Reviews and Problems with Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection
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that I don't like!
21 December 2014
Summary: Well, I'm looking forward to the day when I can play this game. I need to get a PSP and will do so in time. When I ordered it, I wasn't paying attention and thought it would play on my PS One. Oh well, I'm sure it will give me much pleasure when I can finally play it.
Summary: Square-Enix's Final Fantasy IV is bound to set a Guinness World Record for "Most Ports and/or Remakes." There's the original Super Famicom version released in Japan in 1991. There's the Easytype version also released for the Super Famicom in Japan.
It may be "Complete" but it's not the "Definitive" edition.
11 June 2014
Summary: This game drives me crazy because of all of its different releases, and I've played almost all of them. I had the "original" on the SNES, and was amazed. It was definitely great for its time and set a positive trend (mostly) for Final Fantasy up until 7.
Summary: Going to keep it short and sweet unlike this game, this is the best 2d version of final fantasy 4 out there, cd quality music, bonus content and wonderful visuals, as a matter of fact im playing this on my vita as we speak.
Summary: Great classic turn-based RPG. Good story today, and for its time amazing. Graphics are a little on the low side, but that's to be expected with a game that is basically a direct port from its original. But still, worth it for any RPG fan who has yet to play it one system or another.
Summary: Previous Final Fantasy IV games and ports were well made and very enjoyable to play, but as far the story goes this is the definitive Final Fantasy IV. They don't call it "Final Fantasy IV The Complete Collection" for nothing, it really is the complete collection of the Final Fantasy IV compilation.
Summary: There's a feeling that Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection is a waste of time. In part because Final Fantasy IV has already so many releases it's not even funny. The game has already been released on the Super Nintendo, original Playstation, Gameboy Advance and has a full blown remake on the...
Summary: I first played this game on the Super NES when I was in high school. I stayed up for almost two straight days and beat the game. Still one of my favs even after all these years, and now this collection has two games in one, what a bargain.