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Final Fantasy IV Advance (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2005)
Based on the Japanese Super Famicom role-playing game (re-titled Final Fantasy II for its 1991 North American Super NES release), Final Fantasy IV Advance transports players to a land where both magic...
An Enhanced Version of the Greatest Game of All Time
Still Very Easy, Lower Quality Sound Than SNES Version, Slight Slowdown in Battles
Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light (Nintendo DS, 2010)
Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light is a retro-themed role-playing game that follows the adventures of four unlikely adventurers on a quest to save a young princess from the evil Witch of the North. ...
Return to classic FF fighting styles and themes! Yet with fresh twists.
Save mechanic and cutesy style may turn off some players.
Final Fantasy Chronicles: Final Fantasy IV & Chrono Trigger (Sony PlayStation 1, 2001)
Prepare for hours of exciting and nostalgic game play with Final Fantasy Chronicles. Featuring two PlayStation original games bundled in one, this is a great way to reacquaint yourself with both Chron...
Two classic games for the price of one.
Chrono Trigger runs a lot slower than it did on the cartridge.
Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo DS, 2008)
Hailed by critics as one of the best titles in the Final Fantasy franchise, Final Fantasy IV makes its DS debut as an updated version of the original Super Famicom game. Heroes and villains are now re...
Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection (Sony PSP, 2011)
Hailed by critics as one of the best titles in the Final Fantasy franchise, Final Fantasy IV makes its PSP debut as an updated version of the original Super Famicom game, and it includes Final Fantasy...
Final Fantasy III (Nintendo DS, 2006)
Final Fantasy III is the missing link in Square's critically acclaimed role-playing game series, the one title never localized for North American audiences. That is, until now. Nintendo DS owners will...
Graphics, Improved Storyline, Job System, Sountrack
Reduced Difficulty From the Original Game, Some Jerky Animations
Final Fantasy Explorers (Nintendo 3DS, 2016)
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings (Nintendo DS, 2007) - European Version
This DS-exclusive Final Fantasy release takes place one year after the events chronicled in 2006's Final Fantasy XII on PlayStation 2. Sky pirate Vaan acquires his own vessel, the <I>Galbana</I>, and ...
Good story, decent premise, great loot, great graphics and sound
Easy battles, broken economy
Final Fantasy Origins (Sony PlayStation 1, 2003)
This PlayStation release includes updated versions of the the first Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy II. Originally designed for the NES, both games have been reworked to take advantage of the more pow...
relive the classics, many new and interesting features, updated graphics and sound
very dated, not the best Final Fantasies
Final Fantasy X (Sony PlayStation 2, 2001) - Japanese Version
Square's acclaimed role-playing series makes its PlayStation 2 debut with Final Fantasy X. Players assume the role of Tidus, an athletic teenager who witnessed the destruction of his home city by an e...
The Story (sometimes), Music, Summons
Gameplay, Lack of a True World Map
Final Fantasy Anthology (Sony PlayStation 1, 1999)
Final Fantasy Anthology offers two games in one package. This PlayStation release was created by Square Soft in response to demand from fans of the Final Fantasy series of role-playing games. Three co...
Great gameplay, long games, and good music
Newer gamers might be put off by the old 16 bit graphics
Camp Rock: The Final Jam (Nintendo DS, 2010)
Based on the Disney Channel sequel about a summer music camp, Camp Rock: The Final Jam mixes musical instrument simulation with mini-games patterned after traditional camp activities. Players create t...
Final Fantasy II (Sony PSP, 2007)
First released in Japan on the 8-bit Famicom, Final Fantasy II makes its PSP debut as an enhanced remake of the 1988 original. The storyline once again follows the adventures of four young heroes as t...
Final Fantasy XIII (Sony PlayStation 3, 2010)
Final Fantasy XIII is a role-playing game for high-def consoles, set in an original realm that blends futuristic technology and ancient mysticism. Players follow the epic adventure of a group of gifte...
beautiful graphics, paradigm system
linear, takes too long to be good, annoying paradigm animations
Final Fantasy V Advance (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2006)
Final Fantasy V makes its first U.S. appearance on a Nintendo platform with this enhanced remake of 1992's Super Famicom title. The storyline follows a party of four valiant adventurers on a worldly q...
Charming Graphics, Excellent Soundtrack, Huge Amounts of Customization, Challenging, New Jobs
A Few Cheap Skills, Weak Storyline
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: The Crystal Bearers (Nintendo Wii, 2009)
The Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles series receives a complete makeover for its second appearance on Wii. Set one thousand years after the first title, the game's world is populated by hordes of mon...
Great Graphics, Huge Level of Interactivity, Good Storyline, Decent Soundtrack
Odd Focus on out of Context Minigames, Imprecise Controls, Short Story
Final Fantasy Tactics (Sony PlayStation 1, 1998)
The game features 7 official WRC manufacturer cars including the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution (WRC), the Hyundai Accent (WRC) and the Subaru Impreza (WRC) and features 14 official track locations from ...
uses job class system with over 400 different abilities
some players may be turned off by the lengthy battles
Final Fantasy VI Advance (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2007)
Take part in the ultimate competition between good and evil in a world of danger, excitement, and magic. Follow Terra on a journey to a movable world in Final Fantasy VI Advance. Stay on your toes as ...
great story, great gameplay dynamics
linear, mission repetition
Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2004)
This Game Boy Advance cartridge contains enhanced ports of the first two games in Square's cornerstone series, originally available only in Japan for the Famicom (Nintendo Entertainment System) consol...
Final Fantasy II has better balance, the new Final Fantasy II content
Final Fantasy I is really messed up, too easy, extra dungeons are monotonous
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles (Nintendo GameCube, 2004)
Explore exciting and visually stunning environments while defeating your enemies in combat in a gripping spin-off of the 'Final Fantasy' series. 'Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles' is a thrilling GameC...
Incredible multiplayer, solid animation, smooth controls
Poor levelling system, enemies don't scale properly
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