Just look for ZNES emu and play it with that.
I think they call it FFII though.
..your main character should ride in on a chocobo and be named Butz.
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Never thought about getting a Game Boy. With all the kiddie games I saw there (with the exception of a Metroid game I spotted), I never thought it would get good games like V.
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The GBA remakes of Final Fantasy titles are often times better than the originals or the PSX remakes. There's always really cool bonus content.
The graphic revamps are always nice to see too, but if you really want that, you should porbably be playing the PSP remakes.
Spoiler:Like the FFIV Advance cave of trials and the fact that you can get back EVERY character that supposedly died at some point in the game. (Totally L33t by the way, I'd love to use Edward again)
Anyway, because I'd like to make a post relating to the topic here, I love FFV. It's a great game and I think the class system for that particular FF instalment is the best. (Go berserker!)
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I really like Final Fantasy V. It has a unique job ability system that I prefer to Final Fantasy X-2's, but only because the mastered abilities can be used in other jobs, you choose to equip them. It is also a game where you can summon Leviathan, my favorite summon creature (take that FFX).
While it is not favorite overall, it is in my top 5.
I'm pretty sure that FF5 in near universally regarded as one of the lesser titles in the series. You're the first I've heard claim it as a top 3. Nearly any body else I've heard mention it, mentions it only as one of their very least favorite. And sitting between 4 & 6 doesn't help it. If you think about it, 4 set a new standard,,, 5 maybe didn't quite live up to that, then 6 set an even higher standard, negating any positive qualities of 5 by comparison, and then of course 7 blew everything of the water, forever putting 5 in the back seat.
I probably should've been more specific. Final Fantasy V is my top five Final Fantasy games that I HAVE PLAYED. I haven't played III, IV, VI, VII, XI, or XIV. I didn't get interested in Final Fantasy until 2003, right after X-2 came out. Everyone I talked to would always mention VII, and I looked for it on the Internet, but I could never find it cheap enough.
V's story is also very good, too. It is like IX's (or rather IX's is like V's) in that it takes you to another planet. I like how its summoning creatures also have a back story with the characters (Syldra and Phoenix).
I wasn't expecting Galuf to perish though. It made the story that much better.
I never really did pay much attention to V but after reading about it on the net and as its heading for PSN soon, I'll probably be playing it. And as Locke4God said, being between 4&6 which are far more popular really doesn't give 5 any credit. I may soon become a fan of FFV
I myself is a fan of FFV. I think the Job Class system is the best "feature system" of the whole series, but it is just an updated version of 3's system. I can't really comment on the story since I haven't played all the way through 5, however the story seems pretty exciting keeping it just about the main characters. The thing I like the most is that this game (Playstation version) has a multiplayer feature. Yeah it's very limited but my friend and I always play it when we're together, and because of that I have some wonderful memories with FFV. IMO FFV is the best SNES era Final Fantasy.