Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls (pack) for Game Boy Advance
Experience the beginning of the Final Fantasy saga all over again with all-new story elements and gameplay on the Game Boy Advance! All-new... Read More
Experience the beginning of the Final Fantasy saga all over again with all-new story elements and gameplay on the Game Boy Advance! All-new Soul of Chaos dungeons and Soul of Rebirth storyline vastly expands your Final Fantasy experience. One of the first and most popular role-playing games ever; Final Fantasy tells the story of a kingdom in turmoil and the heroes who save it. Minimize
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1 Review from Epinions.com
Jul 7, 2009
A Fantasy that is anything but final
Pros: Hours of game play. Many side quests. Replay value.
Cons: No multiplayer. Not a lot of bread crumbing. Read More at Epinions.com
Feb 20, 2006
Two NES classics in one convenient package for the Game Boy Advance
Pros: Two classic RPGs on one cartridge; still fun after all these years
Cons: Games are primitive by today's standards; some exhaustive dungeons
Jan 2, 2006
Now you don't have to be over 30 to enjoy Final Fantasy 1 and 2
Pros: graphics, adventure characters,
By: JiggyJay in Games at Epinions.com
May 29, 2011
Replay Two Classics for One Price! FINAL FANTASY I & II: DAWN OF SOULS
Pros: Classic stuff, very cheap, gameplay, TWO games
Cons: Dated, FF2's battle system, not a whole lot of replay value
Feb 10, 2006
Classic Final Fantasy gone portable!
Pros: Complete games of Final Fantasy 1 and 2, with bonus dungeons and enhanced graphics.
Cons: The games havn't aged well, and the experience just seems dry at times.
By: kjell1979 in Games at Epinions.com
Jan 18, 2005
Final Fantasy I & II Dawn of Souls: When Remakes Go Bad
Pros: Final Fantasy II has better balance, the new Final Fantasy II content
Cons: Final Fantasy I is really messed up, too easy, extra dungeons are monotonous