Final Fantasy Explorers (3DS)

  • Web Code: 10393360
  • Release Date: 01-26-2016


Fight alongside legendary characters such as Cloud, Squall, and Lightning in Final Fantasy Explorers for Nintendo 3DS. Assemble your Explorers party and battle your way through dungeons in search of ever rarer crystals, over which the world is on the brink of total war. Fight alone or play with friends via 4-player co-op.

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  • Dive into dungeons and collect rare crystals while fending off classic Final Fantasy enemies
  • Embark on an epic adventure in solo mode or with up to 3 of your friends via 4-player co-op
  • Journey through a world that's on the brink of war due to rapid crystal depletion
  • Master more than 20 roles, including knight, monk, black mage, and white mage
  • Enjoy more than 200 quests and more than 200 hours of gameplay
  • Call upon the powers of legendary Final Fantasy characters such as Cloud, Squall, and Lightning via the Trance feature
  • Recruit and level-up monsters to help you battle further and further into the game

ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+

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  • Motion-Controlled Gaming
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  • Number of Players
  • Players - Offline
  • Players - Online
  • Warranty Parts
    90 Day(s)



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  • from Toronto, ON

Excellent spinoff, and a really good game.

It's a good spinoff, and a good game in its own right. Why it's a good game: Pretty good difficulty progression. Missions get tougher slightly faster than you level up, so the game gets reasonably more challenging, but if you aren't prepared for it, you could totally just grind XP and money for better equipment quickly if you feel the need. You also have freedom to play how you want. I personally wanted a sword fighter, as my favorite FF characters tend to be main protagonists, who often carry a sword, (Cloud, Tidus, etc.) There's also a fun variety of weapons. If there's a weaker weapon or armor that you just love the look of, you can upgrade it to be as powerful as a stronger weapon. (Takes a while though.) Why it's a good spinoff: The bosses, the Trances, and the weapons. The bosses are mostly summons from past final fantasy games. They look awesome and are fun to fight. Trances are basically the ability for your character to become a "hero from another world." These heroes are characters from past final fantasy games. You get different buffs depending on which character you choose as your trance character. You have to unlock each character individually though. It even plays the battle music from whatever game the character is from. For example, if you activate a trance turning you in to Cloud, the FFVII battle music plays. Lastly, the weapons. As you unlock characters to play as when you use your trance ability, you also unlock an iconic weapon from that character. Some characters have a second weapon you can unlock, but currently I've only been able to unlock Cloud's second weapon. Minor downside: The controls are a tiny bit odd before you get used to them. In my opinion the meat of the game doesn't start until you fight a summon or two and get fully used to most of the mechanics. IMPORTANT NOTE: I'm playing the game on a New 3DS XL, which has an extra stick on the right side. If you play on an old 3DS without a circle pad pro, you WILL NOT have camera control, which is in my opinion needed to enjoy the game. So basically, play on either a new 3ds or get a circle pad pro, or it'll feel super awkward.


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