Well I finally got Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection in the mail and I love the hell out of it. The updated graphics and visuals are amazing. The translation and dialogue are updated and much easier to understand. I 100% recommend any RPG fan, especially old skool RPG fan to pick this game up for the PSP.
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I don’t have much too say about Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection that I haven’t already said and or drooled about previously. So, enjoy this trailer.
Thanks to the wonderous Amazon.com, I’m sitting around with my thumbs up my ass waiting for Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection. But until I get it in my hands, I (and you) can feast on the new screenshots past the break.
1 short week from now Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection will be released on the PSP, and I will be locked away in the bathroom on the toilet for several hours a day playing the games until completion. If yo head past the break you can check out 25 new updated awesome super cool fantabulous looking screenshots for the game.
If you follow this news type blog at all you know I have a RPG saturated boner for almost anything Final Fantasy. Well, Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection takes FFIV and FFIV: The After Years and wraps them up nicely in one package. Well, now as I get more and more excited, they have announced the special edition.
In said edition you will receive includes a number of exclusive in-pack items comprising high quality Art Cards featuring artwork from FFIV and The After Years and a screen-cleaning cloth decorated with Cecil from FFIV character design, all housed in special fold-out presentation box. The pack also includes special downloadable content for use in Final Fantasy Dissidia, that will be revealed at a later date. To get these items I recommend you pre-order the game which is due out April 19th, 2011. READ MORE
I bought this ROM program for my G2 fully loaded with just about every Super Nintendo game ever. So I started playing Final Fantasy II (IV in Japan) with the ROM program on my phone. Then I found out about FF IV: The Complete Collection and I nearly shit. Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection is being released on the PSP sometime this spring in Europe and other PAL territories.
It will consist of a totally remade and upgraded Final Fantasy II (IV in Japan), and released only for Wiiware Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, which continues FFIV years after. Screens past the break. READ MORE
Back when my friend Ryan and I were just wee little lads, we used to sit around and play video games. And that was about it. Well, Ryan’s mom had bought him Final Fantasy II (IV in Japan) thinking it was a new Zelda game. She was wrong, but her mistake ended up changing our lives forever. We played that game. We played the hell out of it. Together. You could each use a controller during battles and you each had full control over all characters. So we split up the characters and played.
Being our 1st RPG, it pulled us into the Roll Playing Game world and never let go. From just about every Final Fantasy game, to Chrono Trigger, Secret Of Mana, Secret Of Evermore, Earthbound, we didn’t stop. Well, 20 some odd years later, here we are again. Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection is being released on the PSP sometime this spring in Europe and other PAL territories. If this means I’m going to have to buy it and have it shipped to the U.S., I don’t really care. I just WANT IT NOW. More past the break. READ MORE