@Turtlebird95 said:Ah, good correction.@MildMolasses said:I'd say ripoff philistines. There's no art to their tactless approach.I don't at all understand how this isn't a free app. I totally get the micro transaction nature of the app store, and would understand hiding the good characters behind that wall, but don't expect me to pay $4 to get the privilege of paying more moneyThat is quite baffling, but hey this is Square Enix. They charge nearly $20 for some of the other FF games on there. Ripoff artists.
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If you want to spend a couple bucks, just get Theatrhythm Final Fantasy on iOS instead. The base game is free but they charge for the music and characters. I don't know how the prices even out compared to the 3DS version, but if you don't have a 3DS and only want music from a couple of the Final Fantasies, it's a pretty good time waster.
Horribly. The 3DS version includes all of the music tracks and you can buy it for about $20, where as unlocking them all on iOS will cost you over $140.
The 3DS version doesn't contain all of the songs and the 3DS version has DLC as well. The iOS version also contains songs for purchase that are not available on the 3DS version with or without DLC. Obviously the iOS version is still horrible for it's price but I just wanted to say this.
Ben Kuchera of Penny Arcade Report wrote a good post warning people about this game as well:
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