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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 826d ago | review

TouchGen: Final Fantasy V Review

TouchGen: The first thing most gamers think of when reminiscing on Final Fantasy V is the iconic “job system.” While the idea of jobs and classes wasn’t new in Final Fantasy V, this game emphasized the player’s freedom to change characters’ assigned jobs with impunity. In addition to the ability to change jobs, the player can also retain abilities from other jobs, affording the creation of hybrid classes. The inclusion of the job system put the spotlight on the gameplay mechanics in Final Fantasy V, a slight change in course from the heavily emphasized story in Final Fantasy IV. Story still plays a role in FFV, but the job system is the defining feature. (Final Fantasy V, iPad, iPhone) 4/5

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