The sixth title in the Final Fantasy series and widely considered to be the best title in the series. FF6 was originally released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and one of the last titles to appear on a Nintendo system for quite some time.
The seventh instalment in the Final Fantasy series and considered one of the greatest games in the series, if not one of the greatest games of all time. The first in the series to begin utilizing 3D graphics moving away from the previously two-dimensional world of its predecessors.View Strategy Guide
The eighth installment in the Final Fantasy series released on PlayStation and on PC. Featuring a much more realistic setting and the first use of live vocals for the theme music and developed at the same time as FF9, though taking a very different artistic direction.View Strategy Guide
The ninth installment in the Final Fantasy series and the last of the series released on the original PlayStation. Going back to the much more cartoonish appearance of some of the previous games, I would consider this game one of the worst in the series.View Strategy Guide
The tenth installment in the Final Fantasy series released for PlayStation 2 and re-released on Playstation 3 and PlayStation Vita. Featuring 3d backgrounds and a full voice cast, Final Fantasy X was the first game to have a direct sequel released as well as several spin offs.View Strategy Guide
The first direct sequel to a previous Final Fantasy title, the story follows Yuna and her team through Spira as they resolve political conflicts.
The first game in the series developed as a cross-platform Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game.
Technically the twelfth title in the series, this title was the first to integrate seamless battle sequences.View Strategy Guide
The thirteenth installment of the Final Fantasy series.