Solid game but... Two issues. First is that it *needs* gamepad support, got an Nvidea SHIELD and this game would work well with it. Second is a bit bigger, needs support for Android RunTime as AOT compiling will be standard on Android L when its released. Would like to see SquareEnix get ahead of the game for once, as it stands this game may not work with the next Android version.
Absolutely Amazing !!! Being a huge fan of the original, beating it numerous times over many many years, now almost 20 years later i am able to continue their story and it feels absolutely amazing. The ending brought me to tears as it literally felt like i was back in the lives of long lost friends again. The final soundtrack was a masterpiece! The story is now complete!!!
Great mechanics, torturously repetitive I'll get the good parts out of the way first - the new moon phase mechanic adds some variety to the fighting (granted it doesn't add anything else), and the great looks of FFIV remain as well. 95% of everything else was also pulled from FFIV. You'll play the same characters in the same towns using the same items - and hilariously, you'll even have to beat the same dungeons multiple times to go through this nonsensical, lead-you-by-the-nose story. You'll play the vast majority of the game with low-level characters, and grinding is an absolute chore. This is a 40 hour game, and all you've played all 40 hours already. No voice overs, the same music... a complete rehash of IV, with an insane random encounter rate. For completists and masochists only.
FF IV: After years Great sequel to one the best Final Fantasy stories written. This is the kind of thing I'd love to see more of from all developers for RPG's of high caliber.
Extended Final Fantasy IV, Nothing Else I played FF IV (or II) on the SNES many times as a teenager and it was great. This game got my attention and I knew I would be playing it soon enough. I definitely like the look of this version better compared to the others that came out. I am playing this on my ten inch Samsung tablet and it's great, can't imagine any other way. After reading some of the negative reviews I do agree on many parts. The different stories with the characters aren't anything memorable and it seems repetitive. I guess it's nice to see some new characters, mostly just kids that the older characters had and the two twins from the previous game that grew up (I thought they turned themselves into stone though). The part that really sucks is how a lot of the same music was reused. I haven't heard anything new. Overall it's not a bad game for at least one play through. I am glad I bought this at a discounted price.
This is a terrible game I just can't do it. I've tried again, and it's awful. WHY would you start the game with the most boring, uninteresting, and uninspired stereotypical character in video game history? God, it's so boring. I hate that it's divided into chapters, because you have that "Nothing I do is gonna matter" feeling the whole time, but even that is just made worse because of how boring this kid is. Rydia is present, Yang is present, Kain is present... And you're playing as a kid. Sometimes I hate the JRPG genre.
Fixed minor bugs.
Support for the following languages has been added:
- Chinese (Simplified/Traditional)