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.
Excerpt: If you have played (and loved[as you shoud have done if you are sane]), just sit and think about 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....
Excerpt: Whether you like 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...
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
Excerpt: Welcome to the past. Find your origins. Discover the roots of your passions. These words describe what an FF fan can do with this double release of Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy V on PS. The game, originally on the SNES, are now 8 years old. But they still are two of the best RPG's ever made.
Excerpt: The Final Fantasy Anthology contains Final Fantasy IV and Final Fantasy V. What's more, you can get them both together in this package for under twenty pounds. If you liked Final Fantasy VII and VIII then playing these two games is a way to see how the later games have evolved.
Excerpt: I purchased this game on release date after seeing it advertised on the official squaresoft website and also on online game websites such as gameplay. Final Fantasy Anthology (FFA) is two games in one, FF4 and FF5. These games are PSX releases of FF1 and FF2 for NES and SNES.
Summary: Final Fantasy Anthology features the Playstation debut of Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI. FFVI first appeared on the SNES, but was known as Final Fantasy III at the time (it was the third Final Fantasy to make it to America, but the sixth overall in Japan).
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.