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.
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.
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.
Excerpt: Hear ye, hear ye, the time hath come to journey whence our RPG roots did spring. Yea, but the gardeners of ye old Square Enix did decree it too unpleasant to see the aged plants ‘twere the early RPGs the Square of old hath once foisted upon the public.
Summary: This is the game that started it all; the game that all other RPGs get their roots. Originally for the NES, it was the game that saved Squaresoft from bankruptcy and made it into the global comglomerate it is today.
Pros: Amazing visuals, Engaging story, Loads of content, Intense action, Addictive gameplay, Just plain fun
Summary: the first final fantasy is what started it all. everything from the role-playing and characters with their specials, opened up a whole new genre for years to come. this gameboy version is obviously redone, but no different.
Summary: i will sum up the game in two words. freakin sweet! both games offer tons and tons of replayability, and the weapon selection is awesome. if you were to get a handheld Final Fantasy game, this should be the one.