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Review: Final Fantasy I and II for iPhone

x3sphere

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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.

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

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Silence

Banned
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.
 

january39

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

Silence

Banned
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
 

Silence

Banned
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.
 

Vandel212

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>
 

Silence

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