E3 2014: Final Fantasy Agito and Final Fantasy VII G-Bike Coming to Android and iOS

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Square Enix is showing mobile gamers some love at E3 with the unveiling of two upcoming titles for Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Release dates have not been determined yet for either game, but both will be free-to-play with in-app purchases.

There’s Final Fantasy Agito, the socially integrated companion RPG to Final Fantasy Type-0 which launched in Japan in May and is now coming West.

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•Character Customization: Create a unique character in the world of FINAL FANTASY AGITO. Players have access to a variety of character customization options, including gender, facial features, hairstyles and more.

•Player Choice: Interact with other cadets at Akademeia, including key characters from FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0. The decisions players make at the Akademeia will affect the course of history in the game, which in turn will affect the worldwide player community.

•Missions: Players can head out on missions to raise their level, and find/craft their ultimate weapon. Players can also confront powerful enemies in large-scale, cooperative battles involving the entire FINAL FANTASY AGITO player population.

And then there’s Final Fantasy VII G-Bike, a runner-style RPG racer inspired by the Gold Saucer amusement park mini-game from Final Fantasy VII.

•A motorcycle chase based action game, set in the world of FINAL FANTASY VII – Full 3D stages where players must evade obstacles and fight enemies at high speeds.

•Elements unique to FINAL FANTASY VII – Classic monsters and Cloud Strife’s fighting techniques, created with gorgeous graphics.

•Offers rich gameplay, including numerous missions and character development – Contains a wealth of familiar gameplay features including missions, epic boss battles, detailed weapon customization and item collection.

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