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Final Fantasy Legend

Final Fantasy Legend (GB) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Genre: RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: Square
AKA: Makai Toushi SaGa (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/30/1990
JP
12/15/1989

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Staff Reviews

Final Fantasy Legend review

Reviewed September 07, 2007

Rob Hamilton says: "For example, in the very first world, all a player has to do is go to three castles and get a specific item from each king to open the next few floors of the tower for exploration. One king gladly does so if the party kills a local bandit living in a tiny cave. Another fights the party for his treasure in what could be considered a mini-boss fight. The third is assassinated, leaving the party to slaughter the weak usurper and claim the third item. All of this could be done in 15 minutes ó if I hadnít had to spend a good hour or so fighting monsters to earn money for equipment and to build up my humans."
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Final Fantasy Legend review

Reviewed August 01, 2007

Sho says: "Iíll give it credit for one thing: this gameís release was a radical departure from all the other RPGs of its day. Mixing the standard swords and sorcery with machine guns and nuclear missiles, youíll even explore the post-apocalyptic ruins of a modern city in a universe where humans, mutants, and several varieties of monsters apparently live in harmony without trying to eat each other. Four distinct worlds are connected via a seemingly endless tower thatís said to ultimately lead to paradise, inspiring your party of four to risk its dizzying heights. Unfortunately for them, Final Fantasy Legend is no paradise by any stretch of the imagination; itís actually a one-way ticket straight to the bowels of hell."
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Reader Reviews

Final Fantasy Legend review

Reviewed December 31, 1969

ratking says: " This game was the first type of Final Fantasy Game I ever had. I loved it sense the start, even though I lost the game. Sooner or later I will rebuy this game because it is one of the best games ever made. Now some believe that this game has no relation to the Final Fantasy series, and in truth they are correct. This is actually part of another series (SaGa) that was given the Final Fantasy name in America. Either way Square had added another game to its famous title, and one that is deservin..."
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