History VideoGame / FinalFantasyAllTheBravest

14th Oct '16 4:51:14 PM nombretomado
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* EnforcedPlug: The game actually forces you to promote it on FaceBook or {{Twitter}} if you want a full party of 40.

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* EnforcedPlug: The game actually forces you to promote it on FaceBook Website/{{Facebook}} or {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} if you want a full party of 40.
6th Jul '16 10:38:39 PM Discar
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* OutsideContextVillain: Going by the introduction, the entire army of evil is this. The heroes in this game are just a bunch of random characters that band together to stop them.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: Going by the introduction, the entire army of evil is this. The heroes in this game are just a bunch of random characters that band together to stop them.
7th Dec '15 1:17:30 PM HighCrate
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* MascotMook: Cactuars.

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* %%* MascotMook: Cactuars.



* MightyGlacier: Pretty much every boss until you've become sufficiently leveled.

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* %%* MightyGlacier: Pretty much every boss until you've become sufficiently leveled.



* MonsterModesty: Barbariccia.
* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: Malboros and Typhon.

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* %%* MonsterModesty: Barbariccia.
* %%* MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily: Malboros and Typhon.



* NiceHat: The mages retain their usual costumes.

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* %%* NiceHat: The mages retain their usual costumes.
15th Sep '15 2:57:50 PM HighCrate
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* FragileSpeedster: Thieves and ninjas.
* GlassCannon: The Onion Knights.

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* %%* FragileSpeedster: Thieves and ninjas.
* %%* GlassCannon: The Onion Knights.
6th Dec '14 1:50:44 PM potatohawk
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Originally released on January 17th, 2013, ''Final Fantasy: All The Bravest'' is a gaiden game in the [[RunningGag wallet-munchingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. A 2D RPG for the iOS, the game depicts a solar eclipse occurring, somehow causing the individual worlds of the series multiverse to come together. With the usual named heroes vanished for some reason, it's up to an assortment of nameless warriors to take up arms against the attacking monsters and revived villains. The player commands a party of up to forty party members, consisting of recurring jobs from across the series, as they travel through iconic locations battling a variety of enemies from numerous games including many main villains.

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Originally released on January 17th, 2013, ''Final Fantasy: All The Bravest'' is a gaiden game in the [[RunningGag wallet-munchingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. A 2D RPG for the iOS, iOS and Android, the game depicts a solar eclipse occurring, somehow causing the individual worlds of the series multiverse to come together. With the usual named heroes vanished for some reason, it's up to an assortment of nameless warriors to take up arms against the attacking monsters and revived villains. The player commands a party of up to forty party members, consisting of recurring jobs from across the series, as they travel through iconic locations battling a variety of enemies from numerous games including many main villains.
15th May '14 10:01:26 AM PaladinPhoenix
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* FourIsDeath: The Black Knights from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyII'' return. They're much easier to beat this time.

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* FourIsDeath: The Black Knights from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyII'' return. They're much easier to beat this time.time, though that may be because you now outnumber them 5 to 1.
15th May '14 10:00:01 AM PaladinPhoenix
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* DownloadableContent: Additional heroes and three extra maps based on VII, X, and XIII.

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* DownloadableContent: Additional heroes and three extra maps based on VII, X, and XIII. The total cost for all the DLC is $50. The game itself costs $3.
15th May '14 9:57:55 AM PaladinPhoenix
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* {{BFS}}: Cloud has his iconic sword, in sprite form.

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* {{BFS}}: Cloud has his iconic sword, in sprite form. Knights, Magic Knights and a few other classes also use very large swords.
15th May '14 9:54:52 AM PaladinPhoenix
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Originally released on January 17th, 2013, ''Final Fantasy: All The Bravest'' is a gaiden game in the [[RunningGag wallet-munchingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. A 2D RPG for the iOS, the game depicts a solar eclipse occurring, somehow causing the individual worlds of the series multiverse to come together. With the usual named heroes vanished for some reason, it's up to an assortment of nameless warriors to take up arms against the attacking monsters and revived villains. The player commands a party of up to twenty party members, consisting of recurring jobs from across the series, as they travel through iconic locations battling a variety of enemies from numerous games including many main villains.

