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The following is sort of a "Final Fantasy-ography". Here also is some links where you might be able to purchase them.
 
If I forgot any, please e-mail me. My e-mail address is under "About Me".

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FINAL FANTASY ORIGINS
Format: PlayStation, NES
Rated: T
Release Date: 4/9/03 (for PSX)
 
The first two games of Final Fantasy. The PS version's graphics and sound has been remastered. Not sure what the story line is. I couldn't find it.

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FINAL FANTASY III
Format: Super NES
Rated: T
Release Date: 10/11/94
 
In Final Fantasy III, magical beings called The Espers return from centuries past to destroy the rational and mechanized new world. An amazing adventure unfolds from there, filled with challenging battles and perplexing puzzles.

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FINAL FANTASY CHRONICLES
Format: PlayStation
Rated: T
Release Date: 6/29/01
 
Final Fantasy Chronicles includes Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger (not a part of Final Fantasy...Chrono Trigger is the prequel to Chrono Cross). FFIV is speedier in its treks through the towns, letting you skip right to the good stuff. The updated game has new modes of play, improved graphics, and lots of secrets to discover!

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FINAL FANTASY ANTHOLOGY
Format: PlayStation
Rated: T
Release Date: 10/7/99
 
Final Fantasy Anthology includes FF V and VI. The story of the first game is about four crystals that must be saved, lest the world expire. The second game is about an evil Empire and a group of people that vow to oppose it.
 
See FantasyAlert's review for more about FFVI: Reviews

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FINAL FANTASY VII
Format: PlayStation
Rated: T
Release Date: 9/3/97
 
A powerful warrior named Sephiroth mysteriously comes back from the dead to find the "Promised Land", a land of happiness that belongs to the ancient race called "Cetra". His intentions may sound harmless, but Sephiroth actually plans to destroy the whole planet! Final Fantasy VII is the story of the struggle Cloud and his companions to stop Sephiroth from killing everyone. This game features a Materia Battle System.

See Tidus8787's review for more about FFVII: Reviews

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FINAL FANTASY VIII
Format: PlayStation
Rated: T
Release Date: 9/8/99
 
Fianl Fantasy VIII is the tale of a young man named Squall, whose destiny is to defeat the uprising Sorceresses (with his frinds, of course). Join them in this epic tale of war and love! This game also features the Junctioning system.

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FINAL FANTASY IX
Format: PlayStation
Rated: T
Release Date: 11/15/00
 
Final Fantasy IX is a journey of self-discovery. Zidane, Garnet, and company may not have clear pasts, but their presents seem bright as ever. When a mysterious man named Kuja threatens the chance of a happy future, they must all pull it together to save their world and their lives!
 
See Blair Stevenson's review for more about FFIX: Reviews

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FINAL FANTASY X
Format: PlayStation 2
Rated: T
Release Date: 12/19/01
 
Final Fantasy X represents some of the franchise's best work, mixing Anime visuals and thick mysteries into a thorough gaming experience. You play as Tidus, a superstar in the blitzball league. Paired up with a dedicated young woman named Yuna, you'll travel through the land of Spira searching for answers to so many questions. This game features a Battle System that focuses on growth (with an easy Sphere Grid) rather than levels.
 
See Lady Runixia's review for more about FFX: Reviews 

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FINAL FANTASY X-2
Format: PS2
Rated: T
Release Date: 11/19/03
 
Final Fantasy X-2 is the first actual sequel in the FF series. Yuna starts a new journey, trying to uncover uncertainties about the past. Sin is gone, but new enemies threaten her Eternal Calm.This game features quite a unique Battle System where you can change "jobs" in battle to use different Abilities.
 
See Lady Runixia's review for more about FFX-2: Reviews

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FINAL FANTASY XI
Format: PS2
Rated: T
Release Date: 3/24/04
 
The world of Vana'diel stands at the brink of war. Three powerful nations, united in their plight against the beastmen forces, look to their last hope -- brave adventurers like you. Will the beastmen gain the upper hand, and thrust the once-peaceful Vana'diel into another war? Step into the world of Vana'diel and journey forth on grand adventures with players from all across the globe. How you play is up to you, with limitless possibilities for adventure. Set out on your own to discover the countless secrets of Vana'diel, or form a party with your friends to purge the beastman forces and bring home sensational spoils. (Desciption borrowed from http://www.gohastings.com)

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FINAL FANTASY CRYSTAL CHRONICLES
Format: Gamecube
Rated: T
Release Date: 2/10/04
 
In a world ravaged by plague, the people depend on a blessed crystal. In order for this crystal to maintain its sparkle and power, Mirula Droplets are constantly needed. Every year, the Crystal Caravan travels forth to collect the precious Mirula Droplets in the darkest, deepest caverns of a far-off dungeon. Make the vital excursion to save the villagers' lives, traveling through a wilderness overrun by monsters and other perils.
(Description borrowed from http://www.gohastings.com)

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