Final Fantasy Legend, The (USA) ROM
Nintendo Game Boy / GB ROMsGenre: Role-Playing
Rating: ESRB: E
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This game was really not "all that" or really worth the time.
For starters, the difficulty level is very high. It's almost impossible to get through fights in the beginning of the game! And the system for bringing party members back to life is odd as well. You have to purchase hearts, and they're amounts of money that are very hard to earn in any decent length of time, and by the time you finally do manage to earn enough, many more party members will be down. A very strange set-up, especially for a Final Fantasy game.
To my understanding, the Final Fantasy Legend series is sort of a spin-off of the original final fantasy, and won't follow suit too well with the numerical series. To be honest, I'd recommend to steer clear of this game to save your sanity and frustration, and go after the real Final Fantasy titles. If you only have a Gameboy to play on, however, and you really want to play a final fantasy, then I'd recommend you try Final Fantasy Legend III, as its the best out of all 3 and the closest to the real thing.
The Final Fantasy Legend takes you on a sensational voyage through four fastastic worlds: Land, Ocean, Space and Future City. You and your band of warriors seek to overpower Zombies, Goblins and dreadful monsters hidden along the way. Secret clues lead you to the exotic weapons and treasures you'll need to stay alive. Your Quest? To save Paradise from the evil Ashura Devils-they're wicked and treacherous!
It takes all the spirit and cunning you can muster to claim victory. Once you've started there's no turning back. Are you daring enough?
In The Final Fantasy Legend, the player navigates a character throughout the game world with a party of up to four characters, exploring areas and interacting with non-player characters. Most of the game occurs in towns, castles, caves, and similar areas. To aid exploration on the field screen, the game makes use of various signs within towns. The player is initially limited to the World of Continent to explore, and given access to later worlds as his or her party climbs the Tower. Players can save their game anytime and anywhere when not in combat to a save slot for later play.
Players can journey between field screen locations via the world map, a downsized representation of Final Fantasy Legend's various worlds. Players can freely navigate around the world map screen unless restricted by terrain, such as water or mountains. The goal in each world is to find the entrance to the next level of the Tower. Random enemy encounters occasionally interrupt travel across the world map screen and hostile areas, as in other Final Fantasy related games.
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