Final Fantasy Origins User Reviews
Way back in 1987, Square were in deep trouble financially and needed to create a game to put Squaresoft's name on the map and save it from obscurity. Their answer was Final Fantasy 1, originally released for the Famicom system in Japan , the NES elsewhere, but recently re-released for the PS1 console. Thankfully there has been a few improvements in the re-released version, namely graphics. The graphics are very clear and bright, both on the world map and during battles and also inside castles and towns and suchlike. The story centres around four light warriors who are called to save the...
- Better Graphics
- No storyline
- Main Characters dont talk
- No lv. up system
The heart of Final Fantasy. Yes this game is in fact FF1 and FF2 combined into a CD. As old school as it gets, FFO has the classic NES feel to it everytime you play it.
Well you would not believe the difference between the remake of this and the originals. The graphics may be better, but its nowhere near FF8/FF9 quality. We are talking about SNES graphics such as Chrono Trigger, which isn't necesarily a bad thing afterall.
The storyling in both FF1 and FF2 is pretty confusing and a letdown. I guess that Square didnt add anything to the story. Keep in mind that this was made way back in the ...
Good old rememerance of Final Fantasy 1 and 2, much better than the originals, you can run in both games, better looking character development...The bad:
the FF2 stats systemSummary:
Final Fantasy Origins is a game that I love to play whenever I am in an old school mood, Because it consist two really good rpgs for the nes, and remade them into a psx title, changing their persona, you ave better character development, FF1 the classes looked alot better than the nes ones, and thank god they changed the way the screen was...FF2, they added FMV's to it making it a little more involved, but the thing to hate is the annoying build your own levels up, not in the experience points way, but in the tragic way..., but they added something good to the two that helped me out alot, i...
Great game. Better graphics then from it's first release. All in all, a must have for any RPG player!!The bad:
Nothing bad to say about a great game!!!!Summary:
One of the hardest RPG's you'll ever be faced with. The storyline is great, but if you don't talk to townspeople, you're most likely going to get lost. And hey, what good is a game without a challenge?. Final Fantasy 1 has about 50 - 70 hours gameplay, and FF2 has about the same. Yet if you catch on to them quick, you'll have about 20 - 40 hours gameplay.
(Side note: FF1 has 6 differnt professions you can choose from, which include Warrior, Thief, Monk, White Mage, Black Mage, and Red Mage. And since your party MUST has 4 characters, I suggest playing the game using different professi...
A great remake of two classic videogames. Just what the world has been waiting forThe bad:
the graphics but hey it was made for nintendo so what are you expecting?Summary:
I think this is what every true RPG gamer has been wanting, I know I have. The addition of the CG movies adds to the story lines of bothe FFI and FFII. Also the run ability in towns was added, because we are impatient. With the combination of the two games you have almost 50 hours worth of game play(all items, weapons). The only problem with this game is that square decided to keep the old graphics so dont expect your characters dancing during a battle. All in all this is a game to get because being able to find FFI and FFII for nintendo is very difficult(took me almost a year to find a wor...
- Help after Fire Crystal. 5
- ff2 modes? 2
- need help 7
- [FF1] MP for knight and ninja 2
- Boss Battle 0
- [FF1] What is your party? 117
- [FF1]What is the most diffuicult party to beat the game with? 1
- Your oppinion 5
- (FF2) Running in circles 1
- where to find 2
- [FF1]Help w/ Upgrading Classes 5
- A few random FF1 questions. 0