What's there to say when it comes to bringing back some of the greatest in SNES's treasure trove of games, and Final Fantasy is a must-have for those who grew up with the title. So it may lack the graphic-liscious elements of today (which I recall was the most realistic back then) but the story sets it apart from what is truly one of Square-Enix's first in the series. I suppose it can't be blamed since Square was on the verge of bankruptcy (or anything else similar) and Final Fantasy was kinda like a little something to leave behind, little yet to realize that it would save the company from forever being scattered in the winds of change. The ultimate tribute in one of gaming's best!!!
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