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Square Enix Opens Final Fantasy I and II Advance Website
04.12.04 - 1:14 PM

Square Enix has opened the official website for its Game Boy Advance compilation Final Fantasy I and II Advance today. So far most of the site's sections are still inaccessible, but some new gameplay-related details have been released. With the implementation of the MP system into Final Fantasy I, the systems of both games have been unified and players can save everywhere. Furthermore, text messages now feature kana and kanji.

Final Fantasy I and II Advance will be available in Japan this July for 5,800 yen ($54.56 US).


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