Final Fantasy VI Available On PlayStation Network in Europe and PAL Region

Square Enix over the weekend announced Final Fantasy VI is now available in Europe and PAL regions. Regarded by many Final Fantasy aficionados (including myself) as the pinnacle of Final...

Square Enix over the weekend announced Final Fantasy VI is now available in Europe and PAL regions.

Regarded by many Final Fantasy aficionados (including myself) as the pinnacle of Final Fantasy story telling, sporting the largest cast of playable characters in any Final Fantasy game (even to date).

Final Fantasy VI Available on PlayStation Network

Heck, ‘Esperino’ draws its namesake and inspiration from the summons in this RPG :D

Final Fantasy VI has been a favourite amongst fans since it was first release way back in 1994. New and veteran players can experience the adventure once again on PlayStation Network as they board sky-high Zeppelins and giant Chocobos on their epic journey.

Equip a multitude of armour, master an array of skills, spells and weapons for a fully customisable role-playing experience.

Many centuries have passed since the war of the Magi. Civilisations have been rebuilt with iron, machines and technology. For years the Espers have existed only in ancient legends. Now an Esper has been discovered and the forces of magic are beginning to return. The risk of another, more devastating war is about to surface.

Currently available on the rebooted PlayStation Network Store and PlayStation Portable, priced at €9.99/£7.99.

If you haven’t experience Final Fantasy VI yet, I strongly urge you to get your wallet out and give it a try. There aren’t many RPGs out there that reach the critical heights of this stunning example of Final Fantasy goodness.

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