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Jeremy Harnage
Final Fantasy Legends: Space-Time Crystal's First Trailer
Be Emo, Tomorrow, and Reega! Those are characters, not moods.
12.23.14 - 8:16 PM

Square Enix has released the first trailer for their upcoming smartphone RPG Final Fantasy Legends: The Space-Time Crystal. Inspired by the golden age of SNES RPGs, the game will focus heavily on time travel. Have a look at the first trailer below!

First up in trailer is Tomorrow, the protagonist. Originally planned as character burdened with a responsibility to save the world, Square Enix has decided that Tomorrow will be a happier, more enthusiastic explorer. Following Tomorrow is a girl known as Emo. A mysterious girl from the future, Emo appears to the second of three playable characters shown. She can be seen wielding a book, which leads us to believe in a scholarly role for her. Last shown is Reeg, who wields a large axe. We're then treated to a bit of the battle system as well as more of the amazing artwork Square Enix has provided.

Final Fantasy Legends: The Space-Time Crystal is set to launch this Winter in Japan for the iOS and Android operating systems. We'll keep you up to date as more information becomes available!


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