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The Most Obscure Final Fantasy Game Is Actually An Anime Adaptation

Though is the most high-profile Japanese RPG series in the West, there are many obscure games bearing the name outside the prolific numbered mainline entries and remakes, but the most niche game is an adaptation of an anime series. Sub-franchises like and the fighting action of are certainly not as well-known as the series. A plethora of mobile games have come and gone, and at least three are concurrently up and running, including, but the PC game still stands as the most obscure.

Some early obscure games bearing the name were not actually games in Japan. The games were the original series titles in Japan, and was the first game in the series.

The history of obscure spin-offs to the series dates back to the Super Nintendo era. There are differing opinions on the best and worst games, but niche titles like rarely enter the discussion since few have heard of them. was released in North America before Japan, and it was a simple RPG aimed at introducing beginners to the genre which was relatively unpopular in the West at the time. The massive popularity of the original PlayStation’s marked the start of frequent, numerous spinoff titles bearing the name.

I started playing Final Fantasy games 20 years late, but with what is considered one of the worst entries in the series – now, I have an FF tattoo.

The PlayStation saw, a roguelike, and, essentially -style gameplay with the series’ iconic big yellow bird (the Switch-exclusive offered a sequel over 20 years later). The spin-offs continued, and by the PlayStation 2 era, side games outnumbered the mainline entries in the series. In 2001, a film and an anime series were both released that bore the name that were unrelated to any specific video game in the series. Where the 1990s anime Legend of the Crystals took place in ’s world, the theatrical film and the anime featured original settings and stories.

was a box office bomb with a mixed critical reception, but more fans of the series at least recall that the movie

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