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It a took a while, but Final Fantasy is available for the Windows Phone. This release isn’t the original 1987 game, mind you, but a port of the version released for iPhone and iPad that introduced new visuals and a touchscreen-based menu interface.

At $6.99, it’s even less expensive than the iOS download, which currently runs an $8.99 price tag.

Final Fantasy requires Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) or higher, and if you happen to have an Xbox Live account, you can rack up some Gamerscore points while tackling the main campaign and the remake’s two bonus dungeons, the Soul of Chaos and the Labyrinth of Time.

It also provides English, French, Chinese and Japanese language support, and takes up about 90MB of space, a slight bump up from the size of the iOS version. Windows Phone users seem to be liking it just fine in the two weeks it’s been available, as the game boasts a solid 4.5/5 user rating from 190 reviews.

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Final Fantasy Available For Windows Phone, Costs 7 Bucks

It a took a while, but Final Fantasy is available for the Windows Phone. This release isn't the original 1987 game, mind you, but a port of the version released for iPhone and iPad that introduced new visuals and a touchscreen-based menu interface.

By EGM Staff | 06/17/2012 02:04 PM PT

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It a took a while, but Final Fantasy is available for the Windows Phone. This release isn’t the original 1987 game, mind you, but a port of the version released for iPhone and iPad that introduced new visuals and a touchscreen-based menu interface.

At $6.99, it’s even less expensive than the iOS download, which currently runs an $8.99 price tag.

Final Fantasy requires Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) or higher, and if you happen to have an Xbox Live account, you can rack up some Gamerscore points while tackling the main campaign and the remake’s two bonus dungeons, the Soul of Chaos and the Labyrinth of Time.

It also provides English, French, Chinese and Japanese language support, and takes up about 90MB of space, a slight bump up from the size of the iOS version. Windows Phone users seem to be liking it just fine in the two weeks it’s been available, as the game boasts a solid 4.5/5 user rating from 190 reviews.

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