Square Enix brings its mobile title Mobius Final Fantasy to the PC. Does it hold up as a good time waster without being a cash grab?

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  1. Dustin on February 11, 2017

    ok first of all to those that are complaining, this pc ported version was terrible on launch day with failed servers everywhere except korea. after that was solved the game works flawlessly graphics are beautiful compared to mobile and BOTH versions are free (ios\android&PC) and if its so boring on mobile u have to understand this game has been out for quite a while, but the pc port just came out a couple days ago

  2. NotMyCupOfTea on February 9, 2017

    Its like a rail rpg with card collecting. Pretty boring game, pretty. You can get a pc version free on steam.

  3. rickshaw on February 8, 2017

    I use Koplayer or Memu emulators for mobile play on the PC! (each emu servers different mobile games)
    They are the best ways to play mobile games as the tiny crappy mobile screen sucks, and mouse and keyboard on the PC rules! you got the advantaged! plus you really get to see just how much trash there is in a big screen view on mobile! I do a lot of uninstalling, The other thing is your privacy on the emulators is blank to the devs. The FF game is ok to play. my main game is pirate plunder which is a 5 minute daily login game! lol

    • Mobile games are ok on February 9, 2017

      I don’t mind the tiny mobile screen if I really have to. The only thing that bugs me is the controls but since your using a touch screen to play mobile games I guess it’s understandable on how the mobile controls are set up.

    • Curst on February 9, 2017

      The best way to play mobile games is not to. -_- It’s a whole genre designed to take advantage of people when they’re most vulnerable – when they’re bored.

    • Mobile games are ok on February 16, 2017

      Sorry for the late post but I forgot to mention windows 10 and chrome OS is making it easier to play mobile games on desktop PC without emulators with the playstore. People hate the playstore idea being on the desktop but I for one like it. First I’ll start with chrome OS google is making it easier for android apps to run on chrome OS which are laptops and desktops. I don’t know if it will be on desktop but I assume it will since they said chrome OS which is already on desktops and laptops. Windows 10 which has it’s flaws and perks has the windows 10 store which is pretty useless at this point since they were a little late in releasing it so it’s pretty obvious google playstore and itunes is dominating the market. But the advantage the windows 10 users have is if your playing your windows 10 game from the windows 10 store and port it to your mobile device which probably has to be a windows 10 phone (I know bummer right?) The only disadvantage is if you see a cool game you like is on PC and you wanna take it with you the only way is you gotta get a windows 10 phone otherwise get a android and chrome OS and wait for them to release google playstore on it which should be happening soon.

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