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- Learn new spells and how to summon creatures known as espers
- Interact with other characters and fight beside them as they journey with you through the story
- Lead Terra through an adventure spanning two worlds and a variety of environments
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Following the story of Terra, players who journey into the portable world of Final Fantasy VI Advance will learn to conjure and control creatures called espers by harnessing the power of magic. Gamers lead Terra through two worlds and a variety of environments as they fight the evil Empire. Throughout the story, players interact with a variety of characters who often join Terra's party. Each character has their own fighting style, and players can adjust the settings for each avatar in the group.
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I am more of a fan of action RPG games rather than the turn based ones, but this a very fun game and highly addictive. I enjoyed playing it very much and it is a 5 star game no doubt about it. The story and attention to detail are exceptional. The game is crammed full of side quests and things to do. The Dragon Dungeon after you finish the game is very challenging and definitely worth your time.
The game really shines when you are able to build up your characters to the highest levels. I must have battled the Tyrannosaurs in the forest over 150 times to max out all the characters. Once you are able to unleash the Flare spell and Ultima the game becomes a blast. Kefka is a real pain the first couple of times you face him but once you get his attacks down he is beatable. The Moogle Charm is a great item, once you find it. The item is extremely useful when you have to switch off between teams later on in the game.
This game on the Gameboy Advance is definitely worth the price of $20 to $30. You will log lots of hours playing this game and the story is enjoyable. The game has lots of funny cut scenes like the Opera house and the soldiers in the bar. FFVI has more reply value than a games like Zelda ALTTP, Secret of Mana, Illusion of Gaia , and Super Mario RPG, which are all very good games in there own right which came out on the SNES system. I have yet to play Chronic Trigger so I cannot compare the two games just yet.
I would recommend the game for ages 10 and up. There is very little violence in the game, but you do have to use some strategy to complete most of the dungeons. The game is definitely not a cakewalk and that is why it's worth playing. You will definitely get a feeling of accomplishment beating the game. I don't think it is the best game ever made but it is a 5 star game for sure in my opinion.
In any case, it is a decent port, and it comes at a much better price than the original, which is now considered a collector's item and is much more expensive. It has the benefit of being portable and having come out on a more modern machine, which is good for the people like me who never owned an SNES. The story is still spectacular, the gameplay is still great, and I would still recommend this to anyone looking for an excellent handheld RPG.