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Here Are The Top 10 Favorite Final Fantasy Games & Characters According To Japan

The Final Fantasy community in Japan has picked its top 10 favorite games and characters in the long-running series.

Based on a poll conduction on the occasion of the 35th Final Fantasy anniversary, the community in Japan has chosen their top 10 favorite games and characters in the series.

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Top 10 Final Fantasy Games In Japan

The top 10 Final Fantasy games as chosen by series fans in Japan can be seen below.

  1. Final Fantasy XIV Online
  2. Final Fantasy VII
  3. Final Fantasy X
  4. Final Fantasy VI
  5. Final Fantasy IX
  6. Final Fantasy V
  7. Final Fantasy VIII
  8. Final Fantasy IV
  9. Final Fantasy XI Online
  10. Final Fantasy XV

Top 20 Final Fantasy Characters According To Japan

The top 20 Final Fantasy characters as chosen by series fans in Japan can be seen below.

  1. Emet-Selch (Final Fantasy XIV Online)
  2. Wakka (Final Fantasy X)
  3. Cloud (Final Fantasy VII)
  4. Tifa (Final Fantasy VII)
  5. Zidane (Final Fantasy IX)
  6. Aerith (Final Fantasy VII)
  7. G’raha Tia (Final Fantasy XIV)
  8. Vivi (Final Fantasy IX)
  9. Tidus (Final Fantasy X)
  10. Haurchefant (Final Fantasy XIV)
  11. Squall (Final Fantasy VIII)
  12. Terra (Final Fantasy VI)
  13. Yuna (Final Fantasy X)
  14. Lightning (Final Fantasy XIII)
  15. Bartz (Final Fantasy V)
  16. Noctis (Final Fantasy XV)
  17. Celes (Final Fantasy VII)
  18. Zack (Final Fantasy VII)
  19. Locke (Final Fantasy VI)
  20. Sephiroth (Final Fantasy VII)

It’s interesting to note that neither Final Fantasy XII or any of its characters were able get a position in the list, despite it being one of the most critically acclaimed titles in the series.

Final Fantasy is a Japanese science fantasy anthology media franchise that Square Enix developed and owns. It was created by Hironobu Sakaguchi and developed and owned by Square Enix (formerly Square). The franchise is comprised of 15 fantasy and science fantasy role-playing games.

The series‘ first game was first released in 1987. Since then, the franchise has expanded into various video game genres, including tactical role-playing, action role-playing, massively multiplayer online role-playing, racing, third-person shooter, fighting, and rhythm. It has also expanded into other forms of media, including CGI movies, anime, manga, and novels.

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