Now that the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster games appeared on consoles, nearly every mainline entry in the series is on the Nintendo Switch in some way. It’s a big deal! Barring the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy and the MMORPGs, people are largely set. To help make it easier to go through everything, let’s look over the mainline and spin-off entries that showed up on the console, to help make collecting easier.
Here’s the full list of every mainline Final Fantasy game you can find on the Switch. Note that the Final Fantasy Pixel Remasters are available individually for $11.99-17.99 each or in a $74.99 bundle.
- Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster – $11.99
- Final Fantasy II Pixel Remaster – $11.99
- Final Fantasy III Pixel Remaster – $17.99
- Final Fantasy IV Pixel Remaster – $17.99
- Final Fantasy V Pixel Remaster – $17.99
- Final Fantasy VI Pixel Remaster – $17.99
- Final Fantasy VII – $15.99
- Final Fantasy VIII Remastered – $19.99
- Final Fantasy IX – $20.99
- Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD Remaster – $49.99
- Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age – $49.99
- Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD – $29.99
There are also a number of Final Fantasy spin-off games you can find on the Switch. Here is what’s available at the moment.
- Chocobo GP – $49.99
- Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy – $39.99
- Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion – $49.99
- Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered – $29.99
- World of Final Fantasy Maxima – $39.99
- Theatrhythm Final Bar Line – $49.99
Know that Square Enix discounts titles rather regularly, whether they’re mainline installments or related titles. For example, Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy often drops to $15.99 and did so in March 2023. The same happens for numbered entries. You could get Final Fantasy VII for $7.99 during a March 2023 eShop sale as well.