It has been a long journey, full of ups and downs and quite a bit of self doubt, but here we are 4 days before the end of 2015 and I have achieved the goal I had set out to do.
The final section of Final Fantasy IV is one of the toughest of any of the main series Final Fantasy games and jumping back in after a good few years away from my party was even tougher.
What is it with the second game in popular video game series? Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Metroid all had strange follow ups that managed to ditch much of what made the original games such an interesting new concept. Final Fantasy is no different and fans are rarely quiet when it comes to the dark …
Nearly a week has passed since I completed the very first Final Fantasy game and still I can’t find anything worth talking about in a round up article like this. I have explored some vast, beautiful worlds in Final Fantasy games, but I’ve never explored one as empty and dull as the one in the original game.
Nearly 40 hours into Metal Gear Solid V, it’s mad that I’ve found any time to make progress in another game, but the very first Final Fantasy game has managed to steal me away for a good few hours too.
I’ve always loved Final Fantasy V. Growing up it was the Pre-Playstation entry that resonated the most with me. Maybe it was the intricate job system? Maybe it was the seemingly simple story next to the rich narrative of FFVI? Either way, I seemed to feel a connection to the game.
I’ve always wanted to say I have completed all 12 of the main series Final Fantasy games so I’m setting myself the task of getting it done in the form of a blog series.