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Lone Wolf Leonhart
09-12-2017, 01:51 AM
Did you pick up the original Final Fantasy because it was a rite of passage to see how the series started, or did you get it because you genuinely just wanted another fun RPG to play, Final Fantasy or otherwise?

I think it can be a mix of both. Not only was I excited to see how it all started, but I also just wanted to play a fun game.

Wolf Kanno
09-12-2017, 05:15 AM
I played it because it was a Final Fantasy and I'm a bit of a completionist. I did enjoy it pretty well for it's own sake, and I still feel the game is pretty charming.

Fynn
09-12-2017, 10:25 AM
I got it because Dawn of Souls looked like a really cool addition to my GBA collection, and the fact that it was part of the series was really just an added bonus.

theundeadhero
09-12-2017, 06:01 PM
A friend brought it over because he was stuck in the temple of fiends. I one-shot it for him, then borrowed the game for my own play through. It wasn't my first rpg, but it was my first FF.

Scotty_ffgamer
09-14-2017, 03:27 AM
I got it because I like final fantasy and wanted to play through a version of each numbered entry game. When I sat down to play it was just because I felt like playing a good rpg on my gba. It was a fun time.

Bubba
09-14-2017, 08:47 AM
After FFVII quickly became my all-time favourite game, I needed to see where it all began.

Whilst obviously lacking in story, it was a well-balanced gem of a game. I thoroughly enjoyed it :-)

Jarvio
09-19-2017, 01:25 PM
I'm playing it right now, original NES version, for the first time, and if it carries on like this then it is going straight to the bottom of my list.

Yes it was the first, but I don't see that as a reason as that I have to like it. This game is too unfair, unreasonable, unforgiving, annoying, and the battles take forever. I've just acquired the mystic key - does this game ever speed up, or is it a constant struggle all the way through?

Fynn
09-19-2017, 01:27 PM
Welcome to the NES era

Jarvio
09-19-2017, 01:28 PM
Welcome to the NES era

I've actually beaten FFIII, but that was the DS version. I liked it, but I imagine it's NES counterpart is different

Lone Wolf Leonhart
09-19-2017, 01:56 PM
This game is too unfair, unreasonable, unforgiving, annoying, and the battles take forever. I've just acquired the mystic key - does this game ever speed up, or is it a constant struggle all the way through?

Later versions of the game (PS1, GBA, etc) are either easier or have an easier mode. Something like that.

From what I understand, the original NES versions of Final Fantasy games tend to be harder than their ports for one reason or another.

Jarvio
09-19-2017, 02:00 PM
This game is too unfair, unreasonable, unforgiving, annoying, and the battles take forever. I've just acquired the mystic key - does this game ever speed up, or is it a constant struggle all the way through?

Later versions of the game (PS1, GBA, etc) are either easier or have an easier mode. Something like that.

From what I understand, the original NES versions of Final Fantasy games tend to be harder than their ports for one reason or another.

Yeah I assumed so. It was tempting to just play a remake of it instead, but I opted for the original, because it's the first ever, so I fancied a history lesson. Now I've come this far I must proceed lol. I may not be far in the game, but I've put loads of hours into it regarding leveling etc, and that dark elf boss was still hard!

The only other FF left for me to do after this one will be FF II, but I won't be doing the NES version of that, as the version I own is a remake from the ps store downloaded onto my psp.