Reviews and Problems with FINAL FANTASY: THE 4 HEROES OF LIGHT
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Old school fun
12 December 2010
Summary: I can start by saying, if you enjoyed the FFIII and FFIV remakes, you'll love this game as well. It's a classic turn-based JRPG, and not a bad one at that. Art: supposedly the cutesy storybook art style turns off many potential buyers, but i loved it.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 .