Final Fantasy 5 Four Job Fiesta 2017!

Ah, Final Fantasy 5.

This game really stood out to me and stayed in my mind, even as I began to play FF6.

It was one of those games, much like FF1, 3 and especially FF Tactics, where you could think about the different jobs, how they work together, their strengths, weaknesses.

Finding strategies and synergies that force you to sometimes think outside of the box, or sometimes, in the box.

However, FF5 took it and increased by about 10.

The only other FF game that comes to mind is Tactics, which has the same amount of detail. Actually, probably more than FF5, now that I think about it, in its job system.

There is something that has been floating around on the internet for a while, called the Four Job Fiesta.
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Final Fantasy Part 2 – Continuing the journey

When we last left off, our intrepid heroes slayed many a monster, beat a few bosses, got some loot, and even scored a class upgrade. You know, the norm for stalwart adventurers.
The next fiend is Kraken, the fiend of water, except one problem; he is under the sea and the heroes can’t breath underwater! Yet. Thankfully, a helpful NPC says she has a submarine that can travel to the lair of the Kraken, but she runs out of air before she reaches it.
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UNDERTALE – a game of emotions(Spoiler free)

undertaleUNDERTALE is a game I have been hearing and seeing for a while now. After seeing the praise and accolades the game had gotten, I knew I had to try it. $9.99 seemed pretty cheap, so I picked it up.
I told myself not to be to hyped up over it, since having the bar set too high, only to be disappointed really is disheartening.

Boasting a 98% positive rating out of 20,530 reviews as of writing, plus numerous reviews, videos, forum posts and just general talk about the game and it’s attachment to the gamers that have played it, it was a bit tough NOT to have high hopes for the game.

I will tell you know, the game deserves all of it and more.

After playing through the game a few times, it left me emotional, puzzled in some aspects and overall just invested. I can see why individuals have fallen in love with the game as they have. There is an unmistakable charm to this game, that no game thus far has had.

The story is surprisingly deep. More than once at the end of my last play-through I got a little misty-eyed. This game really manages to enthrall you, to it’s characters, plot, and theme.

I had read about how people kept thinking about the game, long after they beat it. It’s true.
I kept thinking about the choices that I could have made, or did make, the characters and feel of the world you fall into.

Another thing that stood out; the soundtrack. Very good. Go buy the game, stay awhile and listen. Enough said.

If the game even looks remotely good to you, as a gamer, you should definitely purchase this game. Don’t except to get tons of playtime out of it, but for $9.99, there is more than enough here to satisfy you.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/391540/

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