Title screen in Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-.

The title screen is a recurring feature that appears in all of the games in the Final Fantasy series.

The options present in the title screen are in a list format and can be traversed by using the D-pad, clicked with the mouse for the MMOs, using the stylus for Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS games, or by tapping for iOS and Android games. Its features allow the player to select if they will play a New Game, continue from a quick save, or load a saved file. Some newer games also allow for cloud saving.

The title screen usually features the game's logo, but with some exceptions, with the list format of options usually underneath the logo and positioned centrally. If the title screen doesn't feature the logo then the options for New Game, Load Game etc. usually appear in the center of the screen.

If the player presses no buttons while in the title screen the game often begins to play an intro credits sequence.

Older Final Fantasy games did not feature an opening option on the title screen; pressing the Start button or any confirmation button lead directly to the saved files menu with the New Game option present at the top.

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Layout[edit | edit source]

The common options present in the title screen are the New Game and the Load Game options which allow the player to start a game from the beginning or continue from a saved file respectively.

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Appearances[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

NES

The Nintendo Entertainment System version of the title screen features three windows draped over a black background. The options available are Continue and New Game while the third window shows the Respond Rate.

PS1

The PlayStation version of the title screen features the game's logo draped over a white background. The options available are New Game, Load Game, and Memo File.

GBA

The Game Boy Advance version features the logo draped over a white background. The options available in this screen are New Game and Load Game.

iOS

The iOS version features the logo draped over a white background. The options available in this screen are New Game, Load Game, and Resume.

PSP

The PlayStation Portable version features the logo draped over a white background. The options available in this screen are New Game and Load Game.

3DS

The Nintendo 3DS version features the logo draped over a white background on top screen. The options available in Touch screen are New Game and Load Game.

Final Fantasy II[edit | edit source]

PS1

The title screen for the PlayStation One version features a simple white background with the game's logo and the message "PUSH ANY BUTTON". Doing so reveals the options New Game and Load Game.

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Final Fantasy III[edit | edit source]

NES

The title screen features five windows draped over a black background. The options available in this screen are New Game and Message Speed, while the three windows are used for the purpose of loading a specified save file.

NDS

The screen features the logo draped over a white background. Under the logo is the opening quote from the NES version with only some of it shown at a time on a background. The options made available in this screen are New Game, Load Game, and WiFi Settings.

iOS

The title screen features the logo draped over a white background. The options available in this screen are Continue, New Game, and Load Game.

PSP

The screen features the logo on a white background. The options available are New Game, Load Game, Gallery, and Options.

Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

At first, the title screen didn't have any options on it. This option made its first appearance in the GBA release.

SNES

The title screen for the US version, Japanese version, and Easy Type version all had different title screens.

PS1
GBA
PSP
NDS

The screen has the New Game and Load Game options, while "Prelude" is playing in the background. Resume also appears if a quicksave was made.

iOS

Final Fantasy IV -Interlude-[edit | edit source]

PSP[edit | edit source]
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Final Fantasy IV: The After Years[edit | edit source]

WiiWare
PSP

The title screen features the game's logo over a white background with Amano art of Ceodore and Cecil. The options available are New Game, Select Story, Load Game, Bestiary, and Back.

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Final Fantasy V[edit | edit source]

Super Famicom
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PS1

The title screen features the game's logo on a black background. The logo's reflection can be seen on a body of water beneath it. Pressing any button takes the player to a black screen with a blue menu on the right side and a random playable character sprite walking around. The options available on the menu are New Game, Memo, Slot 1, and Slot 2.

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GBA

The logo appears on a white background. Unlike the SFC and PS1 releases, the title screen usually plays with "Prelude" instead of "Main Theme of Final Fantasy V". The options New Game, Load Game, and Extras are available. Extras has the Bestiary, which shows all the enemies killed in one save file.

iOS/Android

The title screen features the logo morphing the 2 "F"s to form the logo. Like the Advance version, the title screen plays with the game's "Prelude" theme. Their options are "Resume" to load from the quicksave file, "Load Game" to load the existing game data, and "New Game" to start the game playthrough. Other options can view achievements (iOS only), as well to access music player, Bestiary, and Help menu.

