Final Fantasy: Origins (PS) Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Electronic Arts / Adventure / Rating: T - (Teen) / Published by: EA - Electronic Arts / Final Fantasy ... more
Final Fantasy: Origins (PS) ... Origins, a special package of the original Final Fantasy (released in North America 1n 1990) and Final Fantasy II (never before released in North America) have been remade for the PlayStation game console and feature new cinematic movies, opening theme songs, event scenes including updates of the original event sequences, enhanced graphics, improved sound quality and new gameplay modes. Together, these two titles laid the foundation for the series and spawned many hit sequels that have now sold over 42 million units worldwide.
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by - written on 14/03/11 (Very useful, 14 readings)
When I first started gaming, I knew straight away that I was going to be a fan of the RPG genre. I'd only played a couple of games but as I began to learn more and more about the hobby and the games out there, I came across a series which I would suppose most people would call the Holy Grail of RPGs and that series is Final Fantasy. After hearing so much about the series, instead of starting with the most recent game, I decided to go back to where it all began and so bought Final Fantasy: Origins. This includes both the first and second on two separate disks. I'll review the two games in separate paragraphs to give you a better idea of what's in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/08 (Useful, 20 readings)
Final fantasy origins consists of two great game, final fantasy one and two. With the added bonus of the CG cinematics and enhanced graphics it bring these games more up to date. Final fantasy one has four characters but with six job to choose from, for example knight, ninja white mage etc and you can choose who you want to have what job, all the same if you want. As ever the battle system is based on the ATB (active time battle). The plot is the world is governed by four elements, and due to people abusing them there going out, and its your job to save them and the world. With loads of magics and techniques to learn its a great game. Final fantasy two has four ... Read the complete review