Best Final Fantasy Game to Start With?

Apollo

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Hello everyone! I have to confess that I've never played a Final Fantasy game. I have played a few RPGs, but have never gotten around to it, though a lot of my gamer friends love the series. I'm very interested in giving it a try, but I wanted to know which game would be the best entry point?

If it helps, my current systems are:
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DS

Thanks in advance!
 
Jan 14, 2018
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If you are not discriminatory with dated graphics start with Final Fantasy 7 and 8 but with the system you have available, start with 10 and 12 for your ps2 and 13 with your Ps3.

Final fantasy 1 is available in ds.
 
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I think the best Final Fanasty to start with is FFX, it has amazing gameplay and an amazing story and it makes you get attached to the characters and fall in love with them. It's available on PS2, PS3, PS4, and PC. And its worth every single penny!
 

Anachiwo

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Hello everyone! I have to confess that I've never played a Final Fantasy game. I have played a few RPGs, but have never gotten around to it, though a lot of my gamer friends love the series. I'm very interested in giving it a try, but I wanted to know which game would be the best entry point?

If it helps, my current systems are:
PS2
PS3
Gamecube
DS

Thanks in advance!
Glad you have Playstation console in PS2 and PS3, it's definitely going to be a wonderful experience starting with the game being played in such gaming gadgets. If you had tried starting it on Android version of the game, you may not appreciate it probably because of poor graphics. But gaming on Playstation, you can be sure to enjoy the Final Fantasy games. Trying playing from Final Fantasy 10 upwards, it's a great series from that juncture.
 
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It all depends on personal interests. Some feel that the earlier versions are the best to get a hang of the game. The best part of the series is that the games are not too much interrelated. You can choose any game of the series and simply start playing. Keeping this in mind, I would say any part after FFX can offer a good start. With time, the latest games of the series have incorporated the latest advancements of gaming. This makes the latter acceptable even by the new age people.
 
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It all depends on personal interests. Some feel that the earlier versions are the best to get a hang of the game. The best part of the series is that the games are not too much interrelated. You can choose any game of the series and simply start playing. Keeping this in mind, I would say any part after FFX can offer a good start. With time, the latest games of the series have incorporated the latest advancements of gaming. This makes the latter acceptable even by the new age people.
Yeah, even if depends on each one's interests, I'd say start with an earlier version so that we can get a notion of what the Final Fantasy games are, and then proceed to the most recent versions.
 
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My personal favorite is FF 7. And for that reason I personally prefer to make use of the recommendation on the game. You can see that some of the time FF games from any order is good. I'd say FF 7 and FF 6 and FF 10. That is the thing I have seen so far.
 

Anachiwo

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My personal favorite is FF 7. And for that reason I personally prefer to make use of the recommendation on the game. You can see that some of the time FF games from any order is good. I'd say FF 7 and FF 6 and FF 10. That is the thing I have seen so far.
It seems Final Fantasy 7 happens to be your favorite of all the series FF games. It's actually a good one, the storyline is very interesting and the characters good unlike some complaints players have against the character use in Final Fantasy 15. Some say it gave no room for mixture in characters. Do you have anything against the character features of FF 15?
 

Anachiwo

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Yeah, even if depends on each one's interests, I'd say start with an earlier version so that we can get a notion of what the Final Fantasy games are, and then proceed to the most recent versions.
This is another good way to go about getting to understand the core foundation of the Final Fantasy games. It is definitely going to give the player a view on the history of the game by playing from the first series of the game. Although the issue of poor graphics might play a negative role in making the game a satisfactory experience.
 
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Yeah, even if depends on each one's interests, I'd say start with an earlier version so that we can get a notion of what the Final Fantasy games are, and then proceed to the most recent versions.
May be you are correct. But the earlier one were undoubtedly best for their time, they can fail to attract the modern age gamers. This can act as a hurdle in increasing the fan following of the game.
 
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Yep, that is true too. At the same time, if we start with the more modern games guess what, we are never going to play the older games, that's I way I said start with the older games.
 
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Looking for the best final fantasy game to start with? I would advise you start with the very first one FF1 as you slowly ascend up the series, but if you just strictly want to begin with the best, try FFVI.
 
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I think the best Final Fanasty to start with is FFX, it has amazing gameplay and an amazing story and it makes you get attached to the characters and fall in love with them. It's available on PS2, PS3, PS4, and PC. And its worth every single penny!
That is true. This game is worth playing.
 
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Yep, that is true too. At the same time, if we start with the more modern games guess what, we are never going to play the older games, that's I way I said start with the older games.
Yes I agree that you have a point. But new updates keep coming so by the time one finishes a series he will have another reason in front of him to keep him engrossed.
 
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I think FF7 is being said by many forum users. But also there seems to be a lot of users who say old games in the series are good too. Also do check out the mobile version of the games. Those are not bad either. You have to pick one which you are comfortable with.
 
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Yes I agree that you have a point. But new updates keep coming so by the time one finishes a series he will have another reason in front of him to keep him engrossed.
That's the beauty of Final Fantasy, new updates are being released on a regular basis, and this just means we have our new FF fix after a certain time!
 
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I think there are plenty of options. I'd say start from FF5 if you want to get the idea of the gaming. And then from there onwards you can play other titles. I am sure you'd love it that way.
 
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I think there are plenty of options. I'd say start from FF5 if you want to get the idea of the gaming. And then from there onwards you can play other titles. I am sure you'd love it that way.
FFV can also act a good kick start to the game. This game of the series moves in a calm and composed manner which can allow new users to get an easy hold of the game.
 
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I think FF7 is being said by many forum users. But also there seems to be a lot of users who say old games in the series are good too. Also do check out the mobile version of the games. Those are not bad either. You have to pick one which you are comfortable with.
Yeah, it is always a good thing to start with the ones you are comfortable with as you progress to more 'difficult' ones.
 
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You have done the right thing by deciding to join the communinty of FF. I am sure you will enjoy the games.
 
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