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From Cornelia to Eos: A Final Fantasy Series Retrospective from a First Timer - Part II
This time Keegan looks back on the SNES trio of Final Fantasy IV-VI.
12.05.17 - 12:16 PM

The NES era is where everything started, but when people talk about the golden age, this starts in the SNES era. What could be a better reward after the trials and tribulations of the first three Final Fantasy games than moving from 8 bits to 16 bits? This time, we get to explore the moon, the seas and see the very world get destroyed.

We return to Keegan's mammoth quest as he visits Final Fantasy IV, V and VI with From Cornelia to Eos Part II.

Final Fantasy has inspired generations of people, and I don't think it's unfair to say these are the three games really responsible for getting the series' name out there.

Check back in a few weeks time for Part III!


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