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FINAL FANTASY IV Free Download The Final Fantasy name holds a certain level of prestige for most gamers, and the reasoning is simple. For the last 20 years, Square has crafted what was originally a final farewell to classic role-playing games into some of the best storytelling in our industry, and it has done it with more consistency and diversity than any other single franchise. Now that the Final Fantasy name is celebrating its 20th anniversary (over the course of a few years, we’d assume) we’re seeing remakes of Final Fantasy III, and now Final Fantasy IV on Nintendo DS, coupled with a seemingly never-ending list of titles from Square Enix on Nintendo’s handheld.  Repacklab.com sexy games

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FFIV has been around for quite a while, spanning virtually any system you’d care to play it on, so I’m not going to spend time going into what the game’s about, or why you should care. It’s Final Fantasy IV; you know what you’re getting. What you don’t know about yet, however, is how the game stacks up to previous versions, other DS offerings, and just how worth your cash this premium-priced $40 DS game is. I went into Final Fantasy IV with faint but pleasant memories of the original, having played it just briefly on Super NES and then again on GBA just a few years back, but it wasn’t until I had a chance to see Cecil and Kain in motion (and beautiful 3D) that I really felt like the Final Fantasy world truly opened up in IV.

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Final Fantasy IV is hard on the DS, and any indication that it wasn’t was quickly thrown out within the first two hours of play this time around. If you’ll remember — or care to check out — I actually called this version easier all-around during my last preview with the game, though that was a big mistake in hindsight. The game is a bit more manageable during the opening hours as you get familiar with the new auto-battle system, the ability to check maps during dungeon crawling, and rip through the opening chapters of the story with Cecil and Kain both at the ready. Once things start to move along story-wise, however, things get very difficult, and FFIV quickly turns into a game designed specifically for the hardest of hardcore gamers. Witch Trainer: Silver Mod 

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Interestingly enough though, the game isn’t frustratingly hard like previous Final Fantasy games have been on other platforms. The days of “two step random battles” seem to be gone, and rather than being difficult because it’s overwhelming, it proved to be a tough game based on the strategic element of it all. The dungeon map system helps a tremendous amount, though it also had me wanting to stick around in caves rather than making mad dashes out of them. And while easy to use, the auto-battle system was thrown out in a matter of hours, since I found I needed exact control over my party to pull off the moves I knew we needed to survive. Final Fantasy IV will have you begging for mercy, but when you finally beat that boss, or uncover that dungeon, you’ll know it was skill that got you through, and not just the luck of the draw.

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At the same time, the “control freak” direction I needed to take with the game did end up affecting how I played using the new summon in the game, “Whyt.” Rydia, known from the original game as the team’s summoner, now has a new ability in the very Animal Crossing “Blanca” inspired Whyt summon. Using Fat Chocobo as a tutor for the odd character, players can draw a new face on Whyt, power him up via single player or wireless multiplayer mini-games, and then summon Whyt in battle with Rydia as a computer-controlled ally. It’s an interesting concept, and the mini-games were a nice touch to the otherwise turn-based experience of Final Fantasy (though the Brain Age math clone was really, really hard), but in the end I found myself putting more of a focus on magic and summons than Whyt.

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On the subject of magic though, Final Fantasy IV again trumps its predecessors, and it’s all due to the new augment (or “decant” for those following the FFIV Japan release) system. This allows for skills such as “bluff” and “cry” from mages Palom and Porom to be passed from one player to another, so that skills don’t necessarily leave when characters depart for story-based situations. Another nice addition is the new command bar, which can be edited so that specific spells and options are available right away, without going into the “magic” area and then selecting them. This again plays into the strategic aspect of the game, since there were times when I knew what I had to do, but didn’t do it fast enough. After a few rounds with a boss I instead opted to change my command layout, putting the specific spell on the bar and rocking the fiend with relative ease. As a quick note, battle speed can be changed in the main menu, as can the option for turn-based or “active” (traditional FFIV) play. BloodRayne Betrayal Fresh Bites

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Square Enix seems to always be at the forefront of the audio/visual world, no matter what system it is developing for, and that again is the case with Final Fantasy IV. Like FF3 before it, Final Fantasy IV has remade the entire pre-existing world, grabbing whole chunks nearly inch for inch, and what areas are different still hold the same style and feeling they originally did. The remixed music is beautiful, and the CG intro is — as it always is — stellar, but it’s the hour-to-hour grind that really impressed me, rather than the more showy elements themselves. Character voiceover, for example, is used far more than it was in FF3 overall, and the overall quality is much higher this time around.

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The remixed music is beautiful. The 3D art uses higher poly counts and stronger texture work all around, and some levels look to be morphed directly from the Super NES/GBA games, having the same characters, set pieces, and secrets as they did previously. Newcomers to the series are getting a 3D version of the classic, but Square Enix also threw in enough original content to make it all seem legit as a remake, and when you get ready to fight classic bosses or use repeating strategies as you did in previous FFIV renditions, you’ll find that they don’t always match up with how you remembered it. It’s harder, varied (to a certain extent), but still undeniably Final Fantasy IV. Hitler Hates Anime

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