Final Fantasy V Advance
At it's time, this was a major step in the right direction with final fantasy, and it still is. There are many things in this game that you can't do in the newer (or older) titles. The story was well put together and exploring is fun. If you want an RPG game in which you can freely use your imagination to advance, then do it.
I should first start by saying this has never been one of my favorite FF titles, but don't let that sway you! This snes classic gets the royal treatment in it's gba conversion. It's a solid rpg, great score, ATB battle system with bonus content to boot, and it's portable. There isn't a reason not to enjoy this game. Thanks Square-Enix! You have outdone yourself again.
One of greatest Final Fantasy's imagined
One of the lesser heard of final fantasy games. One of a kind job systems, it reminds me of final fantasy tactics job system, able to cross class between all jobs. There are about 20 jobs and many hours of game play. ( I'm unsure how long it is I've been playing for about 10 and still don't have all the jobs unlocked) It's an under rated game but its worth every penny if you ever have the chance to buy this game or even borrow it, its a tittle to pick up.
I think this might be one of the most under-rated Final Fantasy games out there. I mean, being sandwiched between IV and VI, you have some biiiiiiig shoes to fill. The story, in my opinion, is one of my favorite among the Final Fantasies i have played. And the job system is great too. The job system is very similar to that of the earlier Final Fantasies, and also is very similar to FF: 4 heroes of Light. This game is a great one, and any FF fan that has yet to pick it up needs to right away!
I went to get this game this morning, and all I can say is wow. I found it very hard to put down and do my project for school. This game features the job change system where you can make your characters a black mage, white mage, knight, etc. It also features some new jobs like the blue mage for instance. The sound and character design is all-right, but you have to remember it came from a SNES title. I am trying to get the entire Final Fantasy collection I have almost completed it too, and I am glad to say that this game is a welcome addition to my collection. I hope they remake this game for the DS like they have for the previous versions. I haven't really even got that far in the game yet, and I can tell you that it's amazing. I would highly recommend this to any Final Fantasy fan, such as I am.