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Originally released on January 17th, 2013, ''Final Fantasy: All The Bravest'' is a gaiden game in the [[RunningGag wallet-munchingly popular]] ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series. A 2D RPG for the iOS, the game depicts a solar eclipse occurring, somehow causing the individual worlds of the series multiverse to come together. With the usual named heroes vanished for some reason, it's up to an assortment of nameless warriors to take up arms against the attacking monsters and revived villains. The player commands a party of up to twenty forty party members, consisting of recurring jobs from across the series, as they travel through iconic locations battling a variety of enemies from numerous games including many main villains.
15th Feb '14 1:11:39 PM OldManHoOh
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-->''"''Final Fantasy: All the Bravest'' Stands As an Insulting Excuse for a Game"''
-->--[[http://www.1up.com/do/blogEntry?bId=9117494 1Up.com's]] title for their review of the game.



While the game may sound awesome, the product is decidedly not. Due to a large amount of DLC (adding up to almost $50 to unlock it all), simple and limited gameplay, and virtually no story or character customization, the game's claim to infamy is that fans and critics alike despise it -- the above quote is pretty much the universal response. While the game uses heavy doses of nostalgia to win over fans, its design and overemphasis on downloadable extras has earned their ire instead.

Eventually became free to download instead of costing 3.99 up front, ''slightly'' reducing the complaints about monetization.



* BribingYourWayToVictory: You can buy frenzies and ressurections to beat a troublesome fight. A lot of fan ire comes from the fact that most boss fights are tuned to more or less require this.

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* BribingYourWayToVictory: You can buy frenzies and ressurections to beat a troublesome fight. A lot of fan ire comes from the fact that most boss fights are tuned to more or less require this.



* FiveManBand: Many of the traditional ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' parties can be formed. There's enough job variety to make it a ''Twenty Five'' Man Band.



* {{Microtransactions}}: One of the biggest complaints about this game is the ridiculous amount of DLC and relatively shallow campaign. If you run out of hourglasses and don't want quit or to wait an hour and a half for your army to auto revive, you'll have to spend another 99 cents. If you want a famous ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' hero in your party, you'll have to pay an additional .99 cents. Also, the game chooses randomly out of 35 characters, thus forcing you to try again with ''another'' .99 cents if you didn't get the one you wanted. The DLC campaigns in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgard]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX Zanarkand]], and the [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII Archylte Steppe]] are all 3.99 ''apiece'', the price of the app itself!

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* {{Microtransactions}}: One of the biggest complaints about this game is the ridiculous amount of DLC and relatively shallow campaign. If you run out of hourglasses and don't want quit or to wait an hour and a half for your army to auto revive, you'll have to spend another 99 cents. If you want a famous ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' hero in your party, you'll have to pay an additional .additional 99 cents. Also, the game chooses randomly out of 35 characters, thus forcing you to try again with ''another'' .''another'' 99 cents if you didn't get the one you wanted. The DLC campaigns in [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII Midgard]], [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX Zanarkand]], and the [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII Archylte Steppe]] are all 3.99 ''apiece'', the price of the app itself!wanted.



* RevisitingTheRoots: Square Enix attempted to present this game as this, considering all the shoutouts and references. Upon seeing all the DLC, fans had other ideas.

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* RevisitingTheRoots: Square Enix attempted to present this game as this, considering all the shoutouts and references. Upon seeing all the DLC, fans had other ideas.



* SeriesMascot: Chocobos, though pretty much all the Premium DLC character are a mascots in their own rights.

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* SeriesMascot: Chocobos, though pretty much all the Premium DLC character are a mascots in their own rights.Chocobos.
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