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FINAL FANTASY IV makes its debut on PC!

As the first game in the series to feature the innovative Active Time Battle system, FINAL FANTASY IV stands as an iconic milestone in FINAL FANTASY history. Lose yourself in this timeless tale of heroes, betrayal, love and redemption—now optimized for PC!

Key Features:


  • Fully voiced, dramatic cut-scenes
  • Deep, emotionally charged character development
  • All-new system for charting dungeons and uncovering the secrets within
  • Inspiring score accessible at anytime from the built-in Jukebox

*Please select the language you wish to play in via the game launcher.


Final Fantasy IV's pixel remaster is now available on Steam. It follows the release of the pixel remasters of I-III in July, with V and VI both due in the near future. It's also arguably the first Final Fantasy to resemble what the series would become, in terms of characters and its battle system. Read more


In July, Square Enix tossed out those old mobile port versions of the classic Final Fantasy games that us PC folks have been playing and have started replacing them with fancier remasters. Fantasies Final I-III arrived in their Pixel Remaster versions at the end of July. The next party of adventurers is queued to head out next month, also with those modern niceties like new character pixel art, new menu designs, and an auto-battle function. You'll be able to snag the adventurs of Kain and Cecil ...


You'll soon be able to add Final Fantasy 4 to your collection of pixel remasters if you fancy it. Square Enix has revealed that the classic RPG game's pixel makeover is hitting Steam on September 8, just two weeks away. Final Fantasy 4's pixel remaster comes with updated 2D pixel graphics that have been redrawn with modern hardware in mind - they've even been created by the original artist, Kazuko Shibuya. We've also got rearranged soundtracks, improved gameplay with updated controller controls,...


Final Fantasy IV turns 30 today and to celebrate, Square Enix sat game designer Takashi Tokita down to talk about memories from development. It was the first Final Fantasy game he was involved with from the very beginning, he explains, so he's able to share some neat details on how the game's design evolved. He chats about character designs, romance plots, and the unlikely inspiration for the first ATB battle system that somehow came from watching F1 races. Read more


To make way for the upcoming Final Fantasy 1-6 Pixel Remasters, the current versions of Final Fantasy 5 and Final Fantasy 6 will be pulled off Steam later this month. Since these are the ugly mobile ports, I think it's safe to say they won't be missed, though. Both Steam pages for Final Fantasy 5 and 6 have been updated with disclaimers that they'll "no longer be available for purchase after July 27th 2021". They then say you should buy the remastered versions instead which are "coming soon". Re...






  • OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8
  • Processor: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 750 MB available space


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