Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition
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17 March 2012
Summary: The final game that started a twenty year old series full of sequels... A quality remake of a game that doesn't quite hold up today, but if you want to see where it all started, the PSP version is a good bet.
Summary: If you like RPGs, this nice remake has to be in your collection. The graphics look smoother than ever and the music is awesome. The battle system feels a bit old and outdated, but to be honest that's what I like most about it. It's really easy to play.
Summary: If anything I think this game is worth picking up to just to experience how Final Fantasy evolved into what it is today, start from the beginning and see the FF world before it went all 3D with Amazing graphics.
Summary: the first set of one of the best sagas. His remake has been cared for and pampered in every detail, beautiful graphics that make PSP look like a SNES HD, a classic match proper systems of the first Final Fantasy, a soundtrack excellent, and moreover, the class system preserves the original SNES.
Summary: Overall this game is superb. You don't have to deal with the original NES graphics to experience this legendary title, and now this is the latest update for FF I with smooth graphics and sounds. Even better than the PSX and GBA version The only drawback of this title is, its random encounter rate is frustrating enough to make you abandon this game before finishing it.