"RELIVE your favorite FINAL FANTASY moments in the megahit from Japan, FINAL FANTASY Record Keeper!
Fight with your favorite FINAL FANTASY heroes, battle through classic FINAL FANTASY moments, restore the lost memories and save the world once again."
-As described on the official website here.
Launched internationally just about two weeks ago. It's basically really old school Final Fantasys' combat system mixed with Stamina paced dungeon venturing. There are two ingame currencies: Mythrils and Gems, though they have the exact same function and purpose. Only difference is that Mythril is earned from gameplay and Gems are bought with those wrinkly papers and flimsy plastic cards in your smelly wallet(s).
It also has its own dreaded (or beloved) Gachapon-esque system, the "Relic Draw", but I find it basically a cash grab only targeted for the nostalgic old farts; the game is completely playable without using a single weapon exclusive to the Gachapon due to its gameplay mechanics. I pre-registered, started at launch, and have yet to pull a Relic Draw outside of the mandatory one at the end of the tutorial (and I did not even bother resetting for a good one). In 4 to 5 days, I cleared all the Normal dungeons that are currently available, and that's with terrible management of my Stamina since it recovers 1 Stamina/3 minutes.
Recruiting characters is done through the normal dungeons, and some are tied to specific events on rotation, e.g. the current event rewards Tifa and Sephiroth after completing certain floors.
Combat is turn based with characters able to either:
-Use up to two abilities with varying usage limits
Equipment and orbs to make abilities are drop based and some are also given for clearing dungeons. There's also a couple given for "Mastering" a dungeon.
The Official Strategy site/wiki page
The subreddit that basically has EVERYTHING on the sidebar
Think that covers most of it. Anyone else having a blast with it as I am? About to finish the FF7 event dungeon tonight once my Stamina allows and get the iconic antagonist.