Hironobu Sakaguchi and his bosses at Squaresoft back within the ’80s had had it. This whole business of making 3D racing games for the NES and sloppy variations of the movie Aliens for MSX wasn’t cutting it. Yet one more sport, they determined, and if it did not hit they might get out. The first Last Fantasy to deal with a grander storyline than the same old ‘save the crystals and save the world’ affair. II has some bizarre gameplay mechanics. Struggle has been the backdrop for many Closing Fantasy video games but it’s by no means as prevalent as it is in Last Fantasy XII.
In fact, dating back to the original Japanese launch of Closing Fantasy (for the Nintendo Entertainment System) in 1987, there have been over three dozen FF-related titles, and over 70 individual product releases, amounting to over 80 million items offered.
Ways Advance (GBA) on the very least has a superb soundtrack and fairly fun gameplay, even when the story is fairly rubbish. Studying this list, you may notice the evident omission of Ultimate Fantasy VI, which is commonly considered the most effective within the collection.
As a salute to the collection, Remaining Fantasy IX …