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Final Fantasy

Nintendo Entertainment System

Game Description:

This is the legendary Final Fantasy. Who living in the modern gaming world hasn’t heard of it already? While it is a classic, and was a superb game for it’s time, this game seems less than stellar in modern times.

Graphics are pretty good for NES standards and the music is catchy in several places. However, plot and character development are lacking. You are the chosen 4 warriors that must save the world. While you may think this is cliché, this was one of the first games to have any RPG type plot period!

Characters are not developed, however this is because you can choose any selection of 4 party members you want. This gives you some more flexible game play to do infamous challenges such as beat the game with four White Mages etc.

This game is a bit difficult compared to modern RPGs and the strictly turn based limited game play can get repetitive, however you owe it to yourself to play through this game and live the original Fantasy that started it all. All in all, the game is worth playing, although you may want to check out FF Origins on PSX which is an upgrade of both FF1 and FF2 NES versions.