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Final Fantasy IV The After Years Gets 3D Remake

September 18th, 2013 by Tony Garsow

Originally released on mobile phones and Sony PlayStation Portable in 2D, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years will be coming (once again) to mobile phones in full 3D. In a similar style to the Final Fantasy IV remake on Nintendo DS, the game features 3D visuals with an interface much like many of the mobile Final Fantasy titles before it. Taking place years after the original game, it is a direct sequel to the original Final Fantasy IV.

The game is currently scheduled for release in Winter 2013 and will come to iOS and Android platforms.

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  • They should really do a FFiv complete collection of these 3d games now for Vita or 3ds.

    I still haven’t finished IV:TAY so i’m looking forward to this.

  • Still avoiding FFV and FFVI. I get that perhaps the latter could get a “higher” aim in terms of a remake, but the way FFV has been left alone for so long is nothing short of odd, particularly in comparison to -yet- another take on FFIV, this time it’s sequel, producing a release that won’t actually be available for consoles. How nice.

  • Arciele

    i stopped playing the after years halfway thru on the PSP cos it was so tedious to perfect game everything (stupid dungeon runs) but now i might just stop because theres probably a chance that they’ll release this on handheld platform eventually. I’m hoping they do Complete Collection in 3D for Vita or something.. and i’d play that instead.

    the move to bring this to 3d is heartening to me cos it consolidates FF4s position on whether it wants to be a 2D or 3D game. also in the remake continuity of the FF series.. now we can say that there is some ‘progression’. FF1-2 is HD2D, and 3-4 are 3D.

  • Axwind

    Arciele: If you want to experience the true progression of the series, play the original versions of the games – the NES versions of I-III (there are translated roms for II and III), SNES versions of IV-VI (translated and properly numbered roms are available for those as well, instead of the US misnumbered versions), and so on. That’s the best way to see how the series truly evolved and how it could have and should have been had all the games been released over here when they were originally made.

  • Slinky_Slink

    so that’s now…

    FFIV for: the SNES, PS1, GBA, Mobile (IOS and Android), Virtual Console, DS, and the PSP in all territories, and the WonderSwan and various mobile devices in Japan.

    and FFIV After Years for: Wii, PSP, AND NOW Mobile (IOS and Android) in all territories, and various mobile devices in Japan.

    so, that’s a combined total of 18 times FFIV and it’s sequel have been released.

    Thanks Square Enix,

    Thanks.

    :l