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Final Fantasy Saved Games

Howdy boys and girls! Get your Dex Drive out because here it comes!

First, we have a mighty good save from Square's Final Fantasy Tactics from my very own green memory card. Final Fantasy Tactics is my favorite game of all time. So naturally, you're getting one kickin' save from me. :P The save puts you near the end of the game. All the NPCs are in your party with level 50 and above characters. Ramza has mastered many job classes and has all but 2 job classes avaliable. All the NPCs are really pumped. Mustadio, Worker 8, Orlandu, Reis, Beowolf, and more. Check this one out. I can say that this save reigns supreme!

Next, we have Bryan Black's saves from Square's Final Fantasy Anthology. More specifically, Final Fantasy V. However, since I don't have Final Fantasy Anthology, I had to run to my friend's place to try it out. :P There are 5 saves at various points in the game with some fairly good characters. This is a good save if you find yourself stuck in the middle of the game.

Download these great saves by heading here.

Well folks, enjoy these saves. It looks like I'm taking over the saved games section now so send all your saves to me at ArchAngel@rpgfan.com. I'll play around with them and post them up here on RPGFan. Check the submissions page in the next few days for guidelines on saves. Until next time, keep your stick on the ice!

Date Updated:
January 16th, 2000

Time Updated:
6:40 PM


ArchAngel

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