Final Fantasy Adventure (GB)
|Final Fantasy Adventure|
- This page is for the Nintendo Game Boy game. For other games in the series, see Mystic Quest.
Final Fantasy Adventure in Japanese (聖 剣 伝 説 フ ァ イ ナ ル フ ァ ン タ ジ ー 外 伝 - Seiken Densetsu: Fainaru Fantajī Gaiden) in Europe and (Mystic Quest) is a game developed by Square Co., Ltd. and published by Square in North America, Central America, Europe-Australia and Japan, and SunSoft in Brazil in 1991.
The story follows the hero and the young heroine as they try to prevent the Dark Lord (Shadow Knight in the Japanese version) and his assistant, the sorceress Julius, from seizing the power of the Mana Tree, which is destroying the world. Familiar elements of the series Final Fantasy in mind, like and Chocobo, but then changed to introduce exclusive enemies of the saga Seiken Densetsu.
The game received mixed to positive reviews, especially for its story, but criticized the dialogue. Mainly because of the translations made. Critics have rated it as one of the best RPGs for Game Boy. The episode also spawned a completely new series called Seiken Densetsu, which has become a successful role-playing video game franchise.
This game had new mechanics, very characteristic music in the RPG role-playing game parceido a The Legend of Zelda, its gameplay was very good, the graphic section very detailed and well executed in the monochrome portable console with a scale of grices achieved.
His music is almost the same as what we see in a Final Fantasy that is released with different tones of music or very modernist melodies for the era in which it was released.
Kenji Ito was the author of the music, he composed more than 30 tracks just for situations or places where the player presents or changes the atmosphere, very characteristic present in the Final Fantasy saga. This game was the one that started the Seiken Densetsu saga and only being a sequel of Final Fantasy but taking with it characteristics of this one to the implementation of the same mechanics and melodies.
This game did not have a remake or reintrepetacion in another console so exclusive only of Game Boy but staying as a cult game among collectors, as is his music what is most remembered by the excellent quality that had these melodies and left a memory in the video gamers.
The credits are displayed after the game has been beaten.
The DMG-CPU B chip is the one that does the job of playing all the tracks to melodies with stereo audio compatibility.
Asia and Oceania
- mobygames.com/game/4520/final-fantasy-adventure/ - MobyGames.
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Final_Fantasy_Adventure - Wikipedia.