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: 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: This game is so cool it was hard for me to put it down. I played it over and over again and even though I've beaten it already its still just as fun to play. Of course the story line is great and the graphics are suprisingly good as is the sound and control.
Summary: These two classic games have been re-released for the third time, now on the Game Boy Advance. First I will discuss Final Fantasy, followed by Final Fantasy II. In FF, the world was shrouded in darkness.
Summary: This game is amazing. It is the first ever Final Fantasy games ever.. all on one game pack. The graphics have improved since the original releases. Final Fantasy 1 In Final Fantasy one, you take control of 4 heros. You can select their class, and name.
Summary: Everybody thats a true Final Fantasy fan will have already got Final Fantasy Origins for the PS1 and would have thought that this FF1 was far to easy with the only set backs being that money was hard to come by then in FF2 many people would say that this was the worse advancement system that has...
Summary: Je trouve cette compilation très bien, les deux sont assez long. Le 1 est facile, le scénario pas recherche du tout. Le 2 est plus dur et le système pour augmenter les stats, les armes et les magies est très original. Donc je trouve que cette compilation est superbe.