Final Fantasy Explorers

Final Fantasy Explorers
Final Fantasy Explorers is an original Final Fantasy game developed exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS and features job-system based combat against classic monsters and summons from the Final Fantasy series. The game is set on Amostra, an island whose abundant crystals have attracted many explorers. The protagonists of the story are explorers from the town of LIbertas, who set out hunting the world for crystals, which are the source of life and civilization for the world. The crystals are, however, guarded by fearsome beasts that must be defeated so that the Explorers may obtain the crystals.

The player’s 4-member party may be filled with other human players for a multplayer experience. The player can traverse the island of Amostra freely and have defeated monsters join the party, making it possible to have two players and two monsters in a party at a time. As opposed to traditional Final Fantasy games, the gameplay of Final Fantasy Explorers is more in line with the Monster Hunter series of games. The game also brings back classic Final Fantasy summons such as Ifrit and Bahamut, who may be defeated in battle.

Similar to some classic Final Fantasy games, however, the player can choose jobs for their 4-member parties, which must be used efficiently to bring down enemies. Examples of jobs include the Knight, Monk, White Mage, Black Mage and the Samurai. The game features over five hundred unique pieces of equipment that can be created from material found in the field of in combat. Players are given eight skills that may be used in battle: players can learn these skills by choosing certain jobs. Once the job is mastered, players can use the skill from that mastered job while having a different job. These skills can be assigned to various buttons for quick access. A special “Trance” system allows players to transform their characters into characters from classic Final Fantasy games, such as Cloud Strife and Tifa Lockhart from Final Fantasy VII, Cecil Harvey from Final Fantasy IV and Lightning from Final Fantasy XIII.

  • Developer: Square Enix, Racjin
  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Genre: Action Role-Playing
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  • Platforms: 3DS

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Latest Final Fantasy Explorers News

Square Enix today released a new trailer for the upcoming addition to the Final Fantasy franchise with the Nintendo 3DS release of Final Fantasy Explorers. The new trailer, the legacy trailer, showcases many of the franchises' most beloved features including appearances from legendary Final Fantasy characters such as Cloud, Lightning, Tifa and Yuna - each offering players the chance to utilize their skills and abilities in battle.
The summons of Square-Enix's Final Fantasy series are back in a big way in Final Fantasy Explorers. Introducing the game's 12 new Eidolons.
Itching to re-experience the job classes made famous in Final Fantasy V, Tactics, and X-2? You're in luck - the upcoming Final Fantasy Explorers boasts 21 job classes.
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Final Fantasy Explorers Guides

In Final Fantasy Explorers, you can bring a couple of Monster companions with you to help with the fighting. Not all of the monsters in the game can become your companions though. Check out this Final Fantasy Explorers Monster Companion List to find out which ones you can get!
In Final Fantasy Explorers you can use what is called a Crystal Surge to power up certain moves and abilities. There are quite a few Crystal Surges, and until you use them you don't know what they do. Check out this Final Fantasy Explorers Crystal Surge List for more details!
The Cloudless Prism in Final Fantasy Explorers is something you will need to create special weapons. You can start farming the Prisms pretty early on if you know where to look. Check out this guide to find out Where To Find Cloudless Prisms In Final Fantasy Explorers!
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Final Fantasy Explorers Review

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