These websites are sites that the staff at the Final Fantasy Wiki feel are very helpful to those who wish to know more about the Final Fantasy series and other Square Enix series as well.
You can link to your Final Fantasy website, provided the following:
- It must be related to Final Fantasy or another Square series.
- Your site must be active. The site must either be updated frequently (ie, at least once a month) or must have an active forum community.
- No editorializing. You should place your site in the list, and write two or three sentences describing it. What makes it unique? Saying "this is the best fansite ever!" will result in the link being removed.
- No duplicates. If your site has a forum, you can link to either the site or the forum, not both.
Related Square wikisEdit
- The Chrono Compendium: The online center for everything related to Square's Chrono series. It serves as a Chrono Wiki, as well as a host for fan projects such as movies, spinoffs, and comics, as well as a tribute to the "Dream Team" which designed the Chrono series.
- Kingdom Hearts Wiki: Wiki covering the popular Final Fantasy/Disney crossover Kingdom Hearts.
- Wikia Gaming Hub: Wikia's very own Gaming Wikia portal and directory.
- Encyclopaedia Gamia: Wikia's own database devoted to videogames.
- FFXIclopedia: The largest wiki dedicated to the Final Fantasy MMO, with 21,000+ articles and counting.
- Square Wiki: A Wikia wiki aiming to become Square/Square Enix-related Gaming Wikia Hub.
- The Keyhole (Kingdom Hearts): A growing Wikia dedicated to the fandom of the Kingdom Hearts series.
- Star Ocean Wiki: A Wikia dedicated to Square Enix's Star Ocean series.
- Wiki of Mana: A Wikia dedicated to Square Enix's Mana series (also known as Seiken Densetsu).
- The Chrono Wiki: Dedicated to Square Enix's Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross series.
- Final Fantasy Fandom Wiki: A Wikia focused on fan-created Final Fantasy content.
- Sardapedia: A Wikia dedicated to Brian Clevinger's 8-Bit Theater webcomic.
- Dead or Alive Wiki: A Wikia dedicated to Tecmo's Dead or Alive and Ninja Gaiden franchises.
- Dead Fantasy Wiki: A Wikia covering Monty Oum's popular fanmade movie series.
- Dissidia Dream Characters Wiki: Based on the popular forum thread of the same name, Dissidia Dream Characters Wiki provides fan-submitted ideas for, among other things, movesets of characters that did not appear in Dissidia Final Fantasy and its sequel.
- See RPGs on Gameshub for other Wikia wikis on RPGs.
- The Caves of Narshe: Caves of Narshe is one of the best resources on the internet for the Super NES games in the series: Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI. It also features extensive sections on the original Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy VII, and Final Fantasy Tactics as well as an extensive fanart gallery from the classic installments in the series.
- Nuklear Power, the home of 8-Bit Theater: Home to the infamous 8-Bit Theater webcomic, based on the original Final Fantasy. If you have some time to kill, check it out!
- The Final Fantasy Compendium: This is a large Final Fantasy database featuring descriptions of almost every character, weapon, class, and job in the series, as well as houses an extensive image gallery.
- Nova Crystallis: An extensive Final Fantasy site with fantastic news coverage, which is often cited by high-end video game publications. Also covers additional Square Enix properties such as Kingdom Hearts, Tomb Raider and Hitman.
- Final Fantasy Union: Final Fantasy Union is always at the forefront of news related to the franchise, and the content is extremely in-depth. Their high-quality podcast, which is rated as the #1 Final Fantasy show globally, has enabled them to get exclusive interviews with prominent developers and voice actors.
- The Lifestream: A great source for concept information, images and film clips on the FF7 Compilation games. Also provides extensive content relating to translations from Ultimania guides and Novellas.
- FinalFantasyKingdom.net: This is a growing site covering the Final fantasy series. You will find in depth coverage of the games in the series, as well as some of the spin-off titles. This includes everything from bestiaries and summons, to characters and mini games.
- UltimaFinalFantasy.com: Ultima Final Fantasy is a site and podcast dedicated to the entire Final Fantasy series, functioning both as a retrospective show and as a topical Final Fantasy news show.
- FFT Realm: Online: an MMOG based on the Final Fantasy Tactics world of Ivalice. Large player-base with an active forum.
- Final Fantasy Ecards: The biggest source of ecards from most of the Final Fantasy series.
- Final Fantasy Omega Nebula: Unmatched French website for Final Fantasy artwork. Notable for its fan-art renditions of the Final Fantasy planets.
- FFDream.com: A French site famous in its collection of Final Fantasy images which include but are not limited to: Wallpapers, official posters, screen caps, cosplay photos (good cosplay photos), conceptual art, promotion art, game scene backgrounds and much, much
- FFRing: An established French site noted for its in-depth coverage of each game, as well as high-quality news posting. They have strong ties with Square Enix France and Wayo Records. more. In French.
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