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Final Fantasy II Videos and Trailers - PS1

Final Fantasy II
  • Publisher: Square
  • Genre:RPG
  • Developer: Square
  • Release Date:Jan 1, 0001
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:Enhanced port of the classic FF game. Final Fantasy II is notable for being both story-intensive and for doing away with the popular experience point system. Instead of having a level-up structure, player stats increased via the usage of certain attack types. The game's turn-based battle system gave the player the opportunity to input commands for all four members of the battle party at once. At any time before the command for the final character in the lineup was issued, the player could hit a button and return to the previous character to reissue a command. The story concerns the adventures of four youngsters from the kingdom of Fynn named Firion, Maria, Guy and Leon. After the parents are killed, these four set out to literally walk into the depth of Hell, defeat the evil emperor and find Maria's missing brother, Leon. The second Final Fantasy title also introduced the recurring character of Cid as well as the Chocobo birds.
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