Did Final fantasy 1 meet your expectations?

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This game definitely caught my eye when I was watching a couple of YouTube videos. The story mode was excellent, entailing Lukahn's prophesy whereby when the world is veiled in darkness and the land begins to rot, four warriors of light would emerge. Saving the princess from former Kingdom Knight Garland is my best mission in Final Fantasy 1. The game has an ancient look. It is one of the first RPGs to be made and that explains its two dimension outlook. It looks more like Contra. To be honest it met my expectations an I have not regretted playing. How about you?
 
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The Game 1 was good in the series. I think the next few games in the series added more character variations. And also lot of different enemy in due process. So I'd say first game in the series is more or less vintage now. And it'd be remembered as such. Now the modern XV is out. I think there is a lot of more gaming to be viewed in due process. So I have higher expectations with each new release. I kind of feel it keeps on improving with each new release they make.
 
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The Game 1 was good in the series. I think the next few games in the series added more character variations. And also lot of different enemy in due process. So I'd say first game in the series is more or less vintage now. And it'd be remembered as such. Now the modern XV is out. I think there is a lot of more gaming to be viewed in due process. So I have higher expectations with each new release. I kind of feel it keeps on improving with each new release they make.
I know the feeling overcast. The developers of FF are really doing a great job. Every new release has its own kind of charm and I have to say I also get amazed. I have played FF till XII so I don't have much to say about FFXV but from the videos I have watched I can be confident enough to tell a group of people the game is awesome. I think the first release was awesome too because it is laid a good foundation for the developers to keep surprising us.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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Of course this is one of the greatest and very interesting game to play. As for me, the most interesting part comes at the point where the player progresses through towns and dungeons.
 
Oct 26, 2017
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FFI gave a kick start to the Final Fantasy gaming series. Everything from the plot, layout, graphics and gaming strategy was unique and appealed to the masses. It was among the best games available at that time. Till date, the journey from I-XV has been mesmerizing. A new game is developed every year showing a gradual progress in terms of overall gaming developments.
 
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I had also watched a video this game first. The video of the game was looking very interesting and awesome than any other games. After that day, I started playing this game for many hours in a day. I am still in love with this game after watching its interesting video.
 
Oct 28, 2017
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I was much impressed by the intro video. Graphics were shown amazing in intro and I found it same in the game. I use to play this game everyday for many hours. I liked the locations and the objects so much and it feels so realistic.
 
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I was much impressed by the intro video. Graphics were shown amazing in intro and I found it same in the game. I use to play this game everyday for many hours. I liked the locations and the objects so much and it feels so realistic.
Yes I agree that the best part of Final Fantasy games was its realistic look. It appeared as if we were fighting an anxiety battle. Ever since its first version, the game has shown constant improvement in terms of looks, graphics and gameplay. This is the main reason why the series is a hot favorite of gamers from all over the world.
 

Heatman

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This game definitely caught my eye when I was watching a couple of YouTube videos. The story mode was excellent, entailing Lukahn's prophesy whereby when the world is veiled in darkness and the land begins to rot, four warriors of light would emerge. Saving the princess from former Kingdom Knight Garland is my best mission in Final Fantasy 1. The game has an ancient look. It is one of the first RPGs to be made and that explains its two dimension outlook. It looks more like Contra. To be honest it met my expectations an I have not regretted playing. How about you?
If I'm permitted to rate how the Final Fantasy 1 meet my expectations, it's going to be scaled 70/100. This rating doesn't mean that game isn't that good, to get a 70% rating means it actually offered a lot. I did enjoy playing it.

Although, we always know that with the production of new version, it's definitely going to knock the first release down the perch with its added features.
 

Heatman

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The Game 1 was good in the series. I think the next few games in the series added more character variations. And also lot of different enemy in due process. So I'd say first game in the series is more or less vintage now. And it'd be remembered as such. Now the modern XV is out. I think there is a lot of more gaming to be viewed in due process. So I have higher expectations with each new release. I kind of feel it keeps on improving with each new release they make.
I totally feel what you are getting at @overcast, the real reason why they bring out new release is upgrade on the old version. I think that most times, they go to the game fan page online and read through players request on where to improve the game, and then go back and see to the actual upgrading in the features that comes with the new version. This is exactly what happened to Final Fantasy 1 game.
 
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I know the feeling overcast. The developers of FF are really doing a great job. Every new release has its own kind of charm and I have to say I also get amazed. I have played FF till XII so I don't have much to say about FFXV but from the videos I have watched I can be confident enough to tell a group of people the game is awesome. I think the first release was awesome too because it is laid a good foundation for the developers to keep surprising us.
Yes after FF13 things have changed on graphics side. Also the soundtracks are lot different. I became fan since F7. I am fan of sephiroth and other characters. So it was kind of good series so far for me.
 

Heatman

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Yes after FF13 things have changed on graphics side. Also the soundtracks are lot different. I became fan since F7. I am fan of sephiroth and other characters. So it was kind of good series so far for me.
@overcast I actually got hooked up with playing from Final Fantasy VI. From that point, I was very pleased with what was obtainable in the game as there was increased upgrades in the graphics, characters and sound track.
 
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Yes, of course. This game makes me want to play a lot of RPG games that comes from the makers/developers of final fantasy. The story was great, visuals, skills, characters. All of it was absolutely perfect.
 

bembi

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Back when FFI first came out, it was awesome for it's time. Now a days, I would only recommend if you are a serious Final Fantasy fan or a serious RPG player and do not care about story or character development but difficulty. The story is not bad, but now a days it is very out dated. And the characters have no personality of their own.

FFI is not a bad game, but people who grew up with the later Final Fantasy games will probably not enjoy it. It may be worth checking out to see where the series started, but I don't know about buying it.

Only recommended for serious RPG fans. Or maybe if you really want a GBA game to play in your spare time. Just have a walk through if you get frusterated very easily.

If you really want to try it out, I would suggest downloading it to an emulator and trying it out.
 
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They have all met my expectations and many have gone well beyond. I did come back to the first one though, so it did not really have a chance to surpass any expectations, but it would have.
 
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@overcast I actually got hooked up with playing from Final Fantasy VI. From that point, I was very pleased with what was obtainable in the game as there was increased upgrades in the graphics, characters and sound track.
Yes. I am sure that your expectations will build up from the FF 7 onwards. Because that's the point from the which the good stories in the series are coming. And the art, story and other stuff is really good. I personally like that.
 

Heatman

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Yes. I am sure that your expectations will build up from the FF 7 onwards. Because that's the point from the which the good stories in the series are coming. And the art, story and other stuff is really good. I personally like that.
Yes, it sure did with my expectations from the game, and the game developers never disappointed. They always find a way to niggle in a new feature update in every version that they are ushering out for the gamers. The arts and graphics on the characters are very cool. I will upload one of the playable character from Final Fantasy 8 showing how good they have come with the game improvement.
 

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Yes of course it really met my expectations, I really enjoy this game. It is very amusing and convenient to play compare to any other platform games in the web. I find great gaming concept and updates in the different FF games that keeps innovating every year.
 

Dlankulit

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Definitely YES! FF1 is a kind of game that I enjoyed playing not only because of the awesome graphics and action but also because of it's story that I wanted to finish and see how it ends.
 

solji05

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One of my favorite aspects of FF1 is that the characters are distinct from each other (assuming you're not doing a 4 White Mage party or some such). Several of the later FFs (especially 7 and 8!) have systems that basically strip almost all uniqueness from the characters, since you can re-form your team at a moment's notice by swapping some gear.
And, of course, the power jump when you finish the Citadel of Trials is simply awesome.
 
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