Hello, and welcome to Final Fantasy Answers. What question do you have today?

That is a very hard question to answer. Let's see:

  • 15 main games (so far)
  • 5 direct sequels (TAY, X-2, RW, 13-2, LR)
  • 9 MMO add-ons (including Realm Reborn for XIV)
  • 3 compilation of FF7 titles
  • 2 Fabula Nova Crystalis games (Type-0 and Agito)
  • 4 Tactics games
  • 3 Final Fantasy Legend games
  • 19 "Chocobo" series spin-offs
  • 7 Crystal Chronicles games
  • 3 Crystal Defenders games
  • 2 Dissidia games
  • 10 compilation packs
  • 6 "International" special editions
  • 12 miscellaneous spin-offs
  • 48 ports/enhanced versions

So altogether, unless my math is off, that makes for a total of 148 games. And that doesn't include anime/movies, novels, trading card games and much more. Of course there are plenty of games to be released in the future. -- Emperor-PSPField Borghen LeonDK 08:58, November 27, 2013 (UTC)

148?! Holy... Mystic Quest and All the Bravest included? Is there another franchise so milked as Final Fantasy?

Yep, MQ and ATB included. As well as some Japan-only mobile phone and Facebook games that came out in the past year or two which I only discovered when researching this question. As for any other franchises, the one that comes to mind would have to be Mario Brothers. Think about how many games there are starring Mario, Luigi, Wario, Donkey Kong etc. And they're always the same thing every single time. -- Emperor-PSPField Borghen LeonDK 12:11, November 27, 2013 (UTC)

Well, the FF Legends and FF Adventure game are considered Final Fantasy in English speaking countries only.  Their original titles in Japan are as such:

  • FF Legend is Makai Toushi Sa-Ga, or Warrior in the Tower of the Spirit World ~ Sa-Ga
  • FF Legend II is Sa-Ga2 - Hiho Densetsu, or Sa-Ga 2 ~ The Treasure Legend
  • FF Legend III is 'Jiku no Hasha ~ Sa-Ga 3', or The Ruler of Time and Space ~ SaGa3 [Final Chapter]
  • FF Adventure is Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden
These games started two separate series altogether: Sa-Ga (Romancing SaGa, SaGa Frontier), and Seiken Densetsu or Mana series (Secret of Mana, Legend of Mana, Dawn of Mana).  Only FF Adventure can really be considered part of the Final Fantasy library, as it clearly states FF Gaiden in the title.  The Legends games were only renamed for English speakers to sell more titles due to familiarity.  Enuo5 Enuo 12:54, November 27, 2013 (UTC)