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System:
Game Boy Advance
Publisher:
Nintendo of Europe GmbH
Developer:
Square Enix Co.
UPC: 45496734923

Released: 11-29-04
Players: 1
Country Origin: Europe
ESRB: E
Exclusive: Yes

Game Genre:
Role-Playing (RPG)
Game Perspective:
Top-Down
Genre Non-Sport:
Anime / Manga, Medieval / Fantasy, Turn-based
Game Misc:
Compilation / Shovelware

Price Guide (USD):
Loose:  $10.36
Complete:  $19.48
New:  $32.99
Rarity:  4/10

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Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Box Description

Relive the first two chapters in the Final Fantasy saga--this time with all-new story elements and gameplay. Now you can experience new dungeons, storylines, and characters. Furthermore, you can master the enhanced control systems, and you can save your game at anytime. In Final Fantasy, you control a group of heroes on a mission to save a kingdom in turmoil. The sequel lets you swap out members of your parties during the game, allowing you to experience the adventure with more characters.

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Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Review by: XxEzraxX - 9.5/10

Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Review
Here is a game that takes you into a whole new world and never lets you out. Final Fantasy, a wonderful game series, this title in particular happens to be a remake of the first two Final Fantasy's. Now when I first played this game I wondered how it worked, because for those who have played the two titles know that they both have different leveling systems. For instance, Final Fantasy I has your standard gain EXP and level up concept while Final Fantasy II gives you a list of skills that depending upon what you do and what you use level up individually. However, turning the game on I came to a menu that actually let me have a choice on which one I wanted to play. My initial thought, "this is pretty freakin' sweet!"

So since that is how the game is set up, I will review both games individually within one review. I think it will makes things a little more clear for the readers and will help decide which game the reader would be more interested in. I rated the whole game a 9.5, I thought it was pretty cool that both games were featured in as separate titles instead of put into one. Personally I played the Final Fantasy I first so that is where I will begin.

Final Fantasy I is a role playing game, at the start you choose what kind of character you wish your party to have. Example: warrior, white mage, red mage, black mage and thief etc. Once you have chosen your party you then proceed to name them, and if you feel uncreative at this point there is an auto name feature which I find pretty handy. Once you are thrown in the world then all you must do is defeat the first boss, and help the rest of the world save their crystals going from town to town. Some may be unsuccessful in the beginning, but later in the path all will be right with the world and you will save all of the crystals being the warriors of light that you are. As said in the legend spoken to you in the beginning of the game. That is pretty much the simple run of Final Fantasy I.

Final Fantasy II is one of the only titles in Final Fantasy that I can think of (or have ever played) that can possibly be a squeal to Final Fantasy. It is pretty much the same concept you must go from town to town and help save the world by defending the crystal that a few towns acquire. However, there are some differences with the two titles. For instance, like mentioned before the leveling system is different and the characters are not the warriors of light.

If these games were the original copies for the NES then I would rate them about a 7 for graphics because of how unadvanced technology was at that time, it was nice to look at but it wasn't exactly a definable looking game. However, since this is a remake and the graphics have improved for both games drastically I rate the graphics and sound a 9. These games where very beautiful to look at and the sound quality was a lot better than the 8-bit sound of the older games (granted I love the 8-bit sound), with its updated tiles and sprites even the monsters look more clear and defined.

As for the addictiveness an 8, two really good games with story lines that are easy to follow and really quite interesting once you really get into the game. I pick this game up and play for hours, the only times I ever really put it down is when I have to do some serious level grinding but I think this is more of a personal issue really, because I just get kind of tired of fighting the same monsters over and over again. Not to mention how many times you will encounter a random battle, it happens just about everywhere except in towns of course. Story I rated an 8, they where both very interesting and I think very well thought out. Although Final Fantasy II may have been a bit of a copy of Final Fantasy I, it had it's own set of differences and was really interesting.

For the depth and difficulty I rated them both a 7, the games are both quite long and have many hidden items and things of the sort. I still haven't found everything in the game, and I have been playing Final Fantasy since I was about seven. Also this game can get really challenging, enough random battle encounters and you will suddenly have fallen party members or at some point you will encounter an extremely hard boss that won't be defeated unless you level grind like crazy. But the games are not impossible, in fact if it wasn't for things that I just mentioned it wouldn't be hard at all.