Final Fantasy VI[edit | edit source]

SNES

The original release does not have a title screen, but rather an attract reel showcasing the title's intro and opening credits, which loop. A opens the Load Game screen with the available saves unless there are none, in which the game begins from the start instead.

The title intro features thunderclouds with the title appearing wreathed in fire, cutting down to a cliff side with red specs foreshadowing the game's second act. In the lead up to the title, the music grows louder and more ominous before a choir chants "Kefka."

PS1

The title screen features a black background with a random character sprite walking around (this can be any playable character, including guests). To the right there's a box with the following options: New (selected by default), Memo, Slot 1, Slot 2, and Bonus. The character sprite will perform different animations depending on the choices selected, including falling asleep if no action is taken for a couple of minutes.

GBA

The logo appears on a white background, with the "Prelude" piano piece playing. The options New Game, Load Game, and Extras are available. Extras has the Bestiary, which shows all the enemies killed in one save file. The opening reel is similar to in the SNES version, only it also has the red image of Terra riding a Magitek armor appearing in the second vocalization.

Final Fantasy VII[edit | edit source]

The title screen has the Buster Sword stuck in the ground in front of a black background with a beam of light on the sword and the options "New Game" and "Continue?".

Regardless of any changes made to a save file, the menu will always be navigated with Circle in PlayStation versions. Controls can be configured outside of save files in PC versions so whatever is set to [OK] will select it.

The PC version is identical to the PlayStation version, however, the updated 2012 release has version and version number displayed on the bottom left corner of the screen.

The mobile versions have three buttons: one that views other apps from Square Enix, one that directs to the help website, and one that views the staff roll.

The iOS version adds in the "iCloud" option. This option will allow the player to sync iCloud data.

The PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch re-releases add the "Additional Credits" option. This will view the Credits of the re-release with "One-Winged Angel" playing in the background.

The PS4 version has the "Special Movie" option. This will view the E3 2015 trailer of Final Fantasy VII Remake.

On Xbox One and Windows 10, the player's current signed-in Gamertag is displayed at the top right of the title screen. Selecting "Select Profile" on the Xbox One version will open the system's Account Picker screen. Also, another title screen is shown with the the game logo with the same background from the original game. The "Press any button." (corrected to "Press any button" in the Windows 10 version) text is also shown. Pressing any button will go into the Loop Demo. In the Windows 10 version, a "Quit" option was added. Selecting it will exit the game. While in the main menu, pressing the F9 key or Right trigger and the Right Stick will display the button mapping screen. Pressing it again will close the button mapping screen. Also, pressing the Esc key will open the System Menu, which can be used to change the Display settings, change the button mapping or exit the game. It can also be opened during gameplay.

Final Fantasy VII Remake[edit | edit source]

The title screen shows the game logo in a black background with the "PRESS ANY BUTTON TO CONTINUE" text. The main menu screen mimics that of the original Final Fantasy VII in featuring the Buster Sword, though at a somewhat different angle and illuminated in a different way. The camera can be controlled with the Right Stick. The choices presented are "New Game," "Continue," "Load Game" and "Options."

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

The title screen has options for New Game or Load Game, with the image of Zack Fair holding the Buster Sword on Midgar Wasteland; the same image that appears in the game cover.

Similarly to Final Fantasy XII, the title screen can be skipped altogether if the player presses X during the introduction cinematic, which brings up the New Game and Load Game options without the title background itself.

Dirge of Cerberus -Final Fantasy VII-[edit | edit source]

The title screen has options for starting a game, tutorial menu and extra features. Its background image is official art of Vincent Valentine and other important characters from the game. Vincent's pose in the art is an allusion to an official artwork of him from the original Final Fantasy VII.

