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Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection — Staff Review
31 March 2012
Excerpt: Final Fantasy is a series well known for its ports and remakes, but out of the series, one game stands above them all as one of the most frequently remade games of all time. Final Fantasy IV has seen six iterations over the years appearing on the SNES, PlayStation, WonderSwan Color, GameBoy...
Excerpt: Final Fantasy VII may be the most successful turn-based RPG of all time, but for many gamers particularly RPG enthusiasts Final Fantasy IV was the game that changed everything. It was a rich, deep, and epic adventure, one that ushered in a new era of role-playing games with an unrivaled score, an...
Summary: Parents need to know that Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection is a traditional role-playing game with mild fantasy violence. There is some mild cussing, a few references to alcohol use, and some of the female characters wear sexy outfits.
Excerpt: They just don't make them like they used to. That simple phrase usually means one of two things about the person using it: he is either an elitist or simply waxing nostalgic. In the gaming community, the phrase can be a good thing or a bad thing.
Excerpt: Originally launched in 1991, Final Fantasy IV was a game that received stellar reviews at the time for its deep, complex storytelling and intricate gameplay that is often taken for granted today for many role-playing games.
Conclusion: A very tough game to rate. As a historical piece, it is practically unparalleled. As a modern game, it is rife with issues that would never be tolerated. In the end, it is a great addition for fans and collectors, but of very little value to new gamers.
Final Fantasy IV The Complete Collection (PSP) - Review
27 May 2011
Excerpt: Final Fantasy IV has the distinction of being the most remade game in the entire Final Fantasy series, and there's a very good set of reasons for that: it's a definitive masterpiece, and it sadly hasn't been played by nearly enough people since it came out before Final Fantasy VII, the game that...
Summary: It's a fact: Square really wants you to play Final Fantasy IV. Once known to us American gamers as Final Fantasy II, this Super NES game has been remade countless times on a bevy of different consoles.
Excerpt: The number of remakes and ports of Final Fantasy IV is quickly approaching record levels. In North America alone, the game has been released on the SNES, PlayStation, Game Boy Advance, and DS prior to Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection , but this PlayStation Portable title is the first to...