Final Fantasy Legend

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Final Fantasy Legend

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Post by Sim Kid » Thu Jan 23, 2003 2:31 am

Okay, alot of people bought this game because it was under the "Final Fantasy" Category, but is it really worthy to even be called "Final Fantasy"?

Graphics: Oh my! These graphics are truly terrible, but it was one of the first Gameboy games ever, and they didn't know better. 3/10

Music: The battle music is pretty nice, but it gets old fast. The big boss music is the nicest of all, same with Creator music. 9/10

Gameplay: I like leveling up better. Random stats go up at random times. It could take all the way up to Ashura just before your human's HP Goes up. 1/10

Difficulty: The first world is pretty easy, but it gets harder and harder and harder and harder until it's so hard that you can't even fight just a simple enemy without yelling out "DIE YOU STUPID FIEND!!!" every 10 seconds. 0/10

Lastability: For the advanced gamer (Like those people who could beat CT in 2 days), this game could take around 2-4 months to beat. It takes too long, especially to level up. 0/10

Overall: Do not go for this game. It is awful and terrible. The ending isn't even worth the time it takes to beat the game!! But for some of you, you probably would like it because it might have been the first gameboy game you've ever played. Go for FFL2 and FFL3 instead. Not like you're missin' anything anyhoo. Nothing in common with eachother, just like the real Final Fantasy games, except Ashura. 1/10

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Post by Doctor McClore » Fri Jan 31, 2003 5:06 pm

Difficulty: The first world is pretty easy, but it gets harder and harder and harder and harder until it's so hard that you can't even fight just a simple enemy without yelling out "DIE YOU STUPID FIEND!!!" every 10 seconds. 0/10
Shouldn't the difficulty be 10/10 if it's that hard?

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Post by A Genius » Fri Jan 31, 2003 7:27 pm

I'm pretty sure that he's using the scale in which when the difficutlty is TOO great, the scale goes down.

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Post by Sim Kid » Fri Jan 31, 2003 11:45 pm

Okay, I'll mention it now, and I'll only mention it once, so listen up: If the difficulty is too hard, then it goes down. If it's too easy, then it goes down. And if it's just right, it goes up.

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