International[edit | edit source]
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Final Fantasy VIII[edit | edit source]

The title screen depicts the Lunar Cry with a symbol of Griever flying through it; the words "FINAL FANTASY VIII" are superimposed over Griever. Below this is the New Game/Continue selector, which can be navigated by means of the X button and the D-Pad. The title screen is identical for the PC and Remastered versions. In the Remastered version, a new title screen is shown in a white background before the original title screen with the game logo on the top and the "Press any button." or "Press Any Key" text on the bottom. Pressing any button or key will go straight into the Squaresoft logo. On Xbox One, the Square Enix, Dotemu and Access Games logos will be shown before the Squaresoft logo. Both the PC and Remastered versions have the "Credits" option added. Selecting it will view the Credits of the re-release, depening on the version. In the Remastered version Credits, "The Landing" plays in the background. On Xbox One, it shows the player's current signed-in Gamertag on the top right of the title screen. Selecting "Select Profile" will open the system's Account Picker screen. While in the main menu, pressing the F9 key or Right trigger and the Right Stick will display the button mapping screen. Pressing it again will close the button mapping screen. Also, pressing the Esc key will open the System Menu, which can be used to change the Display settings, change the button mapping or exit the game. It can also be opened during gameplay.

Final Fantasy IX[edit | edit source]

The title screen plays "The Place I'll Return to Someday", and depicts a Crystal crossed by two daggers, with the "FINAL FANTASY IX" logo superimposed over it. Beneath that is the standard New Game/Continue selection, which can be navigated by means of the X button and D-Pad. Not making any selection for a long time will cause the game to cycle through pictures of the characters along with a slogan depicting their personalities.

The mobile versions have several new buttons on the title screen, including a staff roll, language selection, a help section that will direct the player to a help website, and achievements. Along the staple New Game and Load Game are Continue, for loading the latest auto-save, and Cloud Data. Beating the game at least once adds new options to play the blackjack minigame and view FMVs from the game. The Steam version removes the help and achievements buttons, as community features are accessible at any time by pressing Shift + Tab (by default), and adds a Square Enix "E" icon, for viewing other Square Enix titles.

The PlayStation 4, Xbox One/Windows 10, and Nintendo Switch repackages insert several bumper screens, including developers' logos. a mural with a small logo, and a screen with standard medical warnings. The Square Enix icon is also removed.

The Xbox One/Windows 10 version shows the player's current signed-in Gamertag on the top right of the screen. Also, another title screen is shown with the game logo on a black background. On Xbox One, it shows a icon requiring the player to press any button to begin the game.

Final Fantasy X[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the logo under a stream of water and on a cascading blue background. The options available in this screen are New Game and Load.

"Summoning" plays for the title and load screens.

Staying at the title screen without pressing anything will cause the introduction credits to replay.

On Xbox One, the player's current signed-in Gamertag is displayed at the top right of the screen. Pressing X will open the system's Account Picker screen.

Final Fantasy X-2[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the logo draped over pictures of the protagonists, circular glyphs and stone carvings. The options available in this screen are "New Game Plus", "New Game", and "Load". The "New Game Plus" option becomes available after the player clears the game once.

"KUON: Memories of Waves and Light" plays for the title and load screens.

On Xbox One, the player's current signed-in Gamertag is displayed at the top right of the screen. Pressing X will open the system's Account Picker screen.

Final Fantasy X-2: International + Last Mission[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the logo draped over pictures of the protagonists, circular glyphs and stone carvings. There is now a black box underneath the logo labeled International + Last Mission. The options made available in this screen are "International" and "Last Mission".

On Xbox One, the player's current signed-in Gamertag is displayed at the top right of the screen. Pressing X will open the system's Account Picker screen.

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy XI[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the game's logo over a video showcasing a random location in Vana'diel. The available options are Select Character, Create Character, Delete Character, and Back. To the right of the screen is a column of horizontal boxes, one for each expansion of the game. The expansions that the player has installed will have their title highlighted, whereas the others will be grayed out.

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Final Fantasy XII[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the logo over a dark background. Below the logo, the options New Game, Load Game can be found.

In the original version, the title screen can only be seen if the player waits for the introductory cinematic to end. Pressing X during the cinematic will bring up the New Game and Load Game options with the cinematic still playing in the background.

