Ahh, Mobius Final Fantasy

My love for Final Fantasy stems back to well Final Fantasy VII, so for those of you that do not know, FF-VII was on the first PlayStation console system we had back in the mid to late 1990’s. I am sure those of us that remember it , remember how before gaming on PC was the biggest thing, that well for 16\32 bit graphics was just well Awe for some of us. We were transported into a realm unlike anything, and loved the feel for the characters we played, or at least I did during that time.  For those that loved RPGs well this was our area that we were able to dive into and forget the troubles of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. It was truly a world for us to get lost in, and connect with the characters for sure. Over the years I have played a lot of RPGs both on and offline, and just for some reason or another I was always drawn back into the realms of Final Fantasy. To be honest I still have both guides for Final Fantasy X and X-2 for my PS2 system, along with FF-VII and FF-VIII for PlayStation 1. Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII. It really made it hard for me to part with those games and guides. It is my solo playing days, and with RPGs I was able to get lost in the world.

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Since today I have tried Mobius Final Fantasy free from Steam, and I was able to lose myself into the game play again until I needed to take a break, and decided to write this blog post about. I haven’t seen much in the terms of buying things through their in game store. I also enjoyed the fact that the graphics for it were stunning. I am in awe with the game play, I can chose to either fight or set it to auto fight for me, and I did that a lot of the times, course right now until I believe in April they are running an event that will allow you to play at Cloud Strife’s side. If you don’t know who Cloud is, you really missed a lot if you didn’t play FF-VII because that was his story, and I also played FF-VII: Crisis Core and I still have that guide as well even though I no longer have a PSP (Playstation Portable), or the game anymore. I did beat the game though and thoroughly enjoy it a lot. So yeah, as you can see I have played a lot of Final Fantasy VII in their various forms.

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I have always enjoyed the story from Final Fantasy it wasn’t something you seen on a day to day basis in a lot of the RPGs out there. But if you are looking for a good free game on Steam or on your mobile device, I’d say to get Mobius Final Fantasy and lose yourself in that game. I am sure it will become a solid game for me to play when I need or want to take a break away from SWTOR and the other games I am currently playing. So enjoy the read, and screenshots I have posted here.

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