Basically every Final Fantasy game is on sale on Switch, with a few at their lowest prices ever

Final Fantasy VII is $7.99

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Square Enix is holding a Switch sale in these tough times, where every publisher is competing for eyes who are staying indoors and playing tons of games. Thankfully these should keep you busy for a while.

The sale is for none other than the famous Final Fantasy franchise, and is currently running now on Switch, with an end date of March 30 (hey, just like the WayForward sale). Final Fantasy VII, VIII Remastered, IX, X/X-2 and XII are on sale, as well as World of Final Fantasy Maxima, and XV Pocket Edition HD.

While there’s plenty of literature out there discussing the merits of each mainline numbered game, don’t sleep on World of Final Fantasy, much less the extended Maxima edition that this sale entails. It’s more than just a cute homage to the series: it’s a JRPG in its own right with a few unique twists.

You can find the full sale info below!

Final Fantasy [Deku Deals]

Switch Final Fantasy sale – March 2020

Final Fantasy VII – $7.99

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered – $11.99

Final Fantasy IX – $10.49

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster – $24.99

Final Fantasy XII The Zodiac Age – $24.99

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD – $14.99

World of Final Fantasy Maxima – $19.99


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