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Final Fantasy II

Final Fantasy II (SNES) game cover art
Platform: SNES
Genre: Turn-Based RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: Square
AKA: Final Fantasy IV: Easy Type (JP)
Publisher
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Released
NA
11/23/1991
JP
10/29/1991
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Staff Reviews

Final Fantasy II review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

Lassarina Aoibhell says: "I pride myself on my ability to guess plot twists, and some of the events in this game caught me totally by surprise. I was pleasantly surprised by the depth of plot revealed in this game. After I finished the game, I was disappointed that I was finished--I wanted it to just keep going."
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Reader Reviews

Final Fantasy II review

Reviewed January 19, 2003

alecto says: "Although it never became the blockbuster in North America that subsequent Final Fantasy games did, the game that was released as Final Fantasy II made a powerful impression on many people including myself. Final Fantasy II will always be special to me; playing it turned me from being a somewhat casual gamer into someone who began to take games much more seriously. Although looking back I can now identify a few of the game’s weaknesses, I will never forget that initial impression of wonder and ex..."
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Final Fantasy II review

Reviewed March 24, 2010

joseph_valencia says: "It’s difficult to trash a game like “Final Fantasy II”, because you part with it on such a high note. The last dungeon is an awesome archive of treasures, guarded by some of the fiercest monsters you’ll ever find. These beasts can be very tricky, inflicting a magical death sentence on your whole team or countering your strongest magic with something even more devastating. One enemy even invites you to exploit its weakness, a trick I refused to fall for. On top of that, you’re in control of a hig..."
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Final Fantasy II review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

ratking says: "When I first started playing this game I had already played through its sequel Final Fantasy III, and believed it to be the greatest game ever. I, however, had not played this game yet and was a little too early in that decision. Final Fantasy is everything Final Fantasy III had and maybe more. I dearly love this game, for it gives you a complete package with a memorable storyline, a perfect gameplay system, and just a feel that would become present in many Final Fantasy games to follow. Besides..."
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Final Fantasy II review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

sgreenwell says: "When you confront the king about his motives, it begins a downward spiral that starts with you and your friend Kain being relegated to high-class delivery boys..."
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