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Sites submitted to this category should be message boards, chat rooms, or other means of communication. If your site is not discussion specific submit it to the Final Fantasy Series category instead of the Discussion sub-category.
This category lists sites that discuss games in the Final Fantasy series.
Sites that contain only information should be submitted to this category. If your site contains music, images, movies, etc, then submit your site to the Final Fantasy Series category instead of the Strategy, Codes, and Information sub-category.

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This category is for sites containing walkthroughs, FAQs, item lists, strategies, equipment lists, codes, hints, and information.
Listing of clans and guilds.
Pages relating to the Final Fantasy series produced by individuals/fans should be submitted to the appropriate alpha sub-category listed by the site name.
Pages relating to the Final Fantasy series produced by individuals/fans should be submitted to the appropriate alpha sub-category listed by the site name.
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Fan Works include such things as fan art and fan fiction. Fan works in this category are based on games or events from the Final Fantasy series.
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy is a roleplaying game produced by Squaresoft.

Quite literally representing the "final fantasy" of its creator Hironobu Sakaguchi and the once ailing Square Co., LTD, Final Fantasy was first released on the Famicom in 1987. The game's success preserved the company from oblivion and marked the beginning of what became Square's primary franchise.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy 12/18/1987 Japan Famicom
Final Fantasy 7/13/1990 North America NES
Final Fantasy 12/9/2000 Japan WonderSwan Color

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The PAL version of Final Fantasy Anthology, released in Europe and Australia in May of 2002, differs from the North American version and instead contains Final Fantasy IV (previously released as Final Fantasy II outside of Japan) and Final Fantasy V.
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Final Fantasy Anthology was released on the Sony PlayStation in the fall of 1999 in North America and contains Final Fantasy V (previously unreleased outside of Japan) and Final Fantasy VI (previously released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) as Final Fantasy III outside of Japan). The re-released versions contains new FMV sequences and a slightly changed translation for Final Fantasy VI.

Final Fantasy Anthology was released as Final Fantasy Collection in Japan during March of 1999 and included Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI.

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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy Chronicles can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy Chronicles, released for the Sony PlayStation in North America during June of 2001, is a re-release of Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger.

It is produced by Squaresoft.

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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is a console role-playing game released for the Nintendo GameCube in 2003. It is produced by Squaresoft.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Spring 2003 Japan GameCube
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Fall 2003 North America GameCube

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The Japanase Final Fantasy II was released in December of 1988 for the Famicom in Japan only and has never seen a release outside of Japan for any platform. In May of 2001 the game was rereleased for Bandai's WonderSwan Color. It is produced by Squaresoft.

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A console role-playing game produced by Squaresoft, Final Fantasy II (known as Final Fantasy IV in Japan) was originally released for the Super Famicom in 1991.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy IV 3/?/1991 Japan Super Famicom
Final Fantasy IV Easytype 10/29/1991 Japan Super Famicom
Final Fantasy II 11/?/1991 North America SNES
Final Fantasy IV 3/21/1997 Japan PlayStation
Final Fantasy IV 3/28/2002 Japan WonderSwan Color

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Final Fantasy IX is a role-playing game for the Sony PlayStation released in 2000 in Japan and America, and in 2001 in Europe. It was made by Squaresoft.
The story begins on the Mist Continent in the Kingdom of Alexandria. The puckish Zidane, a member of a rogue group and theater troupe called Tantalus, reviews the group's plan to capture Princess Garnet Til Alexandros XVII from an upcoming festival. Meanwhile, the young black mage, Vivi, wants to see a popular romance play (I Want To Be Your Canary), but his ticket turns out to be a fake. With some help from street rat Puck (who's literally a rat), he sneaks into the show. During the performance, Zidane and company attempt to make off with Garnet, rousing the ire of royal bodyguard Adelbert Steiner. Steiner tries to protect Garnet from Zidane's kidnapping and womanising ways, but to no avail. That's because Garnet actually wants to be kidnapped. After all, her mother, the once-peaceful Queen Brahne, has been attacking neighbouring kingdoms with her army of black mages. Perhaps the answers Garnet seeks lie outside the walls of Alexandria...
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy Legend can be submitted to this category.

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Final Fantasy Legend is a series of role-playing games for the Nintendo GameBoy system released in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It is produced by Squaresoft.
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy Mystic Quest can be submitted to this category.

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Final Fantasy Mystic Quest is a role-playing game for the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) and the PC released in the US in 1992. It is produced by Squaresoft. A young boy is beseiged by monsters, but a mysterious floating man helps him defend himself. This young boy, Benjamin, then departs on a quest that will bring him close friends and mortal enemies. He will face challenge after challenge before coming face to face with the ultimate evil!
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy Origins can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy Origins is a console role-playing game originally released for the Sony PlayStation in 2003. It is produced by Squaresoft It is a re-release of the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II brought for the first time to North America on the PlayStation.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy 1990 North America PlayStation
Final Fantasy II 1991 North America SNES

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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy Tactics can be submitted to this category.

