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A dark knight questions the ruthless actions of his king and undergoes a quest to redeem himself and save the world.

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Final Fantasy IV (ファイナルファンタジーIV, Fainaru Fantajī Fō) is a Nintendo DS role-playing video game and an enhanced remake of the 1991 SNES game, Final Fantasy IV, also known as Final Fantasy II in America for the SNES. It was released as part of the Final Fantasy series 20th anniversary celebrations on December 20, 2007 in Japan, on July 22, 2008 in North America, and on September 5, 2008 in Europe.

Final Fantasy IV (ファイナルファンタジーIV, Fainaru Fantajī Fō) is a Nintendo DS role-playing video game and an enhanced remake of the 1991 SNES game, Final Fantasy IV. The game was well received by critics and fans alike; it was praised for being sufficiently faithful to the original while expanding on many gameplay and story elements. In 2012, the game was released for iOS on the App Store, for Android in 2013 and for Microsoft Windows in 2014. com/Final Fantasy IV (3D remake).

Final Fantasy IV (ファイナルファンタジーIV Fainaru Fantajī Fō?) is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) in 1991 as a part of the Final Fantasy series. The game's story follows Cecil, a dark knight, as he tries to prevent the sorcerer Golbez from seizing powerful crystals and destroying the world. He is joined on this quest by a frequently changing group of allies, several of whom die, become injured, or are otherwise incapacitated by an unfortunate occurrence. Dawn: The Worlds of Final Fantasy

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Final Fantasy IV, known as Final Fantasy II for its initial North American release, is a role-playing video game developed and published by Square (now Square Enix) for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

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Has the King of Baron become evil? Will he even cause a war, in his obsession to steal the 4 crystals of Earth? And how does the Moon fit in? As young dark knight Cecil, along with his compatriot Kain, are sent on a routine mission...the horrific truth eventually becomes all too clear. Along the epic journey, many powerful allies and deadly enemies will cross your path. Play along on the adventure - filled with hate, love, war, death, brotherhood, loss...and betrayal.

First Final Fantasy game to debut the espers of Ramuh and Ifrit, although their names were originally Indra and Jinn respectively.

The game was retitled as Final Fantasy II for North America when it was originally released.

In the original English translation for the Super NES version of Final Fantasy IV (released in the U.S. as Final Fantasy II), much of the dialogue was altered to tone down or eliminate cursing and sexual references. When the game was later re-released in the U.S. on the Sony Playstation, the dialogue was given a more accurate translation. (See "Alternate Versions".) However, one particular line from the SNES release, Tellah's insult, "You spoony bard!", was left in tact, as the line had become iconic over the years despite, or perhaps due to its origin as a uniquely bizarre attempt at censoring a Japanese line somewhat equivalent to 'you son of a bitch'.

Fourth game in the series, and the first one to be released for the Super Nintendo/Super Famicom.

Features a hidden programmer's room where programmers disguised as sprites and monsters from the game, left messages directly to the player. The room was entirely cut out back in 1991 when the game was released in the U.S., largely because of an item that can be found in the room. Upon the re-release on the Playstation, the room came back with the item intact, called "Playboy", or "Penthouse" in other translated versions.

First Final Fantasy game in which the recurring character of Cid fights alongside your party members. Cid would not fight alongside your party again until Final Fantasy VII.

Cecil is the only character to be in every single battle.

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As one of the older Final Fantasy games, Final Fantasy IV (originally released as FFII in the U.S.) is one of those early games mostly neglected by the surge of Final Fantasy fans that came in after FFVII. As a game, this installment is set in the more traditional fantasy sense, where there's less emphasis on technology and more on the mystical. Each character has their own specified job, and contrary to what most people who give negative reviews for this game suggest, each one has a distinct personality that really shouldn't take much time to notice. While you're not given a huge in-depth look on the past of most characters, that's not the point of the game. This entry in the series focuses on the journey, the struggle to overcome obstacles to reach the intended goal. All characters must endure and push through some kind of handicap, and each comes out stronger for it.

The traditional modes of transportation exist in this game: foot, chocobos, and airship. However, there are many permutations of each, some of which reappear later in the series. The same can be said of key locations, items, equipment, and concepts: many started with this game that come back later in the whole set of Final Fantasy games. This does not mean this game eventually turned Final Fantasy into the powerhouse it is today, it simply means that it had a big hand in shaping the direction it went.