The International Zodiac Job System introduced Trial Mode as a third option.

In The Zodiac Age, a "Credits" option is added. Choosing the Credits option plays a newly created credits sequence, many of these unique to the The Zodiac Age version of the game and featuring a newly composed theme by Hitoshi Sakimoto, "The Zodiac Age." The Steam version also adds a "Quit" option. On Xbox One, the player's current signed-in Gamertag is displayed at the top right of the screen. Pressing Y will open the system's Account Picker screen.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings[edit | edit source]

The background is an image of Lemurés stretched across both LCD screens. The top screen features the game's title, while the bottom screen features the Galbana airship with the New Game and Continue options. To see the title screen, the player can either wait for the introductory cinematic to end or skip it.

Final Fantasy XIII[edit | edit source]

The title screen has the logo on a white background with New Game, Load, Settings, and Extras underneath. The music that plays in this screen is "FINAL FANTASY XIII - The Promise".

Final Fantasy XIII-2[edit | edit source]

Similar to Final Fantasy XIII, the logo appears on a white background, with New Game, Continue, downloadable content, Beginner's Primer, Extras, and Settings underneath. "FINAL FANTASY XIII-2 - Wishes -" plays in the background.

Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII[edit | edit source]

The logo appears on the top of the screen with New Game, Continue, Settings, Install, and downloadable content underneath. Highlighting each option displays a different illustration graphic of Lightning. "Lightning Returns" plays in the background.

Final Fantasy XIV[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy XIV/Legacy[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the logo over a white background. Below the logo, the options New Game, Opening Movie, Credits, and Quit. On the upper left corner of the screen, information on the current game version can be found.

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn[edit | edit source]

This version is very similar, with the new logo on a shifting blue (with purple) background. Below the logo the options are now Play, Opening Movie (after it has been viewed once), Options, and Quit. During the beta versions the logo had a "β Version" next to the logo in a pinkish color.

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward[edit | edit source]

The title screen is changed to a dark background featuring snowfall, with the Heavensward logo slowly rippling into form in the center. Menu options remain unchanged from 2.x.

Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood[edit | edit source]

The title screen features a black background with flames rising from the bottom, with the game logo swiftly burned into the foreground from left to right. The logo ripples from a heat shimmer effect. Menu options remain unchanged from 2.x.

Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers[edit | edit source]

The title screen features a forested landscape, above which the everlasting light of the First is being parted to reveal the night sky, as seen in the opening cinematic. Patch 5.3 introduced the option to change the title screen to a prior version, with the exception of the Legacy title screen. Previously, title screens were locked to the then-current expansion. The title screen reverts the default title screen upon restarting the program.

Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

The instrumental version of "Somnus" plays in the title screen. The background featured is of the night sky and the moon slowly passing by. The title screen features the logo and options for New Game (New Game+ (added in patch after beating the story)), Load Game, Trailer (Judgement Disc only) Order FFXV (Judgement Disc and Windows Edition Demo only), Chapter Select (added in patch after beating the story), DLC (added in patch), Special (added in patch), Challenges (Stadia only), Special Gift from Twitch Prime (Windows Edition only, added in patch), Options, Licenses, Credits, Change Profile (Xbox One only), Mod (Windows Edition only, added in patch), FFXV Information (added in patch) and Quit Game (Windows Edition only). If the player idles in the title screen, the background will slowly change from night to dawn to day to dusk and back to night, but seeing the whole cycle would take approximately one hour and thirty minutes. The Xbox One version and the Windows Edition (Microsoft Store version) shows the player's current signed-in Gamertag on the top left of the screen.

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Upon completion of the story, the title screen features the "complete" version of the Final Fantasy XV logo, with Noctis sitting and sleeping alongside Luna. The background sky now begins at dawn, reflecting the end of the Starscourge, and the instrumental version of "Somnus" is replaced with "Noctis", the protagonist's leitmotif.