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Final Fantasy Tactics is a strategy game for the Sony PlayStation released in Japan in 1997 and the US in 1998. It is produced by Squaresoft and published by SCEA. A warrior takes sword in hand, clasping a gem to his heart. Engraving vanishing memories into the sword. He places finely honed skills into stone. Spoken by the sword, handed down by the stone - now the story can be told. The Zodiac Brave story.
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy V can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy V is a console role-playing game originally produced for the Super Famicom in Japan in 1992 by Squaresoft.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy V 12/6/1992 Japan Super Famicom
Final Fantasy V 3/19/1998 Japan PlayStation
Final Fantasy V (Part of Final Fantasy Collection) 3/11/1999 Japan PlayStation
Final Fantasy V (Part of Final Fantasy Anthology) 10/5/1999 US PlayStation
Final Fantasy V (Part of Final Fantasy Anthology PAL) 5/17/2002 Europe PlayStation

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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy III US or Final Fantasy VI can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy III was released on the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) by Squaresoft in North America. This was the third installment of the series for North American gamers and the sixth for Japanese. Known as Final Fantasy VI in Japan, it was renamed to suit the North American audience who had only seen three Final Fantasy on the SNES. The original Final Fantasy III was released in Japan only in 1990 on the Famicom system.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy VI 4/2/1994 Japan Super Famicom
Final Fantasy III 10/?/1994 North America SNES
Final Fantasy VI 3/11/1999 Japan PlayStation
Final Fantasy VI 3/1/2002 Europe PlayStation

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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy VIII can be submitted to this category.

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Final Fantasy VIII is a roleplaying game for the Sony Playstation (and PC) originally released in September 1999 by Squaresoft.

Release History
Title Released Region Platform
Final Fantasy VIII 2/11/1999 Japan PlayStation
Final Fantasy VIII 9/7/1999 North America PlayStation
Final Fantasy VIII 1/26/2000 North America PC
Final Fantasy VIII (Platinum) 9/29/2000 Europe PlayStation

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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy VII can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

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Final Fantasy VII is a role-playing video game developed by Square (now Square Enix) and published by Sony Computer Entertainment as the seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series. It has since expanded into several more games, including Crisis Core and Dirge of Cerberus, as well as the movie Advent Children.

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All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy XI gameplay can be submitted to this category. This includes (but is not limited to) sites containing mission or quest information, guild information, maps, and clocks.


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Final Fantasy XI is a cross-platform MMORPG (massively multi-player online role-playing game) for the Sony PlayStation 2 and Windows-based PCs released in 2002 in both the United States and Japan, with a 2004 European release. It is produced by SquareEnix.
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  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy XIII can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

    1. Character information, MIDI files, image gallery, enemies, item lists and message board.

    2. Story, map, walkthrough and images.

    3. Walkthrough, world map, equipment lists, enemies, item list, side quests, forum and chat room.

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Final Fantasy XIII is a console role-playing game currently in planning by Squaresoft.
Please only submit websites here which are exclusively about the game Final Fantasy XIV. Websites about Final Fantasy games in general or which are about a variety of different games should be submitted to a higher level category.
Final Fantasy XIV is a Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Game developed and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation 3.
Following these guidelines will allow us to add your site to the directory as quickly as possible.

  • Submit your site using your main url.
  • Use your site''s actual title.
  • Create a brief description, under 25 words, listing the current content of your site (not the future content)
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  • Your description should look like the ones in the rest of the category. If they don''t you did something wrong and you need to fix it.

  • All sites dealing primarily with Final Fantasy X can be submitted to this category. Description Examples:

    1. Character information, MIDI files, image gallery, enemies, items, blitzball and message board.

    2. Character profiles, weapons, map, walkthrough and images.

    3. Character profiles, walkthrough, item list, side quests, forum and chat room.

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Final Fantasy X is a role-playing game for the Sony PlayStation 2 released in 2001. It is produced by Squaresoft. The story of Zanarkand begins with Tidus signing autographs before a Blitzball game. Tidus, like his father before him, play for the Zanarkand team. During the Blitzball match, a terrible thing happens that puts the city of Zanarkand into destruction. Tidus suddenly finds himself thrown outside the arena running from an unknown beast. His first encounter with another is his father's friend Auron. Auron throws Tidus a sword so both can fight their way to safety. Ultimately Tidus and Auron are separated with Tidus being thrown into a whirlwind vortex. Tidus then lands onto a mysterious boat with people who speak a language he cannot understand. These are the Al Bhed, a race that speaks a foreign tongue which Square has used in the game as a side-quest of sorts. As you progress through FFX, you will be able to learn their language by finding translation books. Confused, tired and a bit scared, Tidus can't understand a word the Al Bhed are saying, except for Rikku, an Al Bhed girl who speaks English. She tells him about the Al Bhed and ultimately that his Zanarkand was destroyed a 1000 years ago by Sin. Now the plot has been set with Tidus in a mysterious land 1000 years into the future with a nemesis named Sin as the protagonist.
Sites submitted to this category should have music, sounds, images, movies, and other things such as these. If they are not multimedia specific then they should be submitted to the Final Fantasy Series category instead of the Multimedia sub-category.

Claiming to have anything in the description that your site does not have may result in your site not being listed.

This category lists sites which contain multimedia content such as: sound files, animated GIFs, movies (streaming and/or downloads) and desktop downloads.
Reviews and previews with scores and screen shots by professionals or consumers that focus on the entire Final Fantasy series should be submitted to this category.

If the review/preview is for a specific game, it should be submitted to that games own Reviews and Previews sub-category.

Descriptive and evaluative previews and reviews of the series by consumers or professionals.
Sites submitted to this category should be either webrings or sites that contain only links. If your site does not contain these items then submit it to the Final Fantasy Series category instead of the Web Rings sub-category.
This category lists webrings dedicated to Final Fantasy.
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