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Packing two old-school Final Fantasy titles -- one which only recently made it to North American shores -- into a single cart seems like a great value. For the most part, it is, if only for newer players to experience where their favorite Playstation Final Fantasies came from. The big obstacle here is that Final Fantasy has become a little too easy, and Final Fantasy II retains its design annoyances, to the point that only the completely curious or nostalgic will get a real kick out of this pac...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
I remember getting the NES version for Christmas one year. I couldn't wait. My brother and I had snuck around and found it under a bed or something and played it before Christmas. Anyways, I was a huge fan of the original as well as the original Dragon Warrior (Quest). That said, I'm even a bigger fan of the Dawn of Souls remake.Now those of you who are really hardcore retro gamers may not like the fact that they changed around a lot of things for Dawn of Souls. Graphics are completely overhaule...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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