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Review: Final Fantasy I and II for iPhone


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As one of the most addictive and well constructed offerings in the RPG space, Final Fantasy is a prestigious household name that needs no introduction. In an effort to expand its offerings in the mobile market, Square Enix decided to take a trip down memory lane, giving iPhone and iPod Touch users a innovative new way to play Final Fantasy I and II - on a touchscreen.


Upon launching each game, players are presented with a set of basic options to start their quest[...]

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When I wrote it, it was aimed to be positive. The game hooks you in and keeps you connected the whole time while still being incredibly simplistic.


eXo Staff
Nice review, but i find the old FF games a bit tedious tbh.


I don't see how, I have yet to be put in a position where I have to do the same thing over and over and over. It seems pretty well balanced and plays out nicely.

PR0fessor Burnt

Active Member
I got the first one and plan to get the second once I beat after I beat it. it's a kickass iphone/ipod game. well worth worth the money


well I got it for PSX, PSP, and GBA, why iPhone? this is like GBA with upscaled graphics and touch functions
Actually, its the PSP game, with added features and touch functions. I play this on my iPhone instead of my PSP because the PSP is a separate device used solely for gaming, while my iPhone is small, takes calls, I can listen to 32GB of music on it, and do loads of other things with it.


New Member
<p>There is a game that auto saves when you press the home button before it switches over to the iphone menu. The game "Vay" does that. Much like Final Fantasy I & II, it's a remake of an old classic except this was on the Genesis. Anyway, the auto save is a very nice feature and I'm glad to know that these two great games do that as well.</p>


Except for additional dungeons, added secrets, mixed up names, different weaknesses and remodeled sprites - then, yeah, "nuthing new"