Vooks writes: "Final Fantasy is one of those trademark series that's been popular for years and years, and continually impresses gamers with every iteration released. In order to mark the survival and success of the franchise, Square Enix remade two classic titles; one previously released only in Japan and the other released in America as Final Fantasy II. Final Fantasy III and Final Fantasy IV, respectively, for the Nintendo DS system.
Originally completely two dimensional and released on the Famicom and Super Nintendo. (Again respectively). The enhanced remakes sport a complete makeover - including three dimensional graphics and several gameplay tweaks that improve each game. Final Fantasy IV is the second of these remakes and does a great job at updating a game without "ruining" it as usually expected from remakes, while still keeping it quite accessible for those who did not experience the original."