Square-Enix is selling off part of its catalog of games on the Play Store. Much of the Final Fantasy series sees its price fall by half, while other titles like Dragon Quest VIII or Secret of Mana are also sold cheaper.
To celebrate the forthcoming compatibility of part of its catalog of mobile games on Android TV – after all, any excuse is good for partying, Square-Enix has decided to sell off some of its Japanese RPG catalog. Promotions are separated into two. On one hand, it is possible to find Final Fantasy III, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI for half their usual price, or between 6.49 and 6.99 euros for each game. A drop temporary price that will last until 13 August.
Final Fantasy III to 6.49 euros (- 50%) on the Play Store
Final Fantasy IV to 6.99 euros (- 50%) on the Play Store
Final Fantasy V to 6.99 euros (- 50%) on the Play Store
Final Fantasy VI to 6.99 euros (- 50%) on the Play Store
On the other, three summer promotions, which will last until 18 August. They allow to get hold of three excellent games: Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions and Dragon Quest VIII at slightly lower prices than usual.
Secret of Mana to 3.99 euros (- 50%) on the Play Store
Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions to 9.70 euros (- 30%) on the Play Store
Dragon Quest VIII to 11.99 euros (- 35%) on the Play Store
If games are still expensive, Square-Enix rarely drop the price of its games beyond 50%. Most of these ports are quality and require at least a good ten hours to complete.