Final Fantasy VI

(NB: 2022 release is Pixel Remaster version that replaced previous versions) Long ago, the War of the Magi reduced the world to a scorched wasteland, and magic simply ceased to exist. 1000 years have passed… Iron, gunpowder, and steam engines have been rediscovered, and high technology reigns… But there are some who would enslave the world by reviving the dread destructive force known as “magic.” Can it be that those in power are on the verge of repeating a senseless and deadly mistake?

Releases
Date:
Region:Platform:Publisher:Developer:
1994-04-02
SNES
Square
Square
1994-10-11
SNES
Square
Square
1999-03-11
PSX
Square
Square
1999-09-30
PSX
Square EA
Square
2002-03-01
PSX
Sony
Square
2006-11-30
GBA
Square Enix
Square Enix
2007-02-05
GBA
Nintendo
Square Enix
2007-07-06
GBA
Nintendo
Square Enix
2014-01-15
IOS
Square Enix
Square Enix
2014-02-06
ANDROID
Square Enix
Square Enix
2015-12-16
WIN
Square Enix
Square Enix
2022-02-23
WIN
IOS
ANDROID
Square Enix
Square Enix
Reviews

Final Fantasy VI Advance Review

With less than a week until release, RPGamer takes a look at the latest Final Fantasy port. Let’s gather together to stop Kefka one more time.

Game Content

Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters Announced

The first six entries in the Final Fantasy series are coming to PC via Steam and mobile devices with the announcement of Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters. The games will release individually.

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RPG Cast – Episode 527: “Chris Should Play Nier Automata”

It’s Alice’s first appearance of the decade! Ther crew is rounded out by Alex, Anna Marie, Chris, Kelley and Peter who are back to discuss your treasured memories of the last decade, as well as the news, reviews, and releases from the last few weeks. Wasn’t there supposed to be a break from releases…?

RPG Backtrack Episode 200: An Octopus at the Opera

It was a time when relatively few RPGs crossed the Pacific, and not all of those that did were memorable. For our 200th episode, talking about the most operatic Final Fantasy on the Super Nintendo just seemed like a great idea — and it was.