Excerpt: Final Fantasy V Advance is the middle game of the trifecta of Final Fantasy games released this fall. Of these titles, Final Fantasy V is the only game the North American audience has seen before, as it was part of Final Fantasy Anthology for the PlayStation.
Excerpt: It may not be exactly in the middle, but Final Fantasy V plays the role of the middle child. As the only SNES Final Fantasy skipped for US release, it wasn't until the PlayStation compilation Final Fantasy Anthology that American gamers were first able to play this title.
Excerpt: The Final Fantasy franchise is the most well known role playing game franchise in the United States of America. When the RPG Master heard about Final Fantasy V finally being released in the United States, this game was reserved under my mantle.
Excerpt: A little over a year ago, Square Enix announced that it was bringing the SNES Final Fantasy trilogy, that is, Final Fantasy IV, V, and VI , to Game Boy Advance, and soon released IV to the world. Now, itâ€™s Vâ€™s turn. With most any updated port should come updated graphics, and V Advance delivers.
Excerpt: I remember a time when Final Fantasy V was an enigmatic and alluring title to the American audience; reason being, it hadn't been released. I followed the fan translation projects and the import Super Famicom version, and when the game finally did come to the US (as a part of "Final Fantasy...
Excerpt: Genre: Role-Playing Publisher: Square Enix Developer: Square Enix Release Date: November 6, 2006 Despite the popularity of the Final Fantasy franchise, it has its forgotten episodes. Back in the days of the Super Nintendo and Super Famicom, four Final Fantasy games were released for the system.