BackgroundThe GBA conversion of the first two games in the Final Fantasy series, both originally released on the Nintendo Famicom system (NES in America). Final Fantasy I casts you in the role of four nameless heroes on an adventure to find and return crystals of light. In addition to the ability to save anywhere and some gameplay changes, Square Enix also included a new dungeon called "Soul of Chaos." Within this dungeon rest four "Chaos Spirits," along with some powerful items that didn't appear in the original and some well-known bosses from Final Fantasy lore. FFII features Maria, Guy, Leonheart and Frioniel, who attempt to protect the world from a massive empire. Square Enix included new gameplay elements as well as a story update in the form of a new chapter called "Soul of Re-Birth." This chapter features new events, monsters and items.
- Filled with side quests and regions to explore, this masterpiece brilliantly mixed fantasy and adventure, introduced many groundbreaking innovations and allowed players to build the characters of their party over the course of the game.
- The two classic RPGs that launched the Final Fantasy saga
- Enhanced battle, magic, menu and control systems
- New dungeons, storylines and characters
- Save anywhere
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So, once again, let's break it up into sections:
Final Fantasy I
Final Fantasy I is...
- Genre: Fantasy (GBA)
- Theme(s): Fantasy
- Perspective(s): Isometric
- Developer: Square Enix
- Publisher: Square Enix
Released North America Nov 29, 2004 Europe Dec 3, 2004 Japan Jul 29, 2004 Australia Dec 2, 2004
- Also known as:
- Final Fantasy I & II Advance in Japan