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Final Fantasy Crisis Core Strategy Guide Product Details
Released on 20/06/2008
Discover the truth!
- All 300 Missions Covered!
Mini-maps, strategy, rewards, and requirements for every mission, including expert strategy for defeating Minerva, arguably the toughest FFVII boss ever!
- Comprehensive Walkthrough
Game-tested strategies and tactics for all 10 walkthrough chapters. Maps of each area list every key item. Mission tip boxes reveal when and how to access every mission.
- Exhaustive Materia Fusion Guide
Learn the ins-and-outs of materia fusion. You'll learn everything about materia classes and ranks, plus the hundreds of end results of the fusion process.
All-inclusive breakdown of each foe's stats, strengths, weaknesses, and more!
- Items & Accessories
Complete list of every item, accessory, and piece of equipment in the game.
- Bonus 2-sided Foldout!
Dynamic render of the game's central character. Plus, comprehensive materia fusion reference chart of every possible materia combination!
Final Fantasy back on the PSP
The PSP2 might be hogging the limelight right now - and who can blame it? The thing's a marvel of science - but that doesn't mean that the PSP isn't getting a bit of love now and then. If you're a Final Fantasy fan, you should probably sit down: Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection will be hitting the platform on 22nd April, according to Eurogamer.
It's quite an item, too, the PSP special edition including art cards and a decorated screen cleaning cloth, all housed in a fold out presentation box. You'll also be getting some downloadable content, which will allow you to unlock stuff in the forthcoming PSP game Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy. Weird name.
What about the content itself? Apparently, The Complete Collection squeezes all the characters and storylines from Final Fantasy IV and its sequel The After Years into a single title. There's a new storyline that links the two, snazzy updated visuals, galleries, CG movies, and illustrations, too, alongside a new soundtrack arrangement.
Final Fantasy IV first came out for the SNES in 1991, and is seen as being one of the series' best titles.
Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase has said that he feels the series took too long to come to the current console generation, and aims to speed up development to enable a new entry in the series every few years.
'Final Fantasy XIII was obviously the first game [on current consoles], and personally I think we took a little too long getting it out,' he told Game Reactor. 'When you think of Western AAA titles like Call of Duty, Battlefield, and Assassin's Creed, they seem to work with a lot shorter turnaround - they make a new game in one to two years. That is something we need to follow up, because that seems to be the best way to keep our fans interested and attracted to the franchise.'
There wasn't an entry in the main Final Fantasy series for the current consoles until Final Fantasy XIII in 2010.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 is set to arrive on Xbox 360 and PS3 in the first week of February 2012. It's taken a spritely 18 months to put together, compared to the five years it took to create Final Fantasy XIII.
If you're a Final Fantasy fan, you should probably sit down: Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection will be hitting the platform on 22nd April, according to Eurogamer.…
Final Fantasy producer Yoshinori Kitase has said that he feels the series took too long to come to the current console generation, and aims to speed up development to enable a new entry in the series …
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