Let’s Play Final Fantasy II

Four characters whose parents have all died are featured in the second ever Final Fantasy game in the franchise history, and although not related to the first game at all, have a similiar story in terms of upbringing as the first. The evil emperor of Palamecia has taken control over the land and is threatening horrible matters, so it’s time for us to revolt and try and remove him from power by force! We’ve got to travel all across the land, gathering up magic, weapons and allies to help fend off the empire and take down the evil emperor once and for all, but what happened to our friend Cygnified? Where is he?! This Final Fantasy introduces later game staples such as the chocobo and the character Cid, who’d later appear in more and more Final Fantasy games later down the line in different universes! I had a lot of fun with this game, and didn’t really have much trouble with the XP/leveling system which is unlike anything else in Final Fantasy, although is exactly how modern games like Skyrim work, coincidentally enough! Down goes the Emperor, next is Cloud of Darkness!

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