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6.7 out of 10

Final Fantasy Anthology

Showcasing two installments of SquareSoft's wildly popular role- Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Four Stars

michelle lizotte, Amazon
17 July 2014
Overall 10
10

old school levels 50 jobs it's also nice

Miguel Barclay, Amazon
12 June 2014
  • Summary: cutscenes like it jobs 50 levels levels are normal and hard mode at the same time impressed i like it
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Overall 4
4.0

Great games, not-so-great ports.

Luke, Amazon
13 June 2013
  • Summary: First of all, if you're planning on playing these games on anything other than a CRT TV - don't. There's a ton of noticeable sprite flickering when you play on an HD TV which is not prevalent on the Super Nintendo version. I won't go into detail about the games themselves. Long story short, they're fantastic games which each have distinctive styles. FFV introduced a class system to the FF series, which adds a lot more strategic depth than you'd expect from an FF game.
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Overall 10
10

Classic Gaming

Ralthis, Amazon
17 October 2012
  • Summary: Final Fantasy VI is one of those games that never goes too far out of style, despite its age. Still well worth playing, and you have Final Fantasy V included with it!
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Overall 8
8.0

Great games with some extras for fans

Starman Deluxe Jr., Amazon
29 March 2010
  • Summary: This is an excellent version of FF6 (FF3 in the US), and also includes the first international translated release of FF5 for those of you who never played it. Both games feature CG movies at the beginning and end, and a few bonus extras that are unlocked once you finish the games. Graphics are the same as the SNES, which was ahead of its time anyway. The CG movies are amazing, and really put you into the mood to play.
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Overall 10
10

One of the greatest games of all time

Nica W., Amazon
16 July 2005
  • Summary: I've adored FFVI since it was released as FF3 in North America. I also loved everything I heard about FFV, so I bought Anthology when I found it. I haven't regretted it for one minute. If you like true RPGs then you will love this set. FFV is amazing. You can probably find storyline summaries, so I'll just say that the graphics were state-of-the-art in their time, the storyline is great compared to some of the more modern Final Fantasies, the characters are cute...
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Overall 10
10
Gameplay 10
10
Lastability 10
10

Two Final Fantasy games for £20.....

sanjurosa..., Ciao
28 December 2004
  • Excerpt: "...this for a minute. Two Final Fantasy games for the price of one *rappy kart racer or somthing of the like. This is insanity...... exploit it! Okay, that's the first good thing.... First I'll cover Final Fantasy IV. Pros: Okay, This is a Final Fantasy game, meaning it is a worthy buy on it's own, let alone with another one! It has most of the staples that make Final Fantasy games great...... Namely, Huge storyline, great fight systems(including ...
  • Pros: Two games, It's Final Fantasy  * ammit !
  • Cons: snes graphics
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Overall 10
10

Two of the finest Final Fantasy games ever made....

Joe Sherry, Amazon
27 December 2004
  • Summary: While I have enjoyed every game in the series,let's just face the fact that ever since the series went all-graphics and presentation,some of the other features that make a good rpg have gone downhill.The stories are weaker,the characters are less likable and the battle systems are either too confusing or too dull.Anyway,Final Fantasy Anthology is a testament to what Final Fantasy used to be.Unpretentious,fun and full of heart.The first game in this collection is Final...
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Overall 2
2.0

I hate all RPGs!!

KarlMarxEmilioZapata, Amazon
14 July 2004
  • Summary: I have played this game and I hate it!! Instead of just killing people and blowing up tanks, you have to walk around and find stuff; and when you do fight, you engage one enemy at a time take turns fighting, how stupid is that?!! NOBODY take turns figting in real life. Also, why does Final Fantasy and a bunch of other RPGs take place in Medieval Times? Why is it all ogre and dragon slaying? I also don't like FF's mixture of Medieval and modern technology.
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 8
8.0
Lastability 8
8.0

A couple of old Fantasy's relived...

tom1clare, Ciao
25 June 2004
  • Excerpt: "...it or love it, the Final Fantasy legacy has firmly established itself among the very most popular franchises in gaming today. It was, of course, the emergence of Final Fantasy VII back in 1997 that sent the Japanese RPG series rocketing towards its current worldwide-phenomenon status, but for many years we European gamers had been kept in the dark as to the series’ beginnings. After a ridiculously long wait, Final Fantasy VI was given a half-hearted ...
  • Pros: Two classic games with retro appeal, supreme longevity as a package, very playable, nice soundtrack
  • Cons: Dated and basic visuals, tough to get into, the two titles are quite similar
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