FINAL FANTASY II
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Hey, it's Final Fantasy!
- Good adaptation to touch screens
- It's sad they've been released at a so expensive price.
- No major improvements regarding the original games
+ By SQUARE ENIX Co.,Ltd.
Official Square Enix port to mobile devices
Yes, this is what you were looking for, no matter if you enjoyed them back at the time or are discovering them right now. You can be a child trapped in an adult body recalling your youth in front of a TV plugged to a miracle machine called NES or an arqueologist of gaming in his or her continue mission to understand where we come from.
This is, here it is, the official port of Final Fantasy games for mobile devices, brought by the same people who did the original games back then. Graphics have been face lifted, but not revamped. Music isn't MIDI anymore, but sounds better. Storyline is the same, step by step, without alternate endings nor new spells or whatsoever.
There has been a deluge of debates about why, when and how should Square dig its jewels up, and here they are for you to have your own opinion. An opinion that costs a handful of dollars, by the way. These games are as great as they were, and they can openly compete with any modern game in terms of playability. And they are truly retro, the best way you can have of experiencing the real retro feeling.
Recommended for everyone, more for what they mean and are rather for their technical performance. They are expensive, though. Expensive living history.
The highly anticipated follow-up to the original FINAL FANTASY, released in Japan in 1988.
FINAL FANTASY II features the bitter and beautiful tale of four war-orphaned heroes who become embroiled in the conflict between the hostile Empire of Palamecia and the rebel resistance. Eschewing conventional leveling for a proficiency system that allows players to tailor their characters' growth, and incorporating a key term memory system that makes dialogue integral to gameplay, this game sparked the spirit of innovation for which the series has become known.
This edition also contains the bonus dungeons added to later editions of the game--the Soul of Rebirth and the Arcane Labyrinth.
Additional Information (reference only):
ESRB Rating: E10+ with Alcohol Reference, Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Language and Mild Suggestive Themes
are u seriously never going to fix this? i've definitely lost a lot of respect for this company.
Without doubt I love FFII, although the issue stands with the fact that it crashes quite easily unfortunately.
Good game, but bad execution. Slow, bad loads and crashes. Waste of money
Keeps crashing on my tablet
Great game, terrible port. Back button causes crash with data loss, random freezes and FC's in KitKat, won't run at all on lollipop.
The graphics non-optionally skip frames and the controls are an afterthought. This is what happens when you put the absolute minimum possible effort into a port. FF2 is great fun, you should play it on some other platform sometime!
Do not buy,full of bugs and they won't ever fix.