Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy VI Advance
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The best port of my personal all time favorite game.
24 January 2014
Summary: Words cannot describe just how perfect this game is, and how important it is to me. If you are new to JRPGs or want to get into the Final Fantasy franchise, this is where I would start. The game is just the right amount of challenging and the GBA port is definitely the easiest to fully experience the game as it should. Everything from the music, fully emotionalized sprites of the characters and controls of the game are as crisp and amazing as ever.
Summary: This game is always a pleasure to play. That old fashion game due i like random encounter, a pretty good story and a lot of characters to choose who you want in your best team. My best citation: " Better graphic don't make a better game!" Better play to old Final fantasy than the FF12 and higher.
Summary: It always been my favorite in the Final Fantasy series. When I first played back when it was first called FF III on SNES, it was a huge leap from the last FF game for its graphics and sound quality and music. Later I began to recognized the game for its characters and story. I haven't play any FF games after the FF VIII and from what I heard, the series had a decline quality for the characters and story and not judging for graphics and gameplay.
Summary: Imagine a world on the brink of destruction. Imagine a world were the peace & happiness of its people are threatened by a corrupt individual seeking to subjugate everyone to his will. Imagine the love that you have for those you would give your life to, those whose happiness is your happiness, those who toiled for you so you can have whatever you need, and now it's gone; wiped out in an instant.
Summary: Who ever played a numbered final fantasy title and had fun will have fun with number VI FFVI is a great game and a lot of people think it is the best final fantasy game ever made. Final fantasy has a great story about 50-100 hours of game play and a very cool battle system. Final fantasy VI was original released for the SNES. the GBA version is not only remastered it even features some content that the SNES version didn't have.
Summary: This game is my all time favorite. Main story includes more than 10 main characters whos individual stories make the game more than just your average linear rpg. Between main and side quests, you're guaranteed to put up over 50 hours into this one... assuming you're not just trying to fly through it.
Summary: The remake of the classic. Some call this the pinnacle of the series, but in the end Final Fantasy VI is still the greatest Final Fantasy game. You will never be bored with this one and the portability of the GBA format makes it that much better. A timeless classic.
Summary: This is a great port of a classic game! It fixes some of the bugs that were in the original, and the translation has been vastly improved. The reason i didn't give this version 5 stars is because of a few issues: 1) The GBA has worse sound capabilities than the SNES, so the music's not as good as the original version. 2) The game has a few new bugs, including one that spontaneously deletes your saved data, although this only seems to happen to some people.
Summary: The title says it all. I know this item is basically very hard to find and very expensive. But, if you have a friend that really loves Final Fantasy, I'd recommend this. She loved the gift, not only was it what she expected, it's currently taking up most of her time because she's so addicted to it. (: Who wouldn't ask for a gift like that?
A must have for fans of the series and all gamers!
9 January 2011
Summary: An installment in the Final Fantasy series that sadly gets overlooked by most, however with probably the most original and unique cast of characters and story it surpasses most other titles in the RPG class.