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  1. mr_blonde_88

    mr_blonde_88 Torture You? That's A Good Idea. I Like That
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    ok, maybe not remade like FF3, but how about a DS cart with 1,2,4&5 on it?
    that'd be kwl, (almost) all the games on one cart

    whens the english version out?
     
  2. Kajitani-Eizan

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    you played ff4 and didn't get what was so great? man, sucks to be you [​IMG]
     
  3. Gnat

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    I didn't have any slowdowns on my EZF3 either, you're not playing on a supercard are you?
     
  4. nl255

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    Nope, M3 now and before that F2A Ultra. By slowdowns I mean compared to the original SNES one as apparently the original GBA cart also has some slowdown as well.
     
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    Anyone knows about new features of FFV?
     
  6. edgeblade69

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    I don't get why people love 6 so much, 4 is clearly the superior SNES FF. And yes I've played/completed both. 6 I must've started and stopped 3 or 4 times before I finally finished it, it just didn't draw me in like 4 did. I guess it was overly complex and/or had too many characters. Yes, there is such a thing. It left them with incomplete/not well fleshed out stories and thus there was not as strong an attachment as there was with FF4's. FF5 was ok, it was just there.
    I'd love to see a sequel to FF4 personally. And I believe one of the recent issues of Nintendo Power mentions that FF5 GBA will have redone audio, a new end-game dungeon, etc. I don't think they went into much more detail than that.
     
  7. Psxphile

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    So unusual for me to reply.

    FFV Advance includes one new 50 floor dungeon (I think it was 50), new enemies (about 100 more, mostly pallette swaps I'm sure), 3 new job classes, possible new uber weapons for each class (if it follows FFIVa's direction), and at least one new ultra-tough optional boss (Enuo... yes, that guy).
     
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    I know I'm totally in the minority, but ff4 just seemed .... not epic. The story didn't draw me in like I was expecting it would. It felt like very minimal dialogue. And everyone in my party kept on leaving!!!

    I liked Chrono Trigger better [​IMG]
     
  9. Bowser128

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    Well I've used the (E) release of FF:IV on my M3 without any slowdown at all, so maybe it's just the (U) release that has all these issues [​IMG]
     
  10. Malcan

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    Ok, think about when it was first made. The 90s.
    In fact, to be more precise, 1991 was the first release.

    Don't expect much to change if it didn't change much by 1997.

    In all honesty FFIV is my favorite FF game.
     
  11. Kezane

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    To each his own - even if he feels that FFIV doesn't have the best of plots, he is entitled his opinion, even considering how old the game is.

    My personal favourite is FFV[thislol], and its story is weak as hell.
     
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    Do you know if you can use a save from the (U) version with the (E) version?
     
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    No you cant.
     
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