Square Enix stealth-dropped the first two Final Fantasy games, Final Fantasy 1 and Final Fantasy 2, onto the App Store earlier Thursday morning at a less-than-thrifty $8.99 price point. Both are looking as good as the more recent ports, but we're not too sure how the translation to touchscreen fares. We still haven't put our fingers on these mini versions of the classic RPGs.
So we'll crowd source for the moment. Is battle navigation as difficult as one would assume? Can you play the game in a house? Or in a box? What about with a fox or next to some creepy guy who is breathing entirely too heavily for having been on the bus for the last ten minutes?
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