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The downloadable episodes feature the character of whose episode it is, and likewise get a new title screen for clearing the episode.

Final Fantasy XV Episode Duscae[edit | edit source]

The title screen for the demo has the same music and the background as for the main game. It has options for New Game, Load Game, and Options. Pressing Menu or Options will view Licenses. The background shows a sky that changes depending on what "time" it is in the demo. "Soul fragments", seen in the Final Fantasy XIII trilogy and early trailers when the game was still called "Versus XIII", glimmer in the sky.

Platinum Demo – Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

The instrumental version of "Somnus" plays on the background with a close-up of Carbuncle against a sky.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode Gladiolus[edit | edit source]

The title screen for Gladiolus Amicitia's DLC episode shows Gladiolus sitting before a campfire at night with a mug in his hand. After completing the episode, the title screen is updated to have the Genji Blade leaning against the side of his chair.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode Prompto[edit | edit source]

The title screen for Prompto Argentum's DLC episode shows Prompto in his Tundra Attire standing against a winter sky at night. After completing the episode, the title screen changes to have Prompto holding Lion Heart over his shoulder against a winter sky during the day.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ignis[edit | edit source]

The title screen for Ignis Scientia's DLC episode shows Ignis in his Crownsguard Casual standing against a view of the damaged Altissia. After completing the episode's Chapter 3, Verse 2, the title screen changes to have Ignis in his Kingsglaive Garb. The two versions of the title screen can be switched between at the player's discretion.

Final Fantasy XV: Episode Ardyn[edit | edit source]

The title screen for Ardyn Izunia's DLC episode shows Ardyn sitting upon the throne of Lucis. After completing the episode, the title screen changes to have Ardyn and Aera Mirus Fleuret together under a tree. The two versions of the title screen can be switched between at the player's discretion.

Final Fantasy Tactics[edit | edit source]

PS1

The title screen features the game's logo over a section of the map of Ivalice. The options available are New Game, Continue, Tutorial, and Sound.

PSP

The title screen for Final Fantasy Tactics: War of the Lions features the game's logo over a map of Ivalice. The options available are New Game, Continue, and Tutorial.

iOS
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Final Fantasy Tactics Advance[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the logo drawing (a Judge with a Grimoire), in green, stretched across both LCD screens. The bottom screen features the title and the following options: New Game, Load, Continue, Trade and Language.

Crystal Defenders[edit | edit source]

Smartphones
PSP

The title screen features a simplistic design, with the logo draped over a white background featuring a crystal. The options available in this screen are Start Game, Help, and Devplay.

"Main Theme" from Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift plays in the background.

PS3
X360
WiiWare
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Final Fantasy Type-0[edit | edit source]

PSP

The title screens for each of two UMDs sport an icon on the bottom right of the screen, indicating whether or not that UMD allows the functionality of multiplayer, as well as an icon on the bottom left which indicates their respective disc numbers. The two title screens share an image of the logo draped over a background of an enlarged Rubrum emblem.

The title screen of the first disc contains the options New Game, Load Game, History, and Options, while also sporting an icon on the bottom right of the screen to indicate a single player experience. The title screen of the second disc contains the options titled Load Game, Mission List, Multiplayer, History, Options, and also an icon on the bottom right of the screen which indicates a multiplayer experience. Multiplayer is only available on the second disc due to the linearity of the content on the first disc.

PS4/XB1

The title screen features the game's golden logo. The options include New Game, Continue, Missions, History, and Preferences.

On Xbox One, the player's current signed-in Gamertag is displayed at the bottom left of the title screen. Pressing Y will open the system's Account Picker screen

"Logical Conclusions" plays in the background for all title screens.

Final Fantasy Agito[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the game's logo over a shaded background. The options available are New Game and Load Game.

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time[edit | edit source]

DS[edit | edit source]

The top screen features the game's title over a baby blue background. The bottom screen has the options Start and Options, and features the game's logo drawing of Sherlotta in her cat form and a crystal.

