Final Fantasy V Arrives on iTunes Today

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

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Final Fantasy V

Square Enix’s  mobile revolution continues with a re-release of another Final Fantasy game. As of today you can now find Final Fantasy V on the iTunes store for $15.99.

This iOS port will include all the new content found in the 2007 Game Boy Advance port Final Fantasy V Advance. That includes the four new jobs, a.k.a. classes, Gladiator, Cannoneer, Necromancer, and Oracle. It will also include the optional dungeon The Sealed Temple that only opens up after beating the final boss. At the end of that dungeon, you will find the also optional boss Enuo. Square Enix likes to point out that Tesuya Nomura designed Enuo, which is a rather fitting pairing given how Nomura was the monster designer of the original Final Fantasy V.

They have also announced that Chaos Rings, previously available for the iOS and Android platform, is available for Windows Phone as of today. This game has price tag of $9.99, a dollar more than its direct counterparts on iOS and Android.

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