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- Final Fantasy Origins Final Fantasy I & II Remastered Editions (Playstation 3)
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Four nameless warriors are out to save the world as evil gathers across the land.
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Final Fantasy Origins, a special package of the original Final Fantasy (released in North America 1n 1990) and Final Fantasy II (never before released in North America) have been remade for the PlayStation game console and feature new cinematic movies, opening theme songs, event scenes including updates of the original event sequences, enhanced graphics, improved sound quality and new gameplay modes. Together, these two titles laid the foundation for the series and spawned many hit sequels that have now sold over 42 million units worldwide.
Top customer reviews
Still, I like playing it but I think that it's mainly because it's a reminder of the youth.
Maybe not... my nephews are playing with it right now and they love it. It surprisingly is really addictive.
So brace yourself for an addictive game in 2D !
FF2 is ok, not the best FF on the maket at all. I get why it wasn't released in the US and Canada at first. The story is ok, nothing amazing. Nothing new on the combat format.
I thinks those games are more for the collectors out there than for someone who likes FF.
However, FF2, which I don't think had ever been released in the US, was a letdown. You don't gain experience and stat increases the traditional way. You gain more HP only if you lose a lot of HP in a battle. You gain more strength and attack with a weapon only as you use the weapon. It's very frustrating to sit there and let the enemy attack you before taking them out, or even attacking yourself, just for stat boosts.
So stick to the original FF1, I wouldn't bother with FF2.
Pros: The new intro movie is great. The menu interface is now very similar to the way that Final Fantasy VII is set up. The remake makes it easier to choose the best equipment for your characters including an optimize option. The new collections menu is also nice because it includes a list of every monster after you defeat it, and keeps track of how many of each monster you defeat. The memo feature is a life saver, especially when going though longer dungeons and right before big bosses. While anywhere except for the world map, you now have the option of running instead of just walking, which speeds up game play.
Cons: The monsters are different from the monsters of the original Final Fantasy for NES. This may not seem like a big deal, but it can make it difficult in deciding which battles to run from and which battles to fight. Also the music has been updated. This may not seem like a big deal but I prefer the classic music to the remastered music.
Overall, this is a great game for anybody who loves the Final Fantasy series.