Final Fantasy II came out on the SNES in America in the early 90's not too long after the first Final Fantasy game on the NES. More Final Fantasy games came out in Japan in the interim and it threw off the numbering scheme here in the states since those games weren't released here. We in the US didn't see the "real" Final Fantasy IV (This was the second in the states, 4th in Japan) until the early 2000's on the PlayStation and there were some differences. … more
Final Fantasy turned out to be a raging success on the NES. Especially in Japan. Before Final Fantasy I even came to the United States, Final Fantasy II was already dropping down in Japan. The game was a follow up to the original Final Fantasy, but it outdid the first Final Fantasy in just about everyway. Except for one, and it ends up being the biggest detraction from Final Fantasy II. First, a little history. Final Fantasy II actually … more
Lets get something strate first: This game is REALLY Final Fantasy IV!!! The ONLY reason it's called Final Fantasy II is because Final Fantasy II & III for Nintendo never came to the US! So Nintendo decided to just skip those numbers so no one would feel like their missing out on something! With that said Final Fantasy II way a good addition to the SNES library! Although there was some cencoring done to the language, and even though some questionable sceans were cut, it was one of Super Nintendo's … more
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