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Is FF4 US actually easier than the JP version? I'm looking at the differences now and it seems like it's mostly QoL changes>https://finalfantasy.fandom.com/wiki/Final_Fantasy_IV_version_differences#Super_Nintendo_Entertainment_SystemIn fact something here seems to indicate increased difficulty>The Dark Knight enemy's HP is increased to 65,000. Notably, although Cecil cannot use Darkness himself, his doppelganger still uses the attack in their battle.How did this myth become widespread? Are ppl mistaking the JP "Easy Type" version for the US version
>>9288932Pretty sure the box art was the first thing done, long before any actual game content was decided on. FFIV's box art just does whatever the fuck, almost as if it's based on FF3's jobs more than anything else.
>takes characters from your party unexpectedly>returns them to you later without the gear you gave themOk, this is a little bullshit
>>8580315Its weird right? Like you have this guy doing your art but this is your game box.
Going to play FF IV for the first time. I've heard the American SNES release ("FF II") is a toned down version of the original. Should I find a translation of the original, play the ps1, or the psp version with The After Years?
There is about 100 ports of this game. What is the definitive (non ds) version? I'm having trouble deciding where to start my first playthrough
Best version of Final Fantasy 4? Going to play it on my Vita. I'm thinking either the PSP complete edition or SNES (maybe with the Ultima ROM hack). There's also a port of the 3D Android version.
I've played ff4 on gba and psp, and I feel like playing it again. should I do the snes or 3d version?
Looking into playing Final Fantasy IV.Which version should I play?
Wow this is an amazing game for it's time! Anyone else agree? What games capture the same sense of wonder?
What is it, and why is it Final Fantasy IV's? (FFII in the US)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c0ri2SLXSk
What's the best fan translation of pic related?
What's the best way to play Final Fantasy IV? I'd prefer to play on SNES, but which translation?
Why is there so much debate surrounding what version to play of this game?
Since February I decided to try and play and finish all mainline non-mmo, non-sequel FF games. So far I've finished 1 through 6 and I'm currently on 7 and enjoying it quite a bit.My favourite out of the bunch was 4, mostly because the jump in quality as well gameplay improvements, really helped in enjoying it. FF1 was fine for what it was, FF2 was...an interesting sequel to say the least and FF3 was actually pretty decent. Out of all the NES ones it was my favourite.Jumping from FF1-3 to 4 made me understand why people liked the FF series, I enjoyed the story, characters, environments, music especially the battle and boss battle themes. I feel playing the PSP version made me get a much better picture of it though, since I found FF5 and FF6 to be lacking, in retrospect I should've played the GBA version of FF4, but still I really enjoyed it.Only 6 more games left after I finish 7, wonder if I can do it before the years out?
is this itFinal_Fantasy_IV_(Japan)_(Rev_1)_[En_by_J2e_v3.21]_[Bug_Fix_by_Deathlike2_v1.0a]_(Yang's_HP_Fix)is this the definitive snes ff4
Alright lads,I've been playing a lot of modern JRPG games lately, and I've been wondering how different it is playing a game is now compared to when I was young.Back in the day, you only had 1/2 games, so you proper played them to death. But I was thinking lately:"How the fuck did we EVER discover X?"Take in point: I've recently been playing FF12: Zodiac Age on PS4. I know it's not /vr/, but after just finishing it (Finished main story and the Gilgamesh hunt which was an awesome throwback), I wondered how the fuck were you meant to discover some of the shit in this game without using a guide.Some of the hunts are SO OBTUSE to discover. Even after a few hours searching, I had to look up where X hunt was, and it was TOTALLY off where I was looking, in a hidden area I didn't even know existed.So I guess my question is this lads:How did we ever manage JRPG optional content/side bosses before the internet became widespread? Was it official guides? Playground rumours? I'd love to hear about your experiences.To add a little context: I'm 28 and grew up playing SNES and PS1.