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Submitted by Pozzle 568d ago | review

Final Fantasy VI Review | PS Vita Reviews

Final Fantasy VI is a fun RPG and one of the fan favorites of the franchise. The Vita version has the same issue with Load Times as its predecessor and there are some that state it has crashed on them, so it does have its array of technical faults. If you can look past this, you can enjoy what some say is one of Final Fantasy’s best entries and one that took the bold step of bringing a female Main Character to the mythos. (Final Fantasy VI, PS Vita) 6.5/10

DarkLord1003  +   568d ago
This review clearly has to be a joke.
FamilyGuy  +   568d ago
6.5/10?

WTF

6 is thought of as one of the best in the series, this is the lowest I've ever seen it rated.
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3-4-5  +   567d ago
Lowest score I've ever seen for this game.

Their opinion I guess. I've never played it but from all I've seen and read it's supposedly one of the best RPG's of all time.

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