Font 1 is the same as the 8-bit Games of the first two generations of Pokemon and we are familiar with that, but it can be eyestraining as Ziko said. The second font is the same as the three Final Fantasy Legend games on Game Boy and that could be a next to perfect alternative font which I am sure many of you will agree with. Font 3 and 4 are not our cup of tea especially the last font which comes from a poorly translated English patch from back in the day. Font 3 is from a THQ game or other 8-bit games from American publishers on Game Boy Color games I am not familiar with. If you guys don't like font 1, font 2 it is. Many of you will hate font 4 due to it coming from a poorly translated English patch from who knows were it came from. People will have mixed reactions for font 3. People may like font 1 since it comes from the first two generations of Pokemon adventure games we know and remember. Font 2 is from the second best game series out of the four fonts we are all familiar with and I am sure many people will vote for that since that font is less eyestraining out of the four fonts shown here.
Appreciate all the feedback and the deep analysis of the fonts.
Font 1 is a very similar but not the same font as Pokemon early generation. You'll see some capitilisations are different as well as the lower case 'g', 'r', upper case 'Y' etc. Pokemon had a much cleaner font, as it's so widely used I tried to stay away from it.
Font 4 is a basic bold serif font - if it was used in a poor translation - that's unlucky to whoever remembers that and associates them together. I think it's a nice font subjectively but it may be a bit think for 3-4 line paragraph text boxes, as is font 3.
Font 2 seems the most popular which I may choose now that everyone seems to agree it works best. Without the drop shadow it looks too narrow and forces the thought of having to make a VWF which I wont be doing.