Over all Final Fantasy I & II Dawn of Souls is a wonderful remake of two iconic games rolled into one. I suggest them to any fan of the franchise or anyone that is into RPG's. They have wonderful story lines, and the graphics for these remakes will not bore you or turn you off from the game. Also, I know at some point it will more than likely be asked which title do I prefer to play? The first one, I enjoyed the game a lot especially when I took my first run through it. With the second one I liked it almost as much if it wasn't for the skills leveling system, it just generally confuses me and at times I have a hard time deciding which skill I want to level up for each character. Anyway, I hope that this review has inspired you to pick up this game and give it a shot, I hope for those who have not played it that you enjoy the games and have an amazing adventure.
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Depth 7   Story 8   Difficulty 7

Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Game Description

Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls is a re-release of the two remakes of the original Famicom (NES) games with additional extras.

Final Fantasy I features four "Soul of Chaos" dungeons, unlocked during the course of the plot. These elemental dungeons are for high-level players, and contain a collection of bosses taken from later Final Fantasy games. Final Fantasy II includes an extra storyline known as the "Soul of Rebirth." This mode is unlocked after completing the game and acts as an epilogue, featuring characters killed off in the main story. Both games gain a bestiary that tracks all the monsters the player has fought and their stats and weaknesses.

Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Reviews

Overall 9.4    Graphics 8.6    Sound 9    Addictive 8.7    Story 8.5    Depth 8.5    Difficulty 6.2


9.7
An amazing beginning to the Final Fantasy series.   rb1295
The beginnings of the Final Fantasy game series. Even being the earliest game of the series, they ar...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.2/5     Submitted: 05-05-13     Review Replies: 0

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Great Games!   jayron122
Both Final Fantasy 1 and 2 are both amazing.  I played both of them on the Game boy and the&nbs...
  Graphics 8   Sound 4   Addictive 7   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 11-28-12     Review Replies: 2

9.5
Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Review   XxEzraxX
Here is a game that takes you into a whole new world and never lets you out. Final Fantasy, a wonder...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Story 8   Depth 7   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.9/5     Submitted: 11-08-12     Review Replies: 3

10
DAWN OF SOULS   Aceo47
It would be best that you have your people upgraded before you face the last two Fiends. First, you ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3.7/5     Submitted: 03-10-11     Updated: 04-20-11     Review Replies: 2

8.8
Final Fantasy I & II Dawn of Souls Review   DestinyHeroDC
I am first going to start off by saying, this game is actually the first Final Fantasy game I beat. ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 7   Depth 10   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3.7/5     Submitted: 04-21-15     Review Replies: 5

9.6
Final Fantasy   randanicole
I played this game when I was a little kid on long car rides on my game boy advance and when I saw i...
  Graphics 7   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 10   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 3.5/5     Submitted: 05-11-14     Review Replies: 1

10
Final Fantasy 1 & 2 Dawn of Souls (DoS)   Kyle!
OK, you've sat down as a child (Some of you though) and played what is like the Xbox 360, or PS3- Th...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 8   Depth 10   Difficulty 2

      Review Rating: 3.3/5     Submitted: 03-27-12     Review Replies: 6

10
most strategical exp gain system of ff ive played   heartofwrath
this game and 3rd one for snes are definitely my favorite of the series although third one has most ...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 3.2/5     Submitted: 04-20-11     Review Replies: 0

9.7
The Best Final Fantasy game on the Game Boy!   Agro
I had always loved this game. I Had this game on the game boy , but I lost it, and when I found this...
  Graphics 5   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 05-06-14     Review Replies: 2

9
from nes to the gameboy   joey9900
Well here's my review for final fantasy 1 and 2 I give this a 9 overall for playability and graphics...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 9   Story 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 7

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 12-04-13     Review Replies: 1

10
Final Fantasy I y II dawn of souls review   DJ-EOTD
A review about this game and my experiences...
  Graphics 8   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 07-04-14     Review Replies: 4

10
My first RPG   hyperflareman12
Whats up guys. Hyperflareman12 here. For my first RPG game.Let us start with Final Fantasy I. A game...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 2.8/5     Submitted: 07-16-12     Review Replies: 0