Wii[edit | edit source]
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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a Darklord[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Mystic Quest[edit | edit source]

There are no options on the title screen in the game; pressing a button transitions to the load menu screen, where the player will have a chose to pick either a New Game or one of three possible save games.

Final Fantasy Adventure[edit | edit source]

GB

The title screen is a simple screen with a stylized logo, it has two options on it. Located right below the logo of the game is the New Game and Continue option. "Rising Sun", the theme of the Mana series, plays throughout.

Mobile/PSV

This release launches in landscape with artwork of Sumo in battle, followed by the Square Enix logo, and then a white screen with the new Adventures of Mana logotype. Tapping this title screen will offer game start options. Four buttons on the upper-right corner allow for cloud save push/pull, links to other games, game settings, and an option to switch between the approximated original soundtrack and the re-scored version. As before, the theme is "Rising Sun".

The Final Fantasy Legend[edit | edit source]

The title screen has two options on it, located right below the logo of the game is the Start and Continue option. By holding Holding Down, Start, and the B button while on the title screen, the player will have access to the Sound Test.

Final Fantasy Legend II[edit | edit source]

The title screen has two options on it, right below the logo of the game is the New Game and Continue option. By holding the Select, Start, and B button while on the title screen, the player will have access to the Sound Test. A bug occurs where the save-counter value from the loading screen is carried over if the player happen to go there first, leading to overflow and illegal values for the Sound Effect option.

Final Fantasy Legend III[edit | edit source]

The title screen has two options on it, New Game and Continue, displayed below the title logo.

Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light[edit | edit source]

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Bravely Default[edit | edit source]

The top LCD screen is entirely dark, with the game's logo illuminated by an animated butterfly flying around the screen. The bottom screen shows the available options: New Game, Continue, Members, and AR Movie (an augmented reality introduction to the characters).

In the For the Sequel update, and by extension the localized version, the bottom screen initially shows three save files instead. Selecting one leads to four available options: Continue, AR Movie, New Game Plus and Special Movie (a game-engine based, interactive cutscene using the console's gyroscoping features, and that serves as a teaser for Bravely Second: End Layer). Only the Continue and AR Movie options are initially accessible, the other two must be unlocked after defeating Ouroboros.

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Starting from Chapter 6, the title screen will change slightly: in the Japanese version, the first letters of the subtitle "Flying Fairy" will turn red and disappear, leaving the words "Lying Airy". In the localized version, this is retained, but with the subtitle "Where the Fairy Flies" turning into "Airy Lies".

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Bravely Archive[edit | edit source]

The screen shows the two main characters, Daria and Chalia, appearing to be conversing at a massive library. In the global version, a giant glowing crystal is shown.

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Bravely Second: End Layer[edit | edit source]

In the demo, the top LCD screen is entirely white, with the game's logo showing an image of a city through it. The bottom screen initially shows three save files.

In the main game, the top screen is also entirely white with the logo instead showing the night sky and stars. The bottom screen, also white, shows three save files, and a box with Special Gifts next to two more boxes, Delete and Copy. After reaching a certain point and choosing the game file with the hourglass, the screen changes, showing the night sky and stars with the logo now in white. The letter S and P appear in front of End Layer, so it says Send Player. The lower screen becomes black with the boxes for Continue, New Game +, and AR movie.

Final Fantasy Dimensions[edit | edit source]

Android/iOS

The title screen features the game's logo over a white background. To the right of the screen are the available options: Resume, Load Game, New Game, and Help. The title screen of the iOS version is identical to the Android one, with the exception of the added option "Shop".

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Dissidia Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the game's logo over a white background. The options available are New Game, Load Game, and Data install.

Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

The title screen features the game's logo over a white background. To the right of the screen are the available options: New Game, Load Game, and Extras (inclusive of Data install).

Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia[edit | edit source]

All versions

A bumper screen shows Mog atop a placard warning players of risks associated with the gacha system as used in the game, also advising minors to seek consent prior to play.

Golden Master release to version 1.6.0 (GL)/1.11.0 (JP) or Clean Install

The title screen shows the game logo and company logos superimposed on a crystal with a dynamic background. A cog wheel appears in the lower left for access to troubleshooting options. The player must tap the screen to proceed.

