Destiny Fantasia From Kemco Sounds Like Took Cues From Final Fantasy II

By Ishaan . August 3, 2013 . 2:00pm

Kecmo have released another RPG for Android devices this week—Destiny Fantasia, which is available at the discounted price of $2.99. Once the launch celebratory period ends, the game will revert to its full price of $7.99. You can watch a trailer below:



Below is a story summary for Destiny Fantasia. Instead of featuring a standard level-up system, the game has your characters gain strength and attributes after every enemy encounter. It  also uses a Final Fantasy II-like system, where you become more adept at physical attacks or magic by using the appropriate skills more.


When militaristic Epsilom Empire starts expanding utilizing a mysterious power of unknown nature, an oracle by the name of Pure immediately realizes what it can mean for the world. She and a young lad named Lidim, who was rescued earlier by Pure from the clutches of the Empire, set out to prevent what can very well be the end of all existence.


You can read more about Destiny Fantasia here.

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  • Marcelo G

    If this game is successful, they could make a spin-off called…I dunno, Tales of Fan-


    • Firehawke

      Or maybe Tales of Des-

      Hmmm. Maybe not.

      • Andar

        Perhaps Rebirth Synfonia?

        • gk2012

          I’m already excited for Innocent Graces.

          • Raharu95

            Nah, what we truly need is Eternal Abyss

    • Dylan Harris


  • Suicunesol

    I really need to get off my ass and develop an Android game. If not for the money, then for the experience.

  • Jonah Paley

    “…a character development system that sounds similar to Final Fantasy II.”

    You mean you hit yourself over the head with an axe to gain Intelligence?

    Now THAT will end with you speaking beaver all right!

  • -destiny fantasia- ”an oracle by the name of pure” uuuuuuuuuuugh
    anyway that trailer is really not impressive

  • Smooosh

    Why not, I’ve seen worse for more than double the amount of money. I’ll give it a try.

  • TheHolypopeofgaming

    Kemco still exists?

  • I’ve been playing it for a couple of hours now. I’d definitely say it’s their best localization effort yet. The story isn’t great, but at least it makes sense.

    • psycho_bandaid

      That is quite a low bar.

  • hitosura22

    The best best kemco games are symphony of eternity, symphony of the origins, machine knight, infinite dunamis, and Bonds of the skies. those are all pretty well done

  • Arcm

    Hopefully its more similar to a Saga game where stat ups happen a lot easier fighting battle and not grinding by hitting yourself. I actually enjoyed FF2.

  • KH1989b

    looks good

  • Kevin Schwarz

    Face it, FFII’s system was one of the WORST in the entire series.

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