Mobius Final Fantasy Review (ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe): Lots of Potential, Part of It Wasted, Very Nice Graphics (Video)

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  • 29 Dec 2016
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  • Mobius: Final Fantasy is the latest attempt from Square Enis to stay relevant in the mobile game area, after a series of ports of their most famous games from the 1990s and beyond. Mobius is a free title in the Play Store and I’ve been playing it for a while now, first on iOS, but the connection bugs made me give that up. Now let’s see if Android fared better.

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    The game is a typical J-RPG with an emo character and a storyline that places us in a mysterious world, filled with dungeons, treasure, a crystal and a princess, plus a cute moogle. Square has really updated the game, with numerous challenges, bonus areas, PvP arenas and more, all of them available on a planet, whose globe you can rotate freely.

    The best part about the title is graphics design. Mobius looks stunning, particularly when you perform fancy attacks, with sparks flying all over the place, fire, blizzard and all sorts of magic being applied. You can perform physical attacks by tapping on the screen, 3 per turn and then you wait for the enemy to strike. There are status ailments, elementals are key and you can also use magic when enough orbs are achieved to load up the magic cards on the right side of the screen.

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    Said cards are prepared before battle into a deck and you always have to be careful to bring blizzard cards to a fire element monster and viceversa for example. You can also rent (for free) a card from other player, with whom you can socialize afterwards. It’s really much easier than it sounds, but the amount of menus and options here is totally overwhelming.

    You can divide character classes by jobs, so you can have a mage, an onion knight, a sort of scout and an assassins, plus more, all of them with upgrades. The above mentioned orbs can be used to level up stats and you can fuse your magic cards. There’s summon, there are tickets used to play in arenas and many more concepts that make a rather simple game more complicated than it should be.

    Everything costs a lot here and we also have a stamina meter to keep us from performing too many battles, apparently. I had a blast with this title, no matter what anyone says, in spite of the quite high difficulty battles, that appear later on in the game. I liked the emo vibe, the excellent graphics, the nifty job system and card decks, plus the multiple challenges made available by Square.

    We give this game a 9.2 out of 10 and you can get it here.

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