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Final Fantasy II

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Final Fantasy II
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Fainaru Fantajī Tsū
Developer(s): Square
Publisher(s): Square
Platform(s): Famicom, WonderSwan Color, PlayStation, Mobile phone, Virtual Console (Wii), PlayStation Portable, iOS/Android phones
Release date: Famicom:
Japan December 17, 1988
WonderSwan Color:
Japan May 3, 2001
PlayStation Portable:
Japan June 7, 2007
United States/Canada July 24, 2007
Europe February 8, 2008
Genre: Role-playing game
Game modes: Single player
Ratings: CERO: A
This article is about the second installment of the Final Fantasy series. For the second installment in North America, where it was named Final Fantasy II, and the fourth game in the series overall, see Final Fantasy IV.

Final Fantasy II is the second installment of the Final Fantasy series. The game was developed and published by Square for the Famicom in 1988, exclusively in Japan. A North American localization of the original Famicom released was planned but cancelled partway into the translation process. It also had a standalone release for the WonderSwan Color, PlayStation Portable, and iOS/Android phones. As neither this game nor Final Fantasy III were initially released outside Japan, Final Fantasy IV was originally released in North America as Final Fantasy II, so as not to confuse players. The game introduced two recurring elements of the Final Fantasy franchise: Chocobo and a character named Cid.

A few compilations bundle Final Fantasy II with the first game, Final Fantasy, including Final Fantasy I∙II, Final Fantasy Origins, and Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls. Final Fantasy Origins was the first time that Final Fantasy II released outside of Japan. The PlayStation Portable version is the first time that Final Fantasy II received a standalone release outside of Japan.











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