Final Fantasy Dimensions Gets A Sequel

Final Fantasy Dimensions II is a follow up to the original which launched back in 2012, and at the time, wasn’t too shabby. It did, however, feature a pay to play feature that unlocked the additional story chapters after completing the initial first chapter for free.

I wasn’t sure of what Final Fantasy Dimensions exactly was at the time, but the first chapter was actually good and pulled me in, enough to pony up $30 dollars to finish the game. Square Enix did a great job with the original, and I’m all for seeing more of the Dimensions spin-off, granted it doesn’t include any microtransactions, of course.

Players join heroes Morrow and Aemo as they embark on a journey across multiple worlds in the past, present, and future. Classic turn-based battles will lead players through a nostalgic RPG experience filled with a wide cast of characters who will help shape a deep and engaging story spanning multiple worlds.

The story was developed by Takashi Tokita, a Square Enix veteran who worked on Final Fantasy IV, Chrono Trigger, and Parasite Eve, with music by Naoshi Mizuta, who previously worked on Final Fantasy XI.


Bobby has been gaming since he was old enough to walk. Since then, the interest has only grown stronger, and here we are today. Follow Bobby on Twitter, and just go with it. @bpashalidis

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