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  • Summary: Follow the dark knight Cecil – Lord Captain of Baron’s elite force, the Red Wings – as he embarks on a fateful journey riddled with trials, betrayals, friendship, loss and self-discovery. Plagued with uncertainty over his monarch’s motives, can Cecil turn away from the path of darkness and destruction? Expand
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  1. Oct 30, 2011
    There are many versions of Final Fantasy IV (originally known as Final Fantasy II in the USA, as it is labelled here). If you have never played any of them, and you own a Wii, stop reading this and download Final Fantasy II on the Virtual Console service. If you have never played a Final Fantasy game before, and thought "RPGs aren't for me", stop reading this and download FFII. Or, buy one of the many versions available now on virtually every modern console. Easily one of the finest video games ever made, with a deep storyline, engaging characters, an easy-to-learn combat system and a good learning curve. You will LOVE this game. Collapse
  2. Dec 30, 2010
    i dont know how im the first to review this game this was one of the staple RPG's of the SNES days . on with the review . for its day its story telling and charicters where very well done . the combat system was also extremly well done . the game has a great plot twist . you know its easier to say i really cant think of any thing negitive to say about this game . it was such a great RPG that i was sad when it ended because i wanted there to be more . it was just that damn good of a RPG . the game has been remade a bunch of different times and is now reffered to as FF4 but to me it will always be final fantasy 2 and one of the best RPG;s of the 16 bit era. Expand
  3. Jul 18, 2012
    This was a definite high point in this franchise. At the time, the narrative for this game seemed quite amazing. For a roleplaying game, this even had a good deal of replay value. With an entertaining story, varied character skills, and a lot of cool bosses, this game was very addicting. Expand
  4. Oct 28, 2014
    Game: Final Fantasy IV Genre: RPG Developer: Squaresoft System: Super Nintendo (SNES) Total Score: 90/100 Value Score: 90/10 • Story: 10/10
    • Characters: 10/10
    • GamePlay: 9/10
    • Graphics: 9/10
    • Sound: 10/10
    • Music: 10/10
    • Length: 7/10
    • Replay Value: 5/10
    • Player Value: 10/10

    +A great storyline with a lot of colorful and great variety of characters
    +Great battle system and leveling up system that focuses on character exclusive job and attacks
    +Amazing OST
    +Great design in environment, sprites and animations

    -You have limited choice of who you can use in the end of the game
    -Some of the battle commands are missing in the NA version due to censorship
    -The NA version is the easy type which means it is easier than the original Japanese version

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