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Final Fantasy IV Videos and Trailers - DS

  • Publisher: Square Enix
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Square Enix
  • Release Date:Jul 23, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E10+ - Everyone 10+ (Alcohol Reference,Fantasy Violence,Mild Language,Suggestive Themes)
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Game Description:A classic game gets a breath of new life in this updated, revamped version of the timeless 1991 RPG. Prepare to experience Final Fantasy as never before, with an augmented combat system, updated musical score, added material, full 3D rendering, and fully voiced CG cutscenes. Four elemental crystals, each with their own mysterious power, are scattered throughout the realm. The king orders you, the Dark Knight Cecil, to recover the crystals. But you quickly begin to question the king's motives, and are charged with treason. You're sent to dispatch a monster in a nearby area, setting off on a quest which includes adventure, betrayal, friendship, and self-discovery. Experience the magic, the glory, and the power of Final Fantasy, updated for the modern age!
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