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Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection
Game Over Online
18 July 2011
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. Released on the SNES, PSone, WonderSwan Color, Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS over the years, Square has once again paid the game tribute with Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection on the PSP.
Excerpt: By now, you’ve probably already played Final Fantasy IV at least once. Whether it was back on the SNES when it was called Final Fantasy II, or any of the recent remakes or re-releases, most have had at least one good chance of catching up on the game that is so fondly remembered by so many.
Conclusion: No matter whether you were there from the beginning or just now playing the game for the time, Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection has something for everybody. With its action-packed story, memorable characters and strong narrative, there's a reason people continue to celebrate this game twenty years later. Even though the bonus content doesn't come close to matching the original game, there's more than enough to love about this $30 collection!
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 combine the original game with its episodic sequel The After Years .
PSP Review – Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection
4 May 2011
Summary: Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection lives up to its name, containingRead the full article…
Pros: + The definitive version of one of the genre’s true greats., + Full original game w/touchups + interlude + sequel = unbelievable value., +/- You might have played this game before…perhaps several times.
Cons: +/- You might have played this game before…perhaps several times.
Conclusion: Concept: The entire Final Fantasy IV saga in one place
Graphics: Visuals fall in line with the PSP releases of Final Fantasy I and II. I’m glad the changes are consistent across all three parts
Sound: I love the option to use the original tracks over the new arranged ones, but both versions sound good
Playability: Do you want to attack, cast a spell, or use an item?