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Final Fantasy V: The Advanced Saga

 
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Final Fantasy V Advance is a turn-based RPG that has interesting features that set it a part from the other Advanced games. I am a personal RPG fan so to me this is a fun game despite it being difficult at times. Besides that it has things to offer that the other Final Fantasy Advanced games don't.
Graphics: The map sprites could have been better but the battle sprites are tolerable to say the least. The background was done better than expected. And the monster are still more detailed than the players party members.
Sound: The sound is good considering on how this site has some trouble with the music of some games. All in all tolerable.
Addictiveness: As I said I'm a RPG fan so this games is quite addictive at times.
Story: The story is the same as any RPG (save the world from evil) but still it is good for it is a little different from most RPG. I won't get too much in it to avoid spoilers, but you are to protect the crystals of Fire, Water, Earth (the Wind crystal was destroyed at the beginning of the game) unfortunately most break but you get their powers.
Depth: This game has a class system similar to Final Fantasy: Dawn of Souls but the difference is that you can change the class one of your characters is from Knight, to BlueMage (a new one) to Beserker, to Monk. That is to name a few. The turn system is where you wait for the Action bar to fill up. I think of this as a way to change up the regular turn system.
Difficulty: The game can be quite difficult if not prepared right. The bosses as you progress also make the game a little bit more difficult.
To sum it up this game is sure to be liked by many RPG fans (like me) it is turn based so for those who prefer fast paced games this is not for you. This game is for those who like/need to have time to think of the next action they will perform. All in all it is a good game for those RPG fans (but keep in mind there is some content not suitable for young RPG fans).
Final Fantasy V Advance is a turn-based RPG that has interesting features that set it a part from the other Advanced games. I am a personal RPG fan so to me this is a fun game despite it being difficult at times. Besides that it has things to offer that the other Final Fantasy Advanced games don't.
Graphics: The map sprites could have been better but the battle sprites are tolerable to say the least. The background was done better than expected. And the monster are still more detailed than the players party members.
Sound: The sound is good considering on how this site has some trouble with the music of some games. All in all tolerable.
Addictiveness: As I said I'm a RPG fan so this games is quite addictive at times.
Story: The story is the same as any RPG (save the world from evil) but still it is good for it is a little different from most RPG. I won't get too much in it to avoid spoilers, but you are to protect the crystals of Fire, Water, Earth (the Wind crystal was destroyed at the beginning of the game) unfortunately most break but you get their powers.
Depth: This game has a class system similar to Final Fantasy: Dawn of Souls but the difference is that you can change the class one of your characters is from Knight, to BlueMage (a new one) to Beserker, to Monk. That is to name a few. The turn system is where you wait for the Action bar to fill up. I think of this as a way to change up the regular turn system.
Difficulty: The game can be quite difficult if not prepared right. The bosses as you progress also make the game a little bit more difficult.
To sum it up this game is sure to be liked by many RPG fans (like me) it is turn based so for those who prefer fast paced games this is not for you. This game is for those who like/need to have time to think of the next action they will perform. All in all it is a good game for those RPG fans (but keep in mind there is some content not suitable for young RPG fans).
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