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Final Fantasy 1 Review:

The game that started it all, with great gameplay, music, and a hardcore RPG playing battle system. Final Fantasy 1 was released in North America for the first time in 2000 on the wonderswan color platform, featuring advanced graphics, sound, and more.

Music and Sound:
Final Fantasy 1 featured such favorites as 'The Prelude', 'Final Fantasy', and 'Victory Fanfare'. It had a soundtrack that could change the things the players were feeling to better suit the game and it's story. The sound in Final Fantasy I was very good for it's time back in 1987, and even better when it was re-released in 2000, it could tell the difference the sound would make when a sword struck and enemy, and an arrow pinned to the enemy. I give the sound/music a score of 7/10.

The ground rotted,
Sea's raged,
the wind stopped,
the skies became vailed in darkness...

The words that go on the screen when you start up the game, it gets strait to the point, without ruining it with any 'NINTENDO' or 'SQUARE'. In FFI, the hero's must go and find the crystals of Earth, Water, Fire, and Wind. I give the story a 6/10.

for every different stage, there is a different background. I find that amazing for such an old game. The world map featured forests, swamps, feilds, rivers, oceans, mountains, and deserts. Unlike that 'Legend of Zelda' which featured only 3 different venues. I give the Graphics a good 8/10 [for it's time].

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