Oh, neat: the first two Final Fantasy games are both on sale for the rest of the week in celebration of new language releases. Final Fantasy I [$3.99], which now includes Korean, Thai, and Indonesian language support, has been slashed to $3.99. Final Fantasy II [$3.99], which now includes Korean language support, is also available at $3.99. Both games are typically priced at $8.99, so you'll be saving a couple of hard-earned bones here, no problem.

While definitely old, both of these games are worth your time if you've got an itch that only an ancient JRPG can scratch. That's a pretty specific itch, though, so maybe you should get that checked out, yeah?

  • curtneedsaride

    All those people who were disappointed with FF ATB, and you haven't picked these up yet, I totally recommend them! I'm playing through both of them right now, and they're great ports.

  • http://twitter.com/nuno2k nuno lourenco

    drop to 0.99$ and Perhaps we will talk...

    • xepiczx

      Same I'm really not sure on these games

    • Phoenix24

      How can you consider 2 games like this to be only worth a dollar? They are both classic RPG's offering many hours of game time, and I'm afraid if you're hoping for a dollar sale, don't hold your breath - it's not going to happen

      • xdarnokx

        They're only worth .99 to me because I already own them on other consoles.

      • Benegesserit

        Are those consoles in your pocket?

      • Chester_Copperpot

        Maybe he's just happy to see you. ;)

    • Evilblackout2

      You're being cheap, they cost about 15$ each when they first came out & they are worth that. Great ports at 1/5th the price, u will be a fool not to try it if u are an RPG fan.

      • Benegesserit

        LOL by your logic if they charged $100 at launch you would make an ever bigger deal about the sale.

        This sale price should have been the launch price.

  • TJF588

    Until they're universal, have Game Center (the Windows Phone FFI has LIVE achievements), and possibly iCloud, I'll just as well hopelessly hold out for downloadable PSP versions.

    • witedahlia

      @TJF588 I just downloaded these onto my Vita and I'm pretty sure they're available for PSP as well.

    • witedahlia

      Edit: Its title is "Final Fantasy Origins" for PSP and its both these FF games (I and II) for $9.99.

      • curtisrshideler

        Yeah, that's a great deal! If you've got a PSP, I'd definitely take advantage of that instead of iOS.

  • Nölff

    SQUARE ENIX's prices are too steep even when the ARE on sale. Most of their apps are $15.99. That's re-dick.

    • MidianGTX

      Welcome to the world of real games for men. Sorry you can't hack it bro.

      • Nölff

        "real games for men"? Final Fantasy?
        Whatever. You're entitled to your odd opinion.

      • Chester_Copperpot

        Don't sniff rubber cement, dude - it's not good for you.

  • http://www.facebook.com/les.braun Lars Les Braun

    how could you all be so cheap? you think the effort put into these games is worth only a buck? these two games are classic material

    • Chester_Copperpot

      They gussied up the interfaces for games they've been selling since the '80s.

      • Patrick

        3.99 should have been the starting price for each of these games not freaking 8.99. It's an ancient game but it does hold it's own and still feel fresh-y. But I digress, 3.99 starting price and .99 for on sale price

      • http://www.facebook.com/les.braun Lars Les Braun

        so? both games still are up to par to other RPGs in the appstore.
        and it also isn't an easy task to port an NES game into an iOS app

      • Chester_Copperpot

        So they can afford to be competitively priced.

  • paulf58

    They really need updated controls, multitasking and retina support

    • curtisrshideler

      I definitely agree with this. To keep up with iOS standards would be nice. I'm just thankful they are still playable on iOS 6 though.