PR: Your Favorite Eidolons Are Back in Final Fantasy Explorers

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One of the things that makes Final Fantasy so well-known and special is its Eidolon summon creatures, sometimes called Espers in certain entries. In Final Fantasy Explorers you’ll have the chance to take them on Monster Hunter-style with your friends. Once you beat them, you’ll get the ability to use them yourself and really dish out the damage. And for players looking for a challenge, once you beat the main game you’ll get a chance to take them on again in a significantly harder form. New Eidolons¬†Amaterasu and Dryad join the roster, giving veteran Final Fantasy players something new to test their blades and magic against.

Final Fantasy Explorers | Eidolon Infographic

Final Fantasy Explorers is coming out on January 26 in North America for the Nintendo 3DS. If you’d like to pre-order the game and support Operation Rainfall, you can use our Amazon link below.

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