Music in this game accurately portrays the overall mood, as Nobuo Uematsu often does in his compositions. Fights feel that much more exciting, while sad seems are that much more emotional. Meanwhile, the graphics are fairly well-developed and colorful despite the fact that this was one of the games before the Playstation introduced polygons in place of pixels.

For fights, the traditional Active Time Battle system is in place in this period. Unlike some later Final Fantasy games, each character has a definitive, specific role for each battle, rather than a minor suggestive direction by the game creators. One character mostly uses Black Magic and excels at it, while another has a particular battle skill. The abilities of Fight, Black Magic, White Magic, and Item are commonplace for specific characters throughout the game, but not all characters have all 4 of these choices. In actuality, only two of the four are on every single character: Fight and Item. This game doesn't lend the characters to flexibility, and while that may seem bad to some people, it indirectly adds a sense of identity to the characters. White Magic infers that the character is very caring and self-sacrificing, for instance. This game, unlike many others, actively involves the battle system itself as important to the overall experience, rather than turning it into just a fun thing to do on a Saturday morning.

For the person who simply wants to kill monsters, be entertained by fancy graphics, and doesn't like to think too intently on the subject matter, this one is not for you. But for those who enjoy thinking about their gaming experience more deeply and are heavy in philosophy, this might become one of the shining gems of your collection if you choose to play it.


Final Fantasy IV was the first in the series to make it actually popular. Runned over by Dragon Quest series before it finally managed to rise to it's now known glory.

Story is finally descent without clichés (Final Fantasy II) or pointless wandering with little happening (Final Fantasies I and III). Cecil, a dark knight who left his position as the captain of royal air forces by moral reasons, tries with the help of his best friend Kain, girlfriend Rosa and many other interesting people to stop mysterious Golbez from using elemental crystals for evil. Plot has many twisting turns and exiting moments but it's main problem is that characters are quite distant. They are interesting but the members the group changes pretty quickly except Cecil who is probably the best character in this game to feel sympathy for. Also there's not told enough background information from certain characters like Golbez whose past and events that formed him evil would have brought more spice to him. And it annoys that most of the characters are so damn eager to sacrifice themselves.

Music is completely it's own chapter. Nobuo Uematsu's beautiful melodies gets their rightful epic feeling in Super Nintendo's sound chips. World Map-theme, trembling Tower of Babil and epic Final Batlle are just few of the many excellent music pieces. Graphigs are colorful and they have unique SNES charm that even time cannot ravage. There's not much to say about battle system because it's overly simple with it's strict character roles and picking from attack, item and some special properties.

Final Fantasy IV finally succeeded in that where it's predictors failed. Truly worth of playing even after 16 years.


In 1991, a little known company gaming company known as Square(soft) in Japan released the fourth segment of it's Final Fantasy series. Little did they know (or maybe they did) where it would lead them.

I would call Final Fantasy IV the "sleeper hit" of the series. It was considered by the few who got their hands on it back in the early 90's their "favorite video game ever". It had rave reviews, and started to garner a cult-like rpg gamer following. And of course, in every aspect, it deserved it.

Hironobu Sakaguchi did a wonderful job in giving depth, for what can be disputed as the first time, to a video game rpg character. The main character of this video game "Cecil" starts out as a "bad guy" with a conscience. Of course, this may be considered cliche nowadays, but back in 1991, it was quite revolutionary. Cecil's predicament, although it may not be original, is a moving one.

Cecil, the dark knight, is the captain of the Red Wings, the Kingdom of Baron's "air force". His story starts with the war mongering of his liege in search for the all-powerful Crystals, which's purposes are shrouded in mystery. After a battle in the mage town of Mysidia, Cecil, torn between his duty and his guilt, confronts his King asking him why he is on this blood-thirsty conquest, and he is promptly banished from the Kingdom on an errand with his Dragoon friend Kain, to make up for this mistake. One must ask, will Cecil ever stand up to his liege and confront his inner demons? Here is where this epic adventure begins.

Following this neat intro, we are introduced to a vast array of different characters that Cecil encounters in his quest; to name a few, Rosa, Rydia, Yang, Palom, Porom, Tellah, and the first of the famous "Cid" characters in the Final Fantasy series. There is a HUGE world to explore (for a 1991 rpg) with many different terrains (even the moon), many different and interesting antagonists (Golbez, the Four fiends), and a mass of evil monsters to be destroyed.

