great game play, just wish there were more cutscenes
Jamie Jackson, Amazon
20 August 2013
Summary: This game is a great game. I will admit that I did die quite alot so i recommend saving your game any chance that you can get. The only time you can save is when you are moving on the map. the battles are like most RPG's, you attack the monster attacks, and you attack through commands, most final fantasy games are this way. story is great, and you find new team mates along the way.
Summary: SNES. DS. iOS. If there's a gaming system that ends with S, you're sure to find FF4 on it. You probably already know the storyline. A man turns from darkness to the light in order to save his country, his planet, and so on and so forth. Even if you didn't play any of its many iterations yet, you've played something like it. Final Fantasy 4 was that influential and that prototypical.
Summary: I never played FFIV before, and this wasn't my first FF. It was lots of fun. The voice acting is a great addition, and the cutscenes and dialogue are very enjoyable. The remade soundtrack sounds great. Whether it sounds better than the original is all about your preference. It is a bit more difficult than the other FFIV versions(from what i have seen online), so it might require grinding.
Good classic JRPG, dancing in between the annoying and the absurd
10 December 2011
Summary: Final Fantasy IV on the DS is mostly a fun game that goes very light on the story, which sometimes borders on the absurd. If you come from the great era of computer RPG's AND have played japanese RPG's, then you know what to expect: there is no element of choice, there is a big focus on level advancement even though your stats are determined automatically, your role is already pre-determined and nothing you can do changes the outcome of events, and, finally, battles play...
Summary: This is my first time playing FFIV and so far, it's been great. The story is captivating and the graphical enhancements are stunning for a DS game. I'd recommend this game to anyone who is a fan of Final Fantasy games, and anyone who is willing to try one.
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: DECIDI COMPRAR EL PRODUCTO PORQUE ERA EL REGALO PERFECTO PARA MI HIJO Y ERA UN JUEGO QUE ERA DIFICIL CONSEGUIR, POR ESO ESTOY SATISFECHA CON EL SERVICIO QUE ME BRINDO EL VENDEDOR PORQUE LLEGO EN BUENAS CONDICIONES Y A TIEMPO
Summary: I really like this game. At some point I have played the port for the game boy advanced. So I liked the story before I got this version. But anyway as a remake does I like how this one had been done. The animation is nice, as well as the music, and voices.
Summary: I am a diehard final fantasy fan. I remember playing Final Fantasy II when it came out for super nintendo, but other remakes of the super nintendo final fantasies have been terrible - what was up with the added content in the GBA releases? Awful! But not this game. This game adds some features and 3D, in addition to a few (not enough, but some) cutscenes. I now know how to pronounce Cecil's name!