DS

Here's 30 images from the Final Fantasy IV remake on the Nintendo DS. Among the new stuff added in, except the most noticeable one being the 3D graphics, there will be fully voiced cutscenes, a remixed soundtrack and some never before seen content which will allow you to discover more about the main characters through some new episodes. Final Fantasy IV will be available this summer.

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  • Images of Final Fantasy IV - 30 Images
  • Images of Final Fantasy IV - 30 Images
  • Images of Final Fantasy IV - 30 Images
  • Images of Final Fantasy IV - 30 Images
  • Images of Final Fantasy IV - 30 Images
  • Images of Final Fantasy IV - 30 Images
nam37
nam37
Commented on 2008-06-24 20:16:41
I wonder how many times Square expects it's fans to buy the (essentially) same game?
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twoism
twoism
Commented on 2008-06-24 20:17:36
I can't wait for this especially as I never had the chance to play the original.
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starfox14now
starfox14now
Commented on 2008-06-24 20:24:14 In reply to nam37
Posted by nam37
I wonder how many times Square expects it's fans to buy the (essentially) same game?
The "same" game, this is not.
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Ahmed_p800
Ahmed_p800
Commented on 2008-06-24 20:27:53
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP

It just cant handle BIG games like FF series

Before anyone starts....I HAD the NDS and played ff3 which was released

And i think it was boring....Fighting was not that good

While Crisis Core.....A game that i wont forget (Classic already)
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Kudgel - Bernard Pavot
Kudgel
Commented on 2008-06-24 20:32:22 In reply to Ahmed_p800
Posted by Ahmed_p800
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP

It just cant handle BIG games like FF series

Before anyone starts....I HAD the NDS and played ff3 which was released

And i think it was boring....Fighting was not that good

While Crisis Core.....A game that i wont forget (Classic already)
Yea why does the DS exist in the first place? *sigh*
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hotkirby
hotkirby
Commented on 2008-06-24 20:39:14
hhhhhm milky(all the)way.
sorry but that is realy the first thing that comes to my mind when is saw the article.

please but more time in versus or the other one then in this(mind over money).
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Vonhammer
Vonhammer
Commented on 2008-06-24 21:17:52 In reply to Ahmed_p800
Posted by Ahmed_p800
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP
A. because it has an install base of 75million units.
B. it costs far less than having to develop essentially a fully blown ps2 game.
C. you won't have to put a top team on it, and take away people from FFXIII

so in cost,development,profits it's hard not to pick DS, it's ideal for a developers to blood new teams.
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tjsunnyday
tjsunnyday
Commented on 2008-06-24 22:09:40 In reply to Kudgel
Posted by Kudgel
Yea why does the DS exist in the first place? *sigh*
I will assume that is sarcasm...
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broman
broman
Commented on 2008-06-24 22:12:41
I swear I read that first spell as "twincest"
http://images.gamersyde.com/gallery/public/8743/16...

Anyway I'm looking forward to this one. As an old-school FF fan I've always held FF4 as second-best (next to 9), so I'm hoping the remake does it justice.
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Jollipop
Jollipop
Commented on 2008-06-24 22:53:29 In reply to Ahmed_p800
Posted by Ahmed_p800
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP

It just cant handle BIG games like FF series

Before anyone starts....I HAD the NDS and played ff3 which was released

And i think it was boring....Fighting was not that good

While Crisis Core.....A game that i wont forget (Classic already)
Um FFVII:CC was a new game, FF3 is a remake, there is a big difference, once it turn based the other is real time.
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pythxvii
pythxvii
Commented on 2008-06-24 23:31:13 In reply to nam37
Posted by nam37
I wonder how many times Square expects it's fans to buy the (essentially) same game?
Their getting to the "milking" stage of their run time. It always happens. The big massive company with the giant huge phenomena (to hell with spelling!) and the money/power goes to their head and they start remaking everything with tiny little changes, putting out terrible spin offs, or trying to go in a more "original" (but in the end just a bunch of random stuff thrown in) direction (like flying cars AND ninjas in the same game *COUGH*). Although I'm sure this is a great game. And square has my utmost respect. After all, they HAVE earned all this.
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moroboshi
moroboshi
Commented on 2008-06-25 00:13:12 In reply to Ahmed_p800
Posted by Ahmed_p800
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP

It just cant handle BIG games like FF series
Perhaps they prefer it because the DS has sold vastly more units than the PSP has? Because it's the game system of choice for Japanese gamers?

It's not hard when you think about it for a microsecond. Games are a business, nothing more.
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starfox14now
starfox14now
Commented on 2008-06-25 00:56:52
The only japanese Dev that prefer the PSP its called Capcom.
Monster Hunter Mania.

No other.
DS is the better selling plataform, either in hw&sw.

(...)

how the flying fu**, is this the same game? the "same" previous game was an 8-bit rpg-maker looking rpg.
This is a 3D remake, with new mini-games ( customizable A.I. controlled party member ), and tons of new stuff with more depth than the previous game.
Stop being bitter PSP owners. Buy a DS... it's time, already!
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WinterSnowblind
WinterSnowblind
Commented on 2008-06-25 01:04:02 In reply to Ahmed_p800
Posted by Ahmed_p800
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP

It just cant handle BIG games like FF series

Before anyone starts....I HAD the NDS and played ff3 which was released

And i think it was boring....Fighting was not that good

While Crisis Core.....A game that i wont forget (Classic already)
I'm not sure you can call Crisis Core an instant classic, even for Final Fantasy it's very pretentious. Unless you're a serious FFVII fanboy, you'll get very little enjoyment out of it. And as others have said, it's a little unfair to compare a brand new game like Crisis Core to Final Fantasy *III* which, although being a remake, stayed very true to the original.

IV was my favourite of all the games, so I'm definitely looking forward to seeing it on the DS. Especially as it's at least as long as Crisis Core is, and features just as much FMV and voice acting as it. It's every bit a "big" FF game, and definitely one of the best in the series :)
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jackdoe
jackdoe
Commented on 2008-06-25 05:48:31 In reply to Ahmed_p800
Posted by Ahmed_p800
I dont know why square prefer NDS over the PSP
Sigh. Squeenix doesn't play favorites. DSLite gets FFIV, Tactics A2, Crystal Chronicles, FFXII RW, World Ends With You, DQIX, KH DS and FFIII. PSP gets Crisis Core, Dissidia, FF Tactics, Valkyrie Profile, SO1 & 2, and KH Birth. Pretty fair I think and pretty good idea to own both if you are a Squeenix fan.
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broman
broman
Commented on 2008-06-25 15:03:25
Why does it seem like every news topic at this site turns into a flame war?
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Kadajj
Kadajj
Commented on 2008-06-26 18:28:56
Looks amazing... must have. :)
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