Versions 1.6.1 to 1.11.1 (GL)/1.12.0 (JP)

In commemoration of the game's first anniversary, the title screen features the above logos with a portrait of the primary protagonists who are permanently recruitable by the time of this update. The cog wheel remains at the lower left.

Original game Characters
Final Fantasy Warrior of Light
Final Fantasy II Firion
Final Fantasy III Onion Knight
Final Fantasy IV Cecil (Dark Knight)
Final Fantasy V Bartz
Final Fantasy VI Terra
Final Fantasy VII Cloud
Final Fantasy VIII Squall
Final Fantasy IX Zidane
Final Fantasy X Tidus
Final Fantasy XI Shantotto
Final Fantasy XII Vaan
Final Fantasy XIII Lightning
Final Fantasy XIV Y'shtola
Final Fantasy XV Noctis
Final Fantasy Tactics Ramza
Final Fantasy Type-0 Ace
Version 1.12.0 to 1.13.0 (GL)

Same as previous versions, but adds a Data Backup button.

Version 1.13.1 (GL)/1.24.0 (JP)

In commemoration of the game's second anniversary, the portrait has been expanded to include protagonists representing sequels and spin-off titles. All options remain as above, but the Data Backup button has moved to the bottom-center of the screen.

Original game Characters
Final Fantasy Warrior of Light
Final Fantasy II Firion
Final Fantasy III Onion Knight
Final Fantasy IV Cecil (Paladin)
Final Fantasy V Bartz
Final Fantasy VI Terra
Final Fantasy VII Cloud
Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII- Zack
Final Fantasy VIII Squall
Final Fantasy IX Zidane
Final Fantasy X Tidus
Final Fantasy X-2 Yuna
Final Fantasy XI Shantotto
Final Fantasy XII Vaan
Final Fantasy XIII Lightning
Final Fantasy XIII-2 Serah
Final Fantasy XIV Y'shtola
Final Fantasy XV Noctis
Final Fantasy Tactics Ramza
Final Fantasy Type-0 Ace
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Ring of Fates Yuri
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time Sherlotta
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers Layle
World of Final Fantasy Lann & Reynn

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

3DS

The title screen features the game's logo on the top LCD screen and the message "Touch to start" on the bottom one. Touching it will allow the player to choose a pre-existing profile or, if playing for the first time, creating a new one.

iOS
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Theatrhythm Final Fantasy Curtain Call[edit | edit source]

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Pictlogica Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

Android

It features the title screen on the top, the start button in the middle and the settings on the bottom.

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Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade[edit | edit source]

Android
iOS
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Final Fantasy All the Bravest[edit | edit source]

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper[edit | edit source]

Depending on the current holidays or game-related happenings, the title screen may change thematically. Along with the temporary change of the title screen, its musical theme also changes.

World of Final Fantasy[edit | edit source]

The title screen features a black background with the game logo in the center, with the prompt "PRESS ANY BUTTON" in white text underneath it. After following the prompt, the player is taken to the title screen menu while a voice of a random character in the game utters "World of Final Fantasy". The game logo appears on the right side of this screen, while the options are shown on the left.

The options between all versions are New Game, Continue, and Config.

PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita

The Cross-Save option is found beneath Continue, while the Downloadable Content option is underneath Config. In World of Final Fantasy for the PlayStation 4, Theater Mode is included underneath Downloadable Content when the game is upgraded to Version 1.02.

World of Final Fantasy Maxima[edit | edit source]

In the Maxima version, the original logo artwork is replaced with a new one to reflect this. When playing World of Final Fantasy for the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, Theater Mode is located underneath Config. In the Xbox One version, the Active Profile is shown on the bottom left of both the Title Screen and the Main Menu. The player can change their profile from the Main Menu by pressing Y.

After clearing the Postscript at least once, the New Game+ option appears underneath New Game. When playing on a New Game+ file or a new file, this option is removed until the player clears the Postscript again on their file.

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