final Fantasy'' games. Sometimes with the rest of the universe. ''XII'' bucked this trend, in that Ivalice as a whole is in no danger (outside of the potential collateral damage of a world war), but the main plot involves getting [[ArcWords the reins of history back into the hands of man]] after centuries of the Occuria controlling things.



* SideQuest: Loads of them. For the first few games, they weren't more than "Go here, fight this guy, come back," but starting with ''IV'', they really becaming deeper and grew to become a staple of the series. Reached its logical conclusion in ''XII'', where doing every sidequest can take longer than doing the main story itself.

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* SideQuest: Loads of them. For the first few games, they weren't more than "Go here, fight this guy, come back," but starting with ''IV'', they really becaming became deeper and grew to become a staple of the series. Reached its logical conclusion in ''XII'', where doing every sidequest can take longer than doing the main story itself.



* UpdatedRerelease: Especially since the new millennium, the first six games of the series have gradually been re-released over time, each time with new features, usually new dungeons and some enhancements to gameplay, occasionally updated graphics, and bonus content like art galleries and bestiaries. ''I'', ''II'', and ''IV'' were remade for the [=WonderSwan Color=]. Five of the six[[note]]''III'' being the odd one out after their [=WonderSwan Color=] remake plans fell through, until the DS remake[[/note]] came to the [=PlayStation=] (these versions later came to UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork), and then got remade for the Gameboy Advance. With more specific improvements, ''I'', ''II'' and ''IV'' were released for PSP with enhanced 2D graphics, ''III'' has been released in 3D for the DS, PSP, smartphones (and Ouya), and Steam, ''IV'' in 3D for the DS and smartphones, and ''V'' and ''VI'' have been released for smartphones with enhanced 2D graphics. To date, the only main games in the series, barring the MMORPGS, which isn't scheduled to receive this treatment are VIII and XIII[[note]]Both games are on Steam, but are almost completely unchanged from their original releases[[/note]].

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* UpdatedRerelease: Especially since the new millennium, the first six games of the series have gradually been re-released over time, each time with new features, usually new dungeons and some enhancements to gameplay, occasionally updated graphics, and bonus content like art galleries and bestiaries. ''I'', ''II'', and ''IV'' were remade for the [=WonderSwan Color=]. Five of the six[[note]]''III'' being the odd one out after their [=WonderSwan Color=] remake plans fell through, until the DS remake[[/note]] came to the [=PlayStation=] (these versions later came to UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork), and then got remade for the Gameboy Advance. With more specific improvements, ''I'', ''II'' and ''IV'' were released for PSP with enhanced 2D graphics, ''III'' has been released in 3D for the DS, PSP, smartphones (and Ouya), and Steam, ''IV'' in 3D for the DS and smartphones, and ''V'' and ''VI'' have been released for smartphones with enhanced 2D graphics. To date, the only main games in the series, barring the MMORPGS, which isn't aren't scheduled to receive this treatment are VIII and XIII[[note]]Both games are on Steam, but are almost completely unchanged from their original releases[[/note]].



* TheWarJustBefore: ''XII'' opens with an elaborate ArrangedMarriage intended to end the war between Dalmasca and Nabradia (and seal their alliance against Archadia). Unfortunately, Archadian soldiers kill the husband soon after, and his wife swears vengeance on the country. Cue plot.

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* TheWarJustBefore: ''XII'' opens with an elaborate ArrangedMarriage intended to end the war between Dalmasca and merger Nabradia (and seal and Dalmasca, sealing their alliance against Archadia).Archadia should the Empire push westward in its rapid expansion. Unfortunately, Archadian soldiers kill the husband soon after, and his wife swears vengeance on the country. Cue plot.



** ''XII'' cuts down on travel by allowing you to warp to previously-visited save crystals.

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** ''XII'' cuts down on travel by allowing you to warp to previously-visited save crystals. Teleport Crystals.



* YourMimeMakesItReal: The Mime class has this as its power. Apparently, they mime any action last performed by an ally or enemy, and it becomes a real repeating of this action.

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* YourMimeMakesItReal: The Mime class has this as its power. Apparently, they mime any action last performed by an ally or enemy, and it becomes a real repeating of this action. action, sometimes without even enacting any cost of said action.
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