Let’s Play Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest

Finally playing through the wild step child of the Final Fantasy series, a game released on the Super Nintendo at a time where there was a lot of indecisiveness when it came to western audiences involving the Final Fantasy series! This game is really hand-holdy and does a lot to keep you from going off the beaten track and getting lost, as it’s pretty linear. The only thing I have against this game is the CONSTANT amount of status ailments it tosses at you. You’ll have one party member petrified while the other one gets poisoned, put to sleep and confused all in a matter of a few rounds. It’s WILD. This game isn’t that hard, though, as long as you level up and implement the battlefields and get the right gear scattered throughout the dungeons in the game. I defeated the Mad King in a matter of a few rounds, so he wasn’t really that difficult at all and was, in fact, probably the easiest boss in the entire game, lol. Thanks everybody for joining in and catching the run! I definitely recommend this to anyone who wants to get their foot in the door on RPG’s and get started on Final Fantasy!


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