nes review of Final Fantasy by Trigun@buttwiper.net
review of Final Fantasy for nes by email@example.com
phew its taken me three weeks to write this so i hope you enjoy it:)
EDIT: i had to take out the box art to make room for the screenshots
Final Fantasy is one of the best the best games series ever created. Why do I say this? Well, let me explain..
This is the game that started it all folks. . This game is very, very fun. The game lets you choose your classes at the beginning. If you don't choose your classes wisely, you may not be able to make it trough the game as easily if you chose a different class combination.
This game requires that you be very strategic with your choices. You can't just hold down the A button and expect to win a battle. The controls are fairly simple, yet well organized so you don't make stupid mistakes. Another key point in strategizing, is that your characters are complete idiots. If you kill a monster with one guy, and a different guy tries to attack it, you attack nothing because it is dead! This calls for some serious thinking! Overall, this is the most challenging game to date. It also has some very tight controls for a game from the nes era, its not like you would expect just to run around and hit one button and it would do somehting else like in many nes games.For it's time the game was really not how you say ...advanced..or complicated as some people might say.It might be pretty damn simple nowadays but back then this game was really the only thing that could challenge the greatness of Dragon Warrior.The controls were very well thought out and served every purpose Square had initially designated them to be..
a not so original story. Princess is in danger in the beginning and you of course have to save her. From there on, you have the save the world. Sure, it sounds like what Pinky and the Brain would do, but too bad they aren't included in the game. But literally, you have to save the world. The world is rotting and you have to kill off all of the fiends who are destroying the world.
Wow! I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw these kick ass graphics for the first time i'm like WOW:eek: another good thing,its got really a nice looking detailed over world which is very nice,and enemies look really awesome with
their vibrant colors and all.
The characters look really, really good looking too, which adds mayoralty to this already great game! The moving water, the mountains, the dark shadows.. They all add to the game. And another thing the NES being an 8-bit machine for the time every one being used the atari 2600 ...allowed for everyone to see in a new light on how much sprites had inproved since 1977 and up.
This awesome game's music is superb! Nobuo Uematsu, the same guy who composed music for all other Final Fantasy games except Mystic Quest, and who also composed some select songs from Chrono Trigger. This music started it all. The fanfares, the battle music, and most noticeably, the prelude.
The sound effects are really great too.. Everything from casting a spell from the movement of the ship.
This game has as much replay-ability as Final Fantasy 5 or 4 for some of you,plus,you get to choose your character classes, imagine all of those combinations you could possibly think of! Anywhere from your first choice, to four white mages! Now, that is a difficult task (I've done it before!)
Now, you are probably asking should I buy it, rent it, or just not mess with the game? First off, this game is very rare and you'll be lucky to find it anywhere besides Ebay. If you do find a copy of it,why not buy it. Good Luck!! ^_^
This game has it all! Kick-ass graphics, awesome music, great storyline and the list goes on!
Music That Fits The Situation Perfectly
has had tons of remakes of itself ( wanna know why? because its such a great game thats why)
What did you say? J/k
can be tedious at times ( yikes!)
weird targeting system
choose the right people for your journey or it could be a very unbalanced game for you (and by unbalanced i mean unbalanced!)
best of all we can play this game on our psp's :humped: using nester j the nes emulator for psp!
Now you might actually see somewhat of a little difference between the NES and MSX2 versions like how the MSX2 being a more arcade designed oriented console the graphics are a little bit more detailed than the NES version