The next review of the Pixel Remasters from the Final Fantasy franchise is here, and the game is much better than I remembered.
I’m slowly working through the Pixel Remaster editions of the first six Final Fantasy games, and I’m letting my wife pick the order. (She’s doing so at random, as she’s not a gamer. It just moves me past decision paralysis.) Below is my review of number IV, which I thought was number II growing up. The actual Final Fantasy II will be the topic of the next review. (I obtain all iOS achievements in one game before getting the next, so the reviews won’t be coming out particularly quickly.)
The first six Final Fantasy games are getting remastered upgrades this year. Five of them have been released already. Here is our review of the first.
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It’s the summer break between teaching years, and the baby is due in about three weeks. Time to log all the game time I can!
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I’m a teacher on summer break and recovering from surgery. Therefore, more video game reviews!
In 2012, Square Enix and Matrix Software released a mobile Final Fantasy that harkened back to the heydays of the 16-bit processor. How successful was it?
I’ve been a gamer since the days of Impossible Mission, Druid, Ghostbusters, Winter Games, and others on my Commodore 64. The Winter/Summer/California Games series was the first franchise I fell in love with, but there was one franchise that made me fall in love with an entire genre. That franchise turns 40 this year. We don’t know the exact date that first game came out, so we’re talking about it on January 1.
My favourite video game franchise has had numerous novel adaptations in the Japanese language, including a single book with adaptations of Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, and Final Fantasy III released to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the franchise in 2012. Eight years later, we finally get that collection in English.
I’m still working through the video game reviews our readers voted on. Today, the last 8 bit Dragon Quest game. Next up: Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.