Never Played Never Heard of Final Fantasy 1

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My first Final fantasy game is VII and I enjoyed it a lot. I was around 6 to 9 years old when I played that game I can't quite remember my exact age. I always knew that there are new Final Fantasy games like X XI XII and so on. I never checked the lower or earlier versions of Final Fantasy franchise. This makes me curious to background check all the versions earlier than what I played. I think I will never be disappointed with what I will find because the succeeding versions performed well on my opinion.
 
Oct 24, 2017
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You have such a different situation than any other final fantasy lovers. There are many game lovers who like to play different versions of final fantasy for many hours in a day. You should check all the versions of final fantasy because all other versions are too much impressive and enjoyable.
 
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You have such a different situation than any other final fantasy lovers. There are many game lovers who like to play different versions of final fantasy for many hours in a day. You should check all the versions of final fantasy because all other versions are too much impressive and enjoyable.
I will definitely going to check all storyline and summaries of all final fantasy games. I am just now more curious about the old Final Fantasy. I want to find out the origin of the current impressive Final Fantasy. I want to see the evolution too from the pixelated games to the current graphics.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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According to the latest ranking of all the FF games, emerges at the top. FF I, which comes before, many, is relatively less captivating. I have heard of it and played it before.
 
Nov 3, 2017
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Never played it either. I started gaming on PSX and I don't intend to play older 2d games. They were both pretty simplistic and hard, not a combination I like.
 
Oct 29, 2017
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I just checked the game and I remember my childhood. Vivi is here already as a black mage. The battle style is pretty much the same from Final fantasy 1 to IX I am not very sure beyond that. It also reminds me of pokemon where you will go to grass in order to fight enemies or monsters.
 
Oct 24, 2017
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You are not missing anything to be honest. Modern version of the games are lot better. Also the graphics and storyplay of new games is better. Older ones were designed with the tech of that time. And they were limited on that. So if you are comfortable with that then surely go ahead and try them.
 
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You are not missing anything to be honest. Modern version of the games are lot better. Also the graphics and storyplay of new games is better. Older ones were designed with the tech of that time. And they were limited on that. So if you are comfortable with that then surely go ahead and try them.
Yeah, 2d games were all very simplistic in comparison to what we have today. Can't believe people used to pay 60$ for those, I don't think many people these day would play them for free. But I guess they did their best considering the hardware.
 
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Yeah, 2d games were all very simplistic in comparison to what we have today. Can't believe people used to pay 60$ for those, I don't think many people these day would play them for free. But I guess they did their best considering the hardware.
Those days where there are no cellphones or gadgets on the market I think those kind of games are a golden gift to them. It doesn't have to be perfect it just need to do it's purpose to be a good pass time for them.
 

Rhodolite

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Oh goodness. FF1...is like trying to pull teeth. Back then when it was new and magical it was fun...though the US version is horrid haha...Tons of bad spelling and whatnot but back then it was the experience...I suggest the remake cause that's way less cumbersome than the original. Heck I dissuade most from even trying with 1 and if they're that adamant...do the remake and not the original.
 

Anachiwo

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My first Final fantasy game is VII and I enjoyed it a lot. I was around 6 to 9 years old when I played that game I can't quite remember my exact age. I always knew that there are new Final Fantasy games like X XI XII and so on. I never checked the lower or earlier versions of Final Fantasy franchise. This makes me curious to background check all the versions earlier than what I played. I think I will never be disappointed with what I will find because the succeeding versions performed well on my opinion.
I would say that most people didn't play the Final Fantasy 1, only the pure first liners addict of Final Fantasy games are the ones to have played it completely. I came across it online and played it twice or so but didn't fully complete the game because of its low quality in graphics and characters.

It was from the Final Fantasy VI that I jumped in whole in playing the games and I practically enjoyed every bit of it.
 
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If you play it, you will know the magical story of final fantasy games. From ff1 to ff12. You can find all of the characters in Dissidia. Each characters has a great story. You missed a lot about the whole series of the game.
 

Anachiwo

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If you play it, you will know the magical story of final fantasy games. From ff1 to ff12. You can find all of the characters in Dissidia. Each characters has a great story. You missed a lot about the whole series of the game.
The truth is that as much as the starting the game from the first version of is good because it would help you in the foundation of the game, but as he jumped it and started in between the game, it's definitely going to be very difficult in getting him to drift back to the first part of the game.

Personally, I'm don't think that I would be able to do so. There is one game that I normally use to play, a football manager game. It got to a time when I lost my first account login in details, I had difficulty in starting up the game all over again from level one.
 
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I think it would give you some insight into the start of this Final Fantasy franchise by playing the first one, and this game created quite a fairy-tale, with the crystal theme that started it all-it has been used throughout the Final Fantasy series ever since, and the game has continued to be very innovative over the years.

 
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At first I never played FF games because I thought that the games are just very simple and very annoying, but after I have tried, I find it addictive and great. I didn't notice the time when playing this game, I was stuck in a few hours just by playing the different series of the FF.
 

Dlankulit

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FF1's graphic at that time was awesome, can't compare it to the latest versions though which are obviously better. But the gameplay and storyline is very addictive that I used to read their conversations again and again. Really sets the foundation of Final Fantasy series.
 
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I am the kind of person who would probably always go backwards first before going forwards, but it is kind of funny knowing that the majority of people might just do the opposite. Either way hopefully eventually you can get to them all.
 
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I also started with FF 15 A new empire because it was available on playstore. Most FF series are better played with PS. I think the latest versions are more better than earlier series like FF1. This is because of improvements and new features.
 
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I have came across some of such friends. Who are more into other games instead of FF. and They don't seem to find the much interest in new FF. I guess it is different for each one of us.
 
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