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Final Fantasy II - Sony PSP

4.3 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews
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  • In Final Fantasy II a malevolent emperor ends what could have been an eternal period of peace. He has called upon monsters from a demonic realm to take over the world. Thousands of lives succumb to their attacks, leaving many children orphaned. From the destruction rise four young survivors who will take it upon themselves to stop the merciless ruler and avenge the death of their parents.

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In FINAL FANTASY II, a malevolent emperor has called upon monsters from a demonic realm to take over the world, ending what seemed to be an eternal period of peace. Thousands of lives succumb to their attacks, leaving many children orphaned. From the destruction rise four young survivors who will take it upon themselves to stop the merciless ruler and avenge the death of their parents.

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ASIN B000NPOGWK
Release date July 24, 2007
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4.3 out of 5 stars 54 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,621 in videogames
#57 in Video Games > Sony PSP > Games
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Product Dimensions 7 x 4 x 0.5 inches
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By Tsanche VINE VOICE on July 24, 2007
A remake of Final Fantasy II is, like the remake of the first one, hard to review. It's a good game for the time of it's release, but a lot of its elements just don't hold up well by todays standards by any means.

Let's clarify one thing, however, the original Final Fantasy II you find on the Super Nintendo is actually Final Fantasy IV. The real Final Fantasy II was not released until the Final Fantasy Origins on the Playstation, which it was then packaged with the first one. The game was also released a second time on the GBA in a package called Dawn of Souls. This is the third time the real Final Fantasy II was released in America. The unfortunate thing is that even when it first came to the states in the Origins release, it was dated, and they didn't do much to it in Dawn of Souls and now we've already got a third release of the game, and they still haven't done much to update it. In a sense you want to forgive the old gameplay mechanics. When the game was originally released (in Japan) it was the standard for the time. However, in some ways you wish that Square-Enix would've done more to update this thing.

The game gets off to a fantastic start, at least. It begins with an entire village being burned down as the Emperor continues to take over the world. As the village is burned to the ground, four youngsters managed to escape and are then pursued by the Emperors knights. They're far too weak to take him on and just barely escape death. They're then given the chance to help a resistance group bent on stopping the emperor. For those who played through the first Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II is a big step forward for the series. Your characters, for one thing, actually have names and talk.
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I never bought the previous releases. I know it has been released on the PS1 (and therefore compatible for PS2 and PS3) and for Nintendo Portable. I understand they are better value because they include both FF1 and FF2. Unfortunately, I dont have time to play in consoles anymore and I dont own a Nintendo portable, so buying this was a no brainer even though I paid more than my other cousin gamers.

I have finished playing ff1 and I am more than halfway through ff2. This is a more polished game than ff1 when it comes to story. ff1 lacked character interaction, and the story plot was very lacking. The story is important in rpg games. Playing turn base, random encounters, menu driven battle can be boring if the plot does not give you purpose to go on and keep exploring.

The story has some elements that are almost a ripoff of Star Wars. But it does give you focus. It is very clear where you should go next.

Another thing I found improved was the dungeon design was a little better.

Battle is still handled by pulling down actions through a menu while the game waits on you. Pretty standard on JRPG, and no surprise since ff1 and ff2 are the granddadies of all JRPGs.

One thing I love is that your character can dual wield weapons (one weapon in each hand).

the leveling is kind different from most JRPGs. Characters dont level but skills do. It is like a Oblivion light system (even Oblivion had levels for the character). It works in that you level your weapon and spells by using them. So it is better to focus on a weapon and some spell to take them to the maximum power.

There is a flaw in the system when it comes to increasing HP and MP (health and mana points).
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The early Final Fantasy games only got better with each proceeding installment, and Final Fantasy II improved somewhat on the first game that started the most popular RPG franchise, well, ever. Like the first Final Fantasy anniversary game to get released for the PSP, Square has re-made Final Fantasy II for Sony's portable; updating the graphics, adding a few extras, and leaving the somewhat stale gameplay intact. The graphics and animations have been updated for the modern age, and they look gorgeous on the PSP's screen. Not to mention that the loading times are noticibly shorter than they were for the first Final Fantasy anniversary game, but the buggy leveling system and the constant, random battles are by far the game's biggest annoyance, and really bring down this port. Not to mention that not too long ago, Square ported re-makes of the first two games in one cartridge as Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls for the GBA, which retailed for the same price as either of the two PSP games. Sure the graphics are updated, yet somehow, Dawn of Souls was more enjoyable. If you don't own Dawn of Souls or any of the previous Final Fantasy collections and you're craving some old school RPG action on the go, you could do a lot worse than this. Then again, if you're more used to the Final Fantasy games or RPG's of today, chances are you probably won't dig this too much.
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Any Final Fantasy game is bound to have some germ of fun in it, and Final Fantasy II is no exception. Moreover, the remake has really enhanced the sound and visuals. Unfortunately, some really minor gameplay tweaks that would have made the game more playable simply didn't happen. For instance, every tree/building/etc. is solid--no walking behind them--making a path through town sometimes frustrating to find quickly. Furthermore, it's not always clear that you're about to accidentally leave a town and wind up on the world map... and it's almost a guarantee that a random encounter will strike before you manage to take that step back into the town.

It's really only minor annoyances like that which hold the game back. The translation is good, and the leveling system, while a little bizarre, is also easy to exploit. The story is decent and I like the characters. It's definitely an improvement over the first Final Fantasy game; your characters are just as customizable, but they have distinct personalities this time.

This version of the game does seem to be the most "complete." It contains all of the content from previous re-releases (ie., the "rebirth of souls" dungeon) and (I think) a few more tweaks to things like the random encounter rate to make the game a bit more playable. At Amazon's price, it would be silly to pass this up. On the other hand, from what I've heard, there's no great reason to grab this if you already own the GBA version.
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