Reviews and Problems with FINAL FANTASY: THE 4 HEROES OF LIGHT
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I may be biased, but...
17 March 2013
Summary: I like the art and the music a lot in this game, probably because one of the first video games I played as a child was FFIX, which went with the more childish cutesy theme. That's not a problem for me. I also don't at all mind the grinding that you have to do to play the game, since some of the bosses are outrageously difficult in comparison to the difficulty of the random encounter foes, and you don't get many experience points per encounter.
Summary: Nothing out of the ordinary for square. i bought this game cause i heard some pretty OK things about it. Its nothing out of the usual, and is kinda a mix between ff1 ff4 and some of the other ff's with a few twists here and there. Nothing spectacular but a solid rpg.
Summary: I admit I'm a packrat. I like things. I like accumulating things. I like having lots of things on hand just in case I need them. This game was incredibly, unbelievably challenging for me. I couldn't finish it. I couldn't even get half way through the game. The inventory management boss just kept wearing me down. Each character has only 15 inventory slots.
Summary: Overall: 3/5 Art Direction: 4/5 Sound: 4/5 Gameplay: 2/5 Story: 1/5 Multiplayer: 0/5 I regret to say that I didn't read any of the helpful reviews for this game before I decided to get it. It would have saved me a lot of time and frustration. Art Direction: The first thing you'll notice about this game is that it looks attractive, and it looks like it's for kids. (It's not for kids - more on that later.
Summary: At first I was rather excited that there was a new Final Fantasy game for the DS. I'm a fan of the series; I love RPG and Adventure and I love the character-focused story that has been a staple of Final Fantasy for so long. I wondered whether it was a remake of something and did some checking, discovering that it was a new game. So I pre-ordered it (along with a game guide) and eagerly awaited it. I was disappointed.
Excerpt: Age rating: 12+ Players: Main game - 1 Player. Side game - 1 - 4 Players Can be bought new and used for £10+ on ebay.co.uk Final Fantasy is an RPG series I have often enjoyed playing; due to the storylines and universes the games majestically created. And what more could I ask for when I found one that was not only portable but had a turn based battle system? It's a style of game play that I love.
Pros: Good soundtrack, nice graphics, gets better at the half way point .
Cons: Frustrating game play, it's not interesting or gripping at the start .
Summary: „Final Fantasy“ galt einst als Inbegriff des typisch japanischen Rollenspiels. In den letzten Jahren hat sich die Reihe jedoch immer weiter in eine Richtung entwickelt, die vielen alteingesessenen Fans nicht mehr gefallen hat, gerade westliche Spieler fühlten sich mit den neuen Elementen oftmals überfordert.
Summary: Allgemeine Informationen: Titel: Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light System: DS / DSi Entwickler: Matrix Games Publisher: Koch Media Genre: Rollenspiel USK/PEGI: Ab 6 Jahren / 12+ Spieler: Offline: 1 / Online: 2-4 Release: 08.10.2010 Meinung: Nun hat auch ein neuer Final-Fantasy-Ableger wieder mal Nintendos DS erreicht. The Heroes 4 Light beginnt zunächst erstmal mit einer platten Story, was ich aber nicht so tragisch finde.