GBA #2733 - Final Fantasy V Advance (Europe)

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Apr 12, 2007
  1. shaunj66
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    ^^release-2733^^
     


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    What is this? A nice GBA title?
    No way!
     
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    Am I the only one that liked everything except the Job options?

    I could never decide what was a good combination or what job to focus on. Some jobs had skills similar to others and... [​IMG]

    ...there I go getting confused again. Screw it I'll just eff up my characters and just hope it works out in the end. [​IMG]
     
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    FFV not only in english ? woaa
    they really worked well for this one.

    FFVI will have french too ?
    when released on PSX in France, it was in english language only.
     
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    Wow. What a rip off. [​IMG]
     
  6. Clau46

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    Does somebody know the romnumbers of the other final Fantasy (1,2,3,4)

    thnx

    Clau
     
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    I prefer playing in english, because french is often [always] very badly translated. (it looks like childish french, or "Racailles style")

    But I'm thinking about people who don't understand english, there were many games like that in france. for example Front Mission 3 english only ! [​IMG]
     
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    A lot of G-Online action today!
     
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    ditto, ive not gotta clue what im doing in FF3 jobwise
     
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    the job system in ff5 is like the best ever, in my opinion.
    the technique i used last time i played it was to decide that some of the chars whould be for example, 1 attackmage, 1 support mage, 2 melee attackers. so the jobs i levled for the attackmage was blackmage and summoner, then use the no job thingy in the end of the game, cause when you max a job, they get like. +30%mp, +10 magic dmg. ninjas can use two weapons without selecting the skill and so on. sorry if you dont understand. my eng is not that good [​IMG]
     
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    thnx for your help. FF III is only ds release right?

    Clau
     
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    Yeah it is DS only. If you wanted though you can play the original nes version with an awesome fan translation with HVCA (pocketnes scaling makes the font a bit hard to read unless you hack the rom).

    Translation:
    http://www.romhacking.net/trans/141/
     
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    Naja das kann man leider nicht mehr ändern.
     
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    Any differences between this and the US version (like there usually is)?
     
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    Usually are??
     
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    Any slowdown on the Supercard SD?
     
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    Haha. [​IMG] Go, English grammar!
     
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    jobs? early pointers:
    - just level monk for a bit with pretty much everyone (to get barehanded). barehanded is awesome.
    - make sure you have a white mage or someone with white magic. it's nice to have a level of black magic, too.
    - don't get too hung up on any one job for now; switch around frequently.
    - knight's two-handed is pretty good; don't bother leveling beyond that in knight until much later.
    - blue mages are awesome if you know what you're doing.
     
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    Yes. In the (E) version, Lenna pops her pixelated top.
     
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    lol, i wasn't ment to correct grammar, was asking, what changes are there usually?
     

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