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Final Fantasy Origins Editor Review
04.09.03 - 3:59 PM

It goes without saying that the Final Fantasy is one of the most beloved role-playing series across the world. While most fans were indoctrinated into the genre by Final Fantasy II (Final Fantasy IV) for the SNES, many have never played the original on the NES and even fewer managed to play it's sequel which never saw the light of day in North America.


Today, Square Enix has brought the first two games of this legendary franchise to retailers everywhere in a snug little collector's package known as Final Fantasy Origins.

Final Fantasy Origins is a 16-bit redux of the classic 8-bit RPGs for the Sony PlayStation. Ken has spent a few days with the game and has written a superb review of this reincarnation of two very old classics.


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Stephen Harris





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