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Final Fantasy II

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Platform: PlayStation
Genre: RPG
Developer: Square

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JP
10/31/2002
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Staff Reviews

Final Fantasy II review (NES)

Reviewed July 19, 2012

Rob Hamilton says: "If one of them makes a habit of using swords in battle, that character will eventually be far more useful with that kind of weapon than any other. If another one specializes in casting spells, he'll wind up with tons of magic points. And if you regularly encounter weak enemies and ignore those hapless foes to have your party members beat up on each other, their hit points will go through the roof."
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