Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls
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Link81578 , GameStop
18 October 2011
Summary: I know it has been released a bazillion times, but this re-release is a welcomed one. It's humbling to re-play this classic & see the origins of the series. The bonus content doesn't hurt the package in any way either. Yoy may have played it before, but it's still just as good and now you can take it everywhere. Sweet!
FF: Dawn of Souls is a must for seasoned and even beginner RPG players. 5/5
10 August 2011
Summary: This game is just AWESOME. It cuts the crap you get on nowadays RPGs, which usually include pointless tutorials and systems for everything. In Final Fantasy Dawn of Souls, all you get is what you need. The adventure takes you straight up where you need to be, and even though it's an explorable world, there is usually just one path to follow, which makes the whole experience not just light and quick but also very portable and, since it includes both Final Fantasy I and...
great game, i reccomend it to any one who loves RPG's.
2 June 2011
Summary: This game is a great game, it is fun, entertaining, and addicting, the games have bonus additions that other games don't have such as Final Fantasy 1 have 4 bonus dungeons, and Final Fantasy 2 has the Souls of Rebirth "add on"
Summary: Final Fantasy: Dawn of Souls is an enjoyable, old school RPG. It consists of both Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II. Because these games are about 15 years old, they aren't for everyone, but if you like old school RPGs with turn based combat, you won't go wrong here. The stories aren't on the level of modern games, but are still enjoyable. There is some extra content to both games, which is always a plus, and just adds a few hours to some good RPG classics.
Summary: first off this game is a great deal its 2 games in one what more could u want. its your typical JRPG old school turn based system that never fails the graphics r good for the GBA it took me 24 hours and 58 seconds to beat FF1 im working on 2 the music is great and this is a must buy for final fantasy fanboys or anyone who likes a good JRPG its not the best final fantasy game but it is great and its the one that started it all so u cant go wrong with it
Summary: The improvements made to the games, especially Final Fantasy I, are simply amazing. Everything has been fine-tuned, from the battle systems to the graphics. I don't have a single complaint about these titles. It was everything I thought it should be when it was first released on the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Summary: Lives up to everything I could expect...Can't put it down. Really sets the stage for the follow up's to the series. I can honestly say Final Fantasy I really is the start to great RPG gaming and mastered the turn based style from the very start. I would recommend this game to anyone who ever had any doubt about it.
Excerpt: Several years ago, Square, for some reason, decided to remake the first two installments of their Final Fantasy franchise on Bandai's ill-fated Japan-only handheld system, the Wonderswan Color, and thus, neither would see foreign release. However, Square eventually decided to port the remakes to the Playstation in the collection Final Fantasy Origins in 2003.