Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Ultimecia is the last sorceress that threatens the timestream in which PlayStation "Final Fantasy"?||SquareSoft Villains
Final Fantasy VIII. In "Final Fantasy VIII", the party batttles Sorceress Edea, Sorceress Adel, and Sorceress Ultimecia, in that order. "Final Fantasy VII" pits you up against Sephiroth, "Final Fantasy Tactics" asks you to best Altima Arc Angle, and Necron, not Kuja, is the final boss in "Final Fantasy IX".
Threads of Fate. "Threads of Fate" told one story from two different characters' points of view. "Vagrant Story", "Parasite Eve", and "Xenogears" were all RPGs on the PlayStation.
Chrono Cross. "Chrono Cross" was more of a new story than a sequel to "Chrono Trigger". It was available on the PlayStation, as were "Chrono Trigger" (as part of "Final Fantasy Chronicles"), "SaGa Frontier", and "SaGa Frontier 2".
Smithy. Bowser and Mario are both playable characters, Wario doesn't appear in the game, while Smithy and his minions seem to only be interesting in dominating the entire world.
Final Fantasy VI. Kefka's great laugh will ring through your ears for all time once you have played through "Final Fantasy VI" even one time! Zeromus was the villain in "Final Fantasy IV", X-Death tried world conquest in "Final Fantasy V", and Sephiroth was the megalomaniac in "Final Fantasy VII".
Chrono Trigger. "Chrono Trigger" took seven time-strewn adventurers and sent them on a quest to stop the coming of "Lavos." "Chrono Cross" was the PlayStation follow-up to "Chrono Trigger", while "Bahamut Lagoon" and "Rudra No Hihou" were Japan-only titles.
|Zeromus is the pure hatred that attempts to manipulate the world in which game?||SquareSoft Villains
Final Fantasy IV. "Final Fantasy IV" was originally released in America as "Final Fantasy II" for the SNES. "Final Fantasy II" was released as part of "Final Fantasy Origins", "Final Fantasy III" has been released in Japan only, and "Final Fantasy V" was released as part of "Final Fantasy Anthology".
