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Submitted by tromwarrior 767d ago | opinion piece

Games of the Past: Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition

Oprainfall's Games of the Past series continues it's look on past games with Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition.

Oprainfall writes: "Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition is a faithful remake of the original NES game. This can be either good or bad. Some may enjoy the game as a throwback to the classics with a fresh coat of paint, while others may be frustrated by many aspects of the game’s dated design." (Final Fantasy, PSP)

Chrono  +   767d ago
IMO, the ultimate version of FF1 is the iPad's. The touchscreen makes the battles really smooth. It has the same graphics and content of the PSP version.

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