The NEW FFExtreme website is set to release TBD 2018.
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Progress Update

The revival of FFExtreme is still in progress. After some development delays and a few other priorities pushing the release timeframe back, we'll update the TBD release to 2018. The new site is currently 60% completion and will be the biggest release ever for FFExtreme's history!

The new site offers a complete admin backend to allow non-technical staff to continue keeping the site updated. Whether it's just updating content, posting a new article or creating new game sections, custom work on the new site allows this to be done with ease. In addition to a new forum, various social features like notifications, site-wide login, and more will make their way onto FFE as well.

Soon we'll be looking for staff to help manage the upcoming site, so keep your eyes on FFExtreme in the upcoming months! And thank you everyone for your patience and continued support.

Final Fantasy game series began in 1987 as a console role-playing game, developed by a small Japanese publishing company named Square Co. LTD. Up to that point the company had mostly published smaller games which sold respectably, but by no means were they a blockbuster success, so the idea to create a game similar to competitor Enix's Dragon Quest was born and work began on a massive one-megabit cartridge role-playing game that would attempt to revolutionize and transform the genre. All of Square's resources and hopes were placed on this single project and if it failed, Square would no longer exist. It was fittingly named "Final Fantasy." The first game was a huge success, and each sequel has been even more successful. As of 2008, there are twenty-eight games and more than 85 million units sold. The series holds seven Guinness World Records in the Guinness World Records Gamers' Edition 2008.

Most of the stories are independent, but featuring common elements defining the franchise. The games take place on a fantasy world with three large continents; the elemental powers on this world are determined by the state of four orbs (or crystals in later localizations), each ruling one of the four classical elements: earth, fire, water and wind. Numerous races inhabit this fantasy world, including Humans, Elves, Dwarves, Dragons, Mermaids and Robots. Each non-Human race has its own "town" in the game, although individuals are sometimes found in Human towns or other areas as well.