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Final Fantasy IV Videos and Trailers - GBA

  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Genre:RPG
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  • Release Date:Dec 13, 2005
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:U - Unknown (Titles rated "Everyone 10+ (E10+)" may be suitable for ages 10 and older. They may contain cartoon, fantasy, or mild violence, mild language, and/or minimal suggestive themes.)
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Game Description:One man dares to cast away the darkness lurking within. Freed of his burden, he will seek a truth never before attained, and in the process, will face the greatest evil of all. Such is the task of Cecil, the adventurer who joins with old and new friends to complete his epic task in the fourth installment of the Final Fantasy series. Freshly remade for GBA, the classic adventure travels through 18 towns and castles. The ever-evolving 30-40 hour storyline stays fresh with 12 characters who come in and out of your party. The game is filled with all the monsters, spells, weapons, items, and astounding music that mark the Final Fantasy series.
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