9.5
Final Fantasy I&II: Dawn of Souls   Megagamer42
Overall: This game is what it is. It is a remake of Final Fantasy I (Nintendo Entertainment System),...
  Graphics 8   Sound 9   Addictive 10   Story 8   Depth 7   Difficulty 4

      Review Rating: 2.8/5     Submitted: 10-24-12     Review Replies: 2

8.5
Final Fantasy Dawn Of Souls   deggle
Okay this is for another final fantasy go team let's go Graphics number 9 the graphics were really ...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 2.7/5     Submitted: 01-07-14     Review Replies: 2

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Final Fantasy I & II - Dawn of Souls Cheat Codes

Do extra damage (FFII)

To do extra damage, take any damage doing spell(such as Fire, Ice or Holy)
Now go into a fight with only one monster and when your aiming your spell hit up to target every monster (even though there's just one) and attack. you do 1.5 more damage then if you attacked with it aimed only for the solo monster, because the way this damage is done is (Spell damage)x 1.5/ by the number of monsters

You still get the 1.5 boast to the spell, but it is divided by 1, thus not lowering its damage compared to if there were 2 monsters.

Pattern of toad spell game- best weapons and armor

Okay, once you get the toad spell to level 16, get on the snowship, then hold A and press the B button 22 times. The secret minigame will then pop up. Play the first one, but don't worry about winning. After you uncover all the toad squares, write the pattern down. Some look a lot alike, so be careful. After that, start a game and give up 31 times without playing. On the 32nd time, it will be the same exact pattern as the one you wrote down. You can now get the best sword and armor in the game.

New Game+

Beat the game once and wait until it tells you to save after the credits.


Earthgift Shrine

Defeat Lich. Located near Temple of Chaos.



Hellfire Chasm

Defeat Marilith. Located in the Dragon Islands.



Lifespring Grotto

Defeat Kraken. Located near the canal by Melmond.



Whisperwind Cove

Defeat Tiamat. Located in the rivers near the Ice Cave.

Unlock Sound Test.

Beat Final Fantasy 1 and 2 once to unlock a sound test.

Final Fantasy 9 refrence

In the Water shrine, go in it and find the area with all the dancers. Talk to alot of them and you should hear some say something about the Tatarus theater and the "I want to be your canary" play which is all Zidanes theater group in FF9!

Here lies Link

In Final Fantasy I when you visit Elfheim, press A on the left most tombstone behind the inn. It will say "Here lies Link." Link being the famous star of the Legend of Zelda series.

Ride a Chocobo

In Final Fantasy II, directly South of Kashuan Keep is a forest, and within the forest is a small patch of grass. Walk over the grass to enter the hidden Chocobo's Forest, a large field of grass. If you find a Chocobo in it, you can ride it.

Trance Kuja FF9 Reference

In the whisperwind cove, on the floor where you must find a certain boy, there is one boy that says he wants a "Trance Kuja" doll.

FF1 Mini Game

While on the ship, hold down A and keep tapping B. Soon, a sliding tile minigame will appear. The aim of the game is to put the numbered tiles in order from 1 to 15. If you do well, you gain items and money!

FFII Easy HP and Stamina up

Simply attack yourself one or two times, and your HP and/or stamina will be raised after almost every battle. Im REALLY early in the game and i already have over 1000 HP for each character, and it barely took me any time. As an added bonus, your weapon levels will also be raised.

Hidden magic vendor (Final Fantasy II)

In the jade passage in Final Fantasy II, there is a Magic seller behind the lowest level of the waterfall. Enter the waterfall by hugging the wall from the right of left, then when you stop, press the talk button.

Peninsula of Power

This 2x2 piece of land is Northeast of the town of Pravoka. From Pravoka, head South to the mountains, then East until you see a dock, then from there, head North. The monsters you can find is a whole lot stronger then ordinary monsters around. Other then leveling up skills quickly, the equipments the monsters drop is the best you can get for quite a while; Winter Wolf drops the Ice Shield! Minotaur Zombie drops the Great Axe!

Peninsula of Power 2

In Final Fantasy 2 go down from the first town to a peninsula and move around till a foe come out. There you fight very hard foes like Brains. You get major stat boosts if you survive. Great if you started a new file.

Soul of Rebirth

After you've completed the main story, an additional option will appear at the Final Fantasy II main menu. Select Soul of Rebirth to begin a new journey...

Tile Game

In FF II there is a match-the-faces tile game that gives items and cash prizes. When you are on the ice sled, hold A and keep pressing B to bring up the game.

Toad Memory Game

In FF2, if you level up the Toad spell to lv16, the faces on the memory game change to toads. Also, the prizes will change, yielding Genji equipment for many rankings, and a Masamune for a no-miss game.

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Lexatom 01-06-17 - 02:16 PM
 I like remakes more than originals. I hated original Final Fantasy I for the NES.
ClemenceRoques 07-30-16 - 01:46 PM
 Cool game :)
metalizer101 01-29-16 - 10:20 AM
 Can't say you played the original, but still a great remake.
sacker 11-12-15 - 09:02 AM
 I ALMOST KILLED CHAOS AND SAVED BEF THE FINAL MOVE WHEN THE POWER BLACKED OUT AND THE SAVE WAS NOT RECOGNIZED!
DestinyHeroDC 04-21-15 - 11:49 AM
 This game is a beautiful remake. I like it even more than origins.
Vanelan 01-19-15 - 09:22 PM
 An excellent remake of the original FFs...
Zhuang 10-30-14 - 08:31 AM
 I enjoyed the original Final Fantasy and Final Fantasy 2.
gamerforlifefor.. 10-14-14 - 11:19 AM
 I enjoyed the original Final Fantasy but I absolutely hate Final Fantasy 2.
cujocricket 03-28-14 - 03:03 AM
 Thanks for the tip Banana-Eater.
ScarTheScarab 02-03-14 - 09:00 PM
 did anyone know that it takes ten times of casting a lvl 1 magic to lvl it, 20 for lvl 2, and so on
aronpersonman 06-28-13 - 11:33 PM
 im makeing walk though bandiecam ride
Delano1 05-12-13 - 07:36 AM
 This version is much smoother to play in comparision to the original
Apogree 05-05-13 - 01:28 PM
 I'm loving how this version is much easier overall to play than the original. Thanks for having this Vizzed!
Awegamer 04-12-13 - 09:15 AM
 Anyway this is amazing. Way better than nes verison. What im happy about is that the battle and text is fast. On the nes verison of final fantasy, you had to wait 5 seconds for (Your name) Hit The monster for (whatever) damage!
Awegamer 04-12-13 - 09:09 AM
 I use safari, it works amazing.
PokeNerdB162 04-05-13 - 09:35 PM
 Well Chrome is working better then my other two types of browsers.
Kyle! 03-08-13 - 02:47 PM
 Crona_1: I recommend trying a different browser while playing. Vizzed recommends Internet Explorer. Or Firefox.
Wallis 02-17-13 - 08:47 PM
 is there a map on Dawn of souls 2?
Crona_1 02-03-13 - 07:56 AM
 Can't find a way to load game when the game window shows the whole thing, even tried the "play w/o chatbox", still cuts off about 1/3 of the game screen.
ScarTheScarab 10-13-12 - 04:00 PM
 I survived in escaping the hard area that leads to mysidia, i now have holy before i even went to the dreadnought
Avernotte 09-14-12 - 06:32 PM
 ( Ok i realize that maybe you are asking for something different. Maybe for putting down just the music ecc. Sorry for my bad english :P )
Avernotte 09-14-12 - 06:27 PM
 Guys, you can turn down the volume from the computer! :) Anyway, great game! now that i have the graphic card half-dead, I can spent the free time with this fabolous series! thanks :)
Arcabite 09-13-12 - 02:54 PM
 is there a way to turn the in game volume down
Razielgetsuhige.. 08-24-12 - 08:49 PM
 i have every final fantasy up to 7 on my iphone XD it isnt good enough to play 8 but im trying
Kyle! 08-04-12 - 09:27 AM
 @Slo, you may need to reload the page, or close your browser and come back to this page and select the," Play game without chatbox" option. Hope this helped!

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