Summary: The ultimate story of redemption re-told in brilliant 16-bit glory. This version surpasses it's ds re-make in my eyes by far. With so much graphical overhaul from it's original release (FF2 snes) this is a perfect portable rpg and it lives up to it's name, Final Fantasy.
Summary: I loved it. This was the game that got me addicted to rpgs when i was younger. A little partial but honestly...we haven't seen an rpg written like this for a long while.
Pros: This game is an excellent reproduction of the original. Improvementes have been placed abound. From new spell names to character art with more color. Faithful to the orignal yet it has it's own flair to keep you playing. This version is more like the japanese SNES cart.
Cons: The changes to the storyline are minimal but long time fans will notice that many of the great mistranslations have been nuked. No more package from the king and ...sadly we will no longer have a spoon for your soup ;)
Excerpt: Rating: 7+ There are four crystals on this world (Fire,earth,wind and water) and they are being looked after by different Kingdoms but the King of Baron wants them all and orders his soldiers to seize the crystals.
Summary: i used to play alot of rpgs, some of my favourite include FFVIII and the more recent Blue Dragon and Eternal Sonata. recently i've just been a little 'off' towards rpg's and really couldn't be bothered with it all.
Summary: Having played both the original Japanese and US versions years ago, this was a trip down a rather hazy memory lane. For those who are new to this gem in the series, it follows the fortunes of Cecil the dark knight and his fellow adventurers as they battle an unknown evil.
Summary: Having played Final Fantasy VII, VIII, Baldurs Gate and a couple of other rpgs I still feel pretty new to rpg's, despite really liking what I've played. So I decided to believe all the hype (a lot of rpg fans reckon this is one of the best final fantasys) and gave this a try.