Nubuo Uematsu shines with his inspiring music in this game. This was his first opportunity to show his composing skills and develop a full and rich soundtrack. I was amazed, when this game first came out, at how "orchestrated" a video game can sound...It is no surprise now that Nubuo is now a highly acclaimed composer, both in and out of video game music. If you are a fan, give this soundtrack a listen...These are his roots.

All in all, I give Final Fantasy IV a very biased 5 stars...Although it is reasonably disputed that Final Fantasy 6 and 7 are better overall games, this one will hold a place in my heart. It was the funder of 6...it shaped the things to come.


Final Fantasy II is probably the best RPG in existence. I've played it through numerous times and it has been an exciting adventure every time. The story is truly one to be recognized. Cecil, a dark knight, betrays his country once he feels that it's direction has turned more towards evil. During his quest to retaliate, he must face trials that bring him to learn that his ties between the ultimate evil and the ultimate good are more than he could have ever imagined. An excellent cast of characters and a musical score that is absolutely fantastic. A story that should be told again and again. Should be a movie by now.
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heart of sky

I love this game as much as I love the other Final Fantasies, this game is really cool. The game is about Cecil is returning to the kingdom of Baron after a raid in Mysidia for the Water Crystal, the soldiers in the airship atone for a moment when they're attacked by monsters and Cecil defeats them both, succesfully they land to Baron safe and sound and then Cecil gives the Water Crystal to the king of Baron then Cecil asked the king why they had to take the crystal of Mysidia by the force.

The King of Baron accuses Cecil of treason and strips him from his command as captain of the Red Wings of Baron and sends him to Misty Village to get rid of the summoners to prove his loyalty.

Well i'm not telling a lot more for the ones who haven't played the game very much.

I assure you people that this Final Fantasy game is one of the best FF games you have ever played, great story, awesome music and great battle system.

If you download it to play it on the emulator, I suggest you to download the hardtype, it's a lot better than the easytype.


I should have known when I first saw this game in 8th Grade that Final Fantasy was going to be a great series for a long time. How could I have know though? This was Final Fantasy II (in Japan it was IV). I guess I figured you could only have one "final" fantasy, and the fact that there was a second was overachieving in the first place.

What game are we on now? Ten? They're all good and this was the first Final Fantasy to catch my attention. The story is as gripping as a video game plot needs to be. The characters are diverse and dynamic. Your party members grow and changes as the story progresses and the writers aren't afraid to kill off some really good ones. There are many interesting weapons, items, spells, caves and enemies. Best of all, the battles are fun and not an annoyance.

The game does show age but the graphics are really pretty and I remember they were exceptionally beautiful and he music was awesome at the time this came out for the Super Nintendo. You can find this one for PlayStation now AND it's coupled with what many call "The greatest Role Playing Game of all time" ChronoTrigger. It's a bargain.


Once again, the Final Fantasy series holds true to form and comes out with an astounding video game focusing on Magic and Hit Points and discovering weapons and hidden treasure. This game does a fabulous job of making the player understand Cecil's internal conflicts, and how all of the other characters relate to him. The various characters rotating in and out of the main plot is very well done. The return of familiar spells and effects is embraced as well. All in all, this is a worth-your-time game. Plus, it is here that Cid makes his debut (at least for the American series...).


THIS adventure game.."Final Fantasy 2" or in Japan "Final Fantasy 4", IS Terrific.

The Story is interesting cause there's lots of characters which are cool. Some Die and some come back after a while.

I've Completed this game lots of times and am satisfied everytime i play it. If you compare this game with the third one, i think this game has better Characters. In the third game, there was too many OLD characters, well, they looked old but in fact they were Young. And take a look at the maincharacter in the third game?? HAHA, he looks like a tramp.

This game has, i think Excellent Music, Maybe not so good graphics but that isn't important. You think a lot bout' there lives and What is happening around. The Atmosphere is good. The Bosses is good. And there isn't a single battle which is annoying or boring. That's GREAT.

One thing which also is very good in this game is that "Cecil, The Dark Knight" becomes the "PALADIN".

I really Liked The End Bosses in this game too. First "Zemus" and THEN, "ZEROMUS"...this is the Best Final Fantasy Game i've ever played. Final Fantasy 7 is Also one of the Best. ooohhh yeah, man!!!!

I can also tell ya that THIS game is Really Big. That's a +!!!!

I have many Feelings about this game. I think that's because of the Music. It makes The Game alot better, Interesting and more Fun to Play!!! What can i say more?? hmm, Many New FFgames has characters which originally comes from FF2. Take Magus sisters for example??
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This is truly THE BEST game ever made. It was the first RPG I ever played... I have never seen a game this good. Other games have come close, but this is THE BEST EVER. EVER!!!! I can't believe how cool the story and the characters are. Everything about this game is PERFECT!!!!!!!! IF YOU CAN FIND A COPY, BUY IT!!!!!!!!!!!


I was not a huge fan of the first Final Fantasy game, however, I loved this game when it was released as Final Fantasy II. It was just vastly different at the time to anything I was used to. I loved the scenes where the characters acted own their own to add to the story, the music seemed great, and the story was very well played out. The fighting was good too, but this game was mainly story based as the story was more important than the fighting. Here it is turned based, and even though today it looks a bit odd seeing basically a picture blink to indicate an attack it is still great in its simplicity. The story follows Cecil who is a dark knight on a quest for redemption and to discover the mystery's of the crystals. He finds many comrades to aid him along the way, and villains to try and obstruct it. You have your basic element villains and other villains who seem to have connections with our heroes. There is nothing like this game still as the story still sparks emotion as there is a lot of self sacrifice to occur. You travel many lands in this one, including the lands of the drawf and you even get to fly into space. You have your humorous characters and you have your super magic attacks and summons. In this one the characters are also all rather unique unlike other final fantasy where there are no real differences between characters. So all in all still one of the best.


Some Believe that Final Fantasy VII is the best, I disagree. FFIV is definitely the best, the only problem is that the U.S. translated version is far harder than the Japanese, but it's still an extremely fun (and addicting) game that deserves attention. The story was deep but involved little thought. The comedy is excellent and witty, and Cid is just hilarious. I hated it though when it was revealed about Golbez and Cecil being brothers, I thought to myself "Wow...I nearly killed family...hello nightmares..." I do believe though that FFIV will never be surpassed in means of fun and challenge. I do like the thing about "Penthouse" showing up in the developer's room, that was funny.


Final Fantasy IV is one of the greatest video games ever made. In its time, this was a truly groundbreaking game, not only for the FF series, but for the RPG genre on the whole. It had a more intricate plot as well as complex characters when compared to all that had come before. Even after two decades, the game play is still solid and its story still epic and moving.

The main character is Cecil, a dark knight who commits atrocities in the name of his king, who is beginning to set his eyes on world conquest. Cecil's conscience eventually catches up to him once the king has him destroy an entire town. He abandons his duty in the hopes of redeeming himself and warning the other nations along with the aid of his best friend Kain, an orphaned summoner Rydia, his lady love Rosa, the vengeance-seeking sage Tellah, the timid Prince Edward, and an assortment of other characters they meet during the journey. Along the way, they face constant betrayal, peril, death, and other complications that make for an exciting story.

The game is never boring. Your party is always changing, so there's variety there. There's a whole world to explore and plenty of side quests. The graphics still look good for an SNES game. The music is extremely memorable. Nobou Uematsu is an amazing composer and FFIV features some of his most memorable compositions such as the Theme of Love and the Four Fiends' of the Elements Theme. (My personal favorite is the world map theme.) I have played through this game at least four times, and even own the DS remake (which is worth the money if you're a huge fan of the original, as it has enough new content to make it fell fresh). It really is a great one, though gamers more used to the post-VII games in the FF series might find it a bit weird and simplistic at first. But give it a chance, and I assure you, you won't be disappointed!


Man,after playing through some of my old games,I've noticed now that FF4 is not especially my favorite.

Here is why:

Un-original storyline.Man,this is exactly like "Star Trek" disguised as a Fantasy.

Bland characters.I had to agree with some one Anonymus here.Only 3 or 4 characters actually showed some personality w/o making a fool of themselves.Other than that,the characters were free of personality and mainly fell off the face of the Earth.Not to mention that the characters were less-than-memorable.

Yoshitaka Amano seemed like he was lacking something here.His drawings aren't as vibrant as they were in FF5 or FF6.They looked really washed out and simplistic.

Better off without this one,but heck,I'd only play this over the "dreaded" FF8!