Final Fantasy IV raised the bar for RPG standards and continues to stand as one of the best RPGs of all time. It was the first of the series for the 16-bit Super Nintendo, so both the music and graphics were fantastic. Final Fantasy IV was released as Final Fantasy II in the United States, as it was only the 2nd of the series to make it overseas (FF2 and FF3 weren't released in the U.S. until later)
This title introduced many new elements to the series, including a new Active Time Battle (ATB) system and gave all characters an unchangeable class. The game was the first to have an in-depth story that really built on each of the many characters.
The game was later re-released under a number of platforms and titles, including: Final Fantasy Chronicles (PSX), Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo DS), and Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection (PSP). The complete collection featured a small "Interlude" game which contained a few of the main characters, but was used to help bridge the game to its direct sequel, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.
One to be born from a dragon hoisting the light and the dark arises high up in the sky to the still land. Veiling the moon with the light of eternity, it brings another promise to Mother Earth with a bounty and mercy.
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This game is part of a small metaseries for Final Fantasy IV.
|Final Fantasy IV ||Super Nintendo|
|Final Fantasy IV ||PlayStation|
|Final Fantasy Collection [4, 5 & 6]||PlayStation|
|Final Fantasy Chronicles||PlayStation|
|Final Fantasy Anthology [4 & 5]||PlayStation|
|Final Fantasy IV ||WonderSwan Color|
|Final Fantasy IV  Advance||Game Boy Advance|
|Final Fantasy IV ||Nintendo DS|
|Final Fantasy IV ||Wii Virtual Console|
|Final Fantasy IV ||Mobile Phone (FOMA)|
|Final Fantasy IV : The Complete Collection||Sony PSP|
|Final Fantasy IV ||Apple iOS|
|Final Fantasy IV ||Android|
|Final Fantasy IV ||Steam (PC)|