Summary: This is the best Final Fantasy game in a long time! It's so much fun and it's easy to get absorbed into the game. The battle system is new and different, making it fun and challenging to beat bosses and random battles.
Summary: I have been playing Final Fantasy since the first NES release way back in the 80s. I am a huge fan of classic RPGs and love the DS (being the greatest system for classic style RPGs in the market). I read a lot of reviews about this game and had mixed expectations before playing.
Summary: I have played every Final Fantasy ever released - and I still remember anticipating the release of FF 4 (FF 2 U.S.) for the SNES. So, yes - I am an old school RPGer. I like turn-based battle systems, non-linear gameplay, and having to level-up to continue my adventure.
Summary: The 4 Heroes of Light is so different from what I expected from a modern Final Fantasy game, and that's a compliment. When I think of current Final Fantasy games, I think of overwrought, overcomplicated productions. The 4 Heroes of Light reminds me more of an Atlus game.
Summary: First of all, if your a fan of traditional RPG, this game will throw you off in its battle system. You cant select your target, either healing or attacking, and most of the time I tend to forget to equip spells I bought thinking it will automatically be used in battle.
a classic game made by the greatest video game company in the world
Ivan Orozco, Amazon
13 December 2010
Summary: final fantasy the 4 heroes of light rocks its the greatest video game in the world a true classic the best of the best final fantasy the 4 heroes of light rock square enix is the greatest video game company in the world there true genius the best of the best square-enix rocks all the games that...
Summary: The classic JRPG we all wanted when everything after FFX started to fall off from the Final Fantasy games we all loved. Compared to the main series of games, The 4 Heroes of Light would mostly take after FFIII (DS version to be precise), but compared to FFIII, T4HoL is definitely more polished in...
Summary: I'd almost say that FF is the wrong moniker for this game, especially comparing it to recent FF games. TBH, it is more like the Dragon Quest games, or the first few FFs. Truly Epic, Truly Awesome. Also, Bravely Default:Flying Fairy (this game's spiritual sequel) is now slated for a western release!