Summary: This game is pretty awesome. I played the game back when i was a mere lad and enjoyed it then, so when my english teacher challenged us with a video game project i decided to revisit this game. I fell in love with the game all over again, there are so many reoccuring themes that translate so well to the time frame that the game is played in. The most solid theme was that even the greatest of things can be the worst of things in the wrong hands.
Summary: Graphics are impressive; solid battle system, items, equipment, and storyline. Highly addictive. the augment feature adds a challenge to those who want to earn 100% completion on everything and grab gear that carries over to new game+
Summary: Great game, graphics have really been updated, intro is especially nice. The gameplay has been tweaked a bit with new abilities, weapons/armor, and nice voiceovers. The game has the classic Final Fantasy combat all of us RPGers have come to know and love. Leveling up is still a major need, so all of you grind lovers will enjoy. Overall a great improvement of the original SNES version, and a good buy for any fan of the series.
Summary: I personally have a deep love for the Final Fantasy series. So when I found out that Final Fantasy IV came out, I knew I had to get it. The game is remade quite the same way Final Fantasy III was. They did change a few things like map placement and such as well as having the game rely mostly on the buttons than the touch screen which I was okay with. They added cut scenes with some pretty good voice acting, I must say.
Summary: So I jumped into the FF series VERY late, and decided to go in no logical order (that also happens to be chronologically), so I had no experience with the dynamic battle system inherent in the later games until this point. I was very pleasantly surprised. The main problem with FF 1-3 (apart from the unimaginative stories) was that once you figured out who was weak to what, the game became a grindfest until you could easily defeat higher enemies.
Excerpt: After attacking a peaceful village and stealing its greatest treasure, Cecil, Dark Knight and Lord Captain of the Red Wings of Baron, finds himself doubting the intentions and morals of his king who order him to kill innocents. Upon questioning his king's intentions Cecil's command of the Red Wings is revoked and he is sent out with his friend Kain to deliver a package to the village of Mist.
Summary: This game was a walk through memory lane, and then some. I played the original back when it was FF2 for the SNES, and picked this up on a whim to see if it was as good as I remembered. Sure enough, it was! The DS graphics give this game a great look, and the music scores are a delight. The voice overs are fun, and add a nice element when they are used, but don't occur with the frequency that I would have liked.