Theatrhythm Graphics Return For Final Fantasy: World Wide Words

By Spencer . September 11, 2014 . 12:12am

Square Enix’s next Final Fantasy spinoff game is a little bit like Typing of the Dead. Players rusth to type in words in Final Fantasy: World Wide Words to cast spells. This game will have heroes and villains that come from different games in the Final Fantasy series.

 

New screenshots of Final Fantasy: World Wide Words reveal that Square Enix is using the chibi style from Theatrhythm Final Fantasy for the game’s look.

 

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Final Fantasy World Wide Words debuts in Japan on September 16 for Android. An iOS version will be released soon, but an exact release date was not announced. The game is a free to play title with additional items available for purchase.


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  • Tiredman

    They really are going to beat that horse till its nothing but a bloody mud puddle, aren’t they.

    • shytende

      More likely a Blood Pudding.

  • lolcatz6657

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umDr0mPuyQc

    That basically sums up my opinion on these shitty spin off titles.

  • zeta

    how the mighty SQEN have fallen. focus more mobile games *sigh*…

  • Tincho Kudos

    At this point I’d not be surprised if they release a Final Fantasy Soccer/Football game

    • Naail Zahid

      Well they made a basket ball hybrid game with nintendo for the DS called mario hoops or something similar that had final fantasy characters, so we can expect a football game soon.
      And also a final fantasy kart racer.
      And a final fantasy romance sim.
      And probably a final fantasy wrestling game.

  • KanjiLikesBoys

    GIVE US A REAL BLITZBALL GAME

  • Tenabrus

    No no no! we want another Dissidia game not this shite.

    • Morningstar

      Sadly Something like a Dissidia sequel will be impossible without a reduced roster. And SE prolly wants every numbered game in the franchise to be represented (XIV was a temporarily exclusion)

  • Chris Hodges

    Um, why would you play a game that is to help develop your typing skills on a phone? PC, got it.

  • Jero

    Looks fun actually. I really liked that [spoiler]facebook game[/spoiler] where you had to type fast to beat your opponent.

  • komiko12

    I like the Theatrhythm art style, soulless eyes included, but does not entice me to support a very obvious attempt for a quick buck.

  • Typing I could do. Typing on a phone? Oh hell no

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