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Final Fantasy games

Group Description

This game group includes all games under the Final Fantasy license.

Trivia: Monsters

The name of the monsters in the Final Fantasy universe are often taken from different mythologies of the world. Here is a small list of some popular monsters, and what mythology they are taken from:
  • Behemoth - Jewish mythology. A huge monster and a symbol of evil.
  • Ahriman - Persian mythology. Personification of evil (In Final Fantasy games, ahrimans are one-eyed flying creatures, looking like bats).
  • Asura - Hindu mythology. A class of deities, as opposed to the "deva" (gods).
  • Grendel - English mythology, a monster fought by Beowulf
  • Tiamat - Babylonian mythology. Chaos, the mother of all things.
  • Kali - Hindu mythology. A mighty and often dangerous goddess of time and destruction.
Monsters a character can summon:
  • Ifrit - Arab mythology. A wicked spirit, also known as Jinn.
  • Shiva - Hindu mythology. One of the greatest gods, sometimes regarded as the God. Unfortunately for all fans of the Final Fantasy version of Shiva - he is a man.
  • Ramuh - "Ramuh" is maybe a form of "Rama", the incarnation of Vishnu in Hindu mythology.
  • Phoenix - Greek mythology. A bird that resurrects itself after dying (the item "phoenix down" also comes from there). The Asian phoenix (Chinese fenghuang is a different creature that might have been the inspiration for the monster as well.
  • Titan - Greek mythology. Titans were a class of deities that fought against the Olympic gods.
  • Siren - Greek mythology. A beautiful woman who charms sailors by singing to them.
  • Leviathan - Jewish mythology. A huge water creature. In modern Hebrew this word (לויתן, "livyatan") means "whale".
  • Fafnir - Norse mythology. A dragon that was defeated by the hero Sigurd.
  • Hades - Greek mythology. The world of the dead and also its ruler.
  • Quetzalcoatl - Central American mythology. One of the greater gods of the Aztecs.
  • Odin - Norse mythology. The most powerful god, the ruler of gods.
  • Gilgamesh - Sumerian / Akkadian mythology. A great hero and a legendary king.
  • Bahamut - Arab mythology. Is actually a translation of the Hebrew "behemoth". In Arab mythology, it is a big fish, not a dragon.

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Information also contributed by YID YANG
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Game TitleYearPlatformPublishersorted in ascending orderMobyScore
Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Nordic Edition)2012PlayStation 3, Xbox 360Square Enix, Ltd.0.00
Final Fantasy XI Online: The Vana'Diel Collection2004PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox 360Square Enix, Inc.1.50
Final Fantasy XI Online2006PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox 360Square Enix, Inc.1.67
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance (Deluxe Pack)2003Game Boy AdvanceSquare Soft, Inc.2.00
Final Fantasy XI Online: Treasures of Aht Urhgan2006PlayStation 2, WindowsSquare Enix, Inc.2.07
Final Fantasy II2001PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP, PS Vita, WonderSwan ColorSquare Co., Ltd.2.12
Final Fantasy II2007Android, iPhone, PSPSquare Enix, Inc.2.26
Final Fantasy XI Online: Vana'Diel Collection 20082007PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox 360Square Enix, Inc.2.29
Final Fantasy X-2 International + Last Mission2004PlayStation 2, PS VitaSony Computer Entertainment Asia2.41
Final Fantasy XI Online: Rise of the Zilart2003PlayStation 2, WindowsSquare Enix Co., Ltd.2.77
Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest1992SNES, WiiSquare Soft, Inc.2.77
Final Fantasy XI Online2002PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox 360Sony Computer Entertainment America, Inc.2.84
Dissidia: Final Fantasy (Limited Collector’s Edition)2009PSPSquare Enix, Ltd.2.86
Final Fantasy XI Online: Chains of Promathia2004PlayStation 2, WindowsSquare Enix, Inc.2.88
Dissidia 012: Final Fantasy (Legacy Edition)2011PSPSquare Enix, Ltd.3.00
Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy2011PSPSquare Enix, Inc.3.00
Final Fantasy XI Online: Wings of the Goddess2007PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox 360Square Enix, Inc.3.00
Final Fantasy XIII-2 (Collector's Edition)2012PlayStation 3, Xbox 360Square Enix, Inc.3.00
Final Fantasy X International2002PlayStation 2, PS VitaElectronic Arts, Inc.3.02
Final Fantasy X-22003PlayStation 2Square Enix U.S.A., Inc.3.04
Final Fantasy II1988NES, Nintendo 3DS, WiiSquare Co., Ltd.3.09
Chocobo Racing1999PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP, PS VitaSquare Electronic Arts L.L.C.3.50
Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII2006PlayStation 2Square Enix, Inc.3.22
Final Fantasy X/X-2 Ultimate Box2005PlayStation 2Square Enix Co., Ltd.3.33
Chocobo no Fushigi na Dungeon1997PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PSP, PS Vita, WonderSwanBandai Co., Ltd.3.42
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Selected Screenshots

Title screen
Screenshot from Final Fantasy II
Chocobo Racing title screen
Screenshot from Chocobo Racing
A ravine on La Theine Plateau
Screenshot from Final Fantasy XI Online