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Many GBA game titles ended with "Advance" to indicate that they were for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. This "rule" was followed by Nintendo as well as many third party GBA developers.
Sure, these days have almost every game sporting the newfangled 3D, but way back when, everyone had to live with plain old 2D. 2D, or two dimensions, limit the game to scrolling backgrounds, but some games even now make use of this basic concept.
Recurring monsters in the Final Fantasy series. They resemble large turtles with strong physical defense and strength.
A giant flying eye that is a very common enemy in Final Fantasy games. Its attacks usually cause a variety of status effects making this one of the most annoying enemies in the Final Fantasy series.
When someone is androgynous, they have a mix of masculine and feminine aspects, or they have the appearance of being in between male and female. A common aesthetic in Japanese media and games.
Antlions are predatory larvae that design "sand pit traps" in order to capture prey.
Backtracking is the act of navigating through previously explored areas, usually for the purpose of progressing in an objective-based adventure game. Players who are lost may also backtrack to reorient themselves.
Bangaa are a Race in the Final Fantasy Franchise, hailing from the world of Ivalice. They can be found in Final Fantasy XII and the Tactics games.
The Bangaa Bishop is a Job Class from the Final Fantasy Tactics Series Franchise. The Bishop uses "Intercession" to cause Holy, Water, and Wind damage to his foes. He can also turn his enemies to Stone.
The Bangaa Dragoon is a Job Class from the Final Fantasy Tactics Series Franchise. The Dragoon uses "Dragon Soul" to Jump high into the sky and strike down on an opponent, with mighty spear weapons. Dragonheart also allows for him bring himself back from KO status, once per battle.
The Bangaa Gladiator is a Job Class from the Final Fantasy Tactics Series Franchise. The Gladiator uses "Sparring" techniques, with nothing but light and medium armors protecting him, to go all out on the offensive.
The Bangaa Templar is a Job Class from the Final Fantasy Tactics Series Franchise. The Templar uses "Sacred Blade" skills to crush the bones of his enemies, slowing them down and even damaging their MP supply.
The Bangaa Warrior is a Job Class from the Final Fantasy Tactics Series Franchise. The Warrior uses "Arts of War" to Heal himself and Rend his enemies. He can wield two-handed Broadswords, with one hand and a shield, making him both more offensive and defensive than a Soldier.
The Bangaa White Monk is a Job Class from the Final Fantasy Tactics Series Franchise. The White Monk uses "Discipline" and fisticuff-type weapons. He can jump-in and do the duty of a White Mage, including healing his Clanmates with Chakra, if the need arises.
Basilisks are small serpentine creatures that can kill adventurers with a single glance or turn them into stone. It is classically referred to as the "king of all snakes" and its name literally means "little king".
When the player character (re)visits a certain area or location that was also present in a previous game, or visited later on in the same game, with some alterations.
Blindness is an affliction that robs a person of their sight. In games it usually causes physical attacks/projectiles to miss, but magical spells aren't as widely affected.
Having made an appearance in almost all of the Final Fantasy games, the Bomb is a fearsome-looking creature, resembling a levitating ball of fire with a twisted grin.
In video games, breaking the fourth wall occurs when a game becomes aware of its nature as a game, or when a character directly acknowledges the player.
Chakra is the resulting energy produced, when Physical and Spiritual energies become mixed together.
Species of large yellow birds used as transportation in the Final Fantasy series. Chocobos have also starred in their own games.
A common character archetype of the Final Fantasy series. Most titles in the main series and some spin-offs feature a character named Cid.
A page describing the concept of class change, otherwise referred to as changing classes or class promotion. Characters are able to change classes, either growing in strength from one class to the next or as a means of changing a characters range of abilities entirely.
Classes are different archetypes and playstyles that players can choose to play their game with.
Allows the player to continue playing - even though they have finished the game. This allows the completion of unfinished side-quests or the results of the player's victory in the world to be seen.
A common enemy in the Final Fantasy Series. It's a cat-like beast that has two long whiskers which it uses to cast very powerful magic. Its attack, "Blaster", either paralyzes, petrifies, or instantly kills one or more party members.
One of the age-old narrative structures in literature, in which a young protagonist faces conflict that transforms him or her into a mature adult. This is an especially common device in RPGs.
An attack that does more damage than usual, usually affected by random chance and some sort of modifier.
A non-interactive sequence within a game most often used for plot advancement.
A specific number that briefly floats above an enemy after an attack which displays the exact amount of damage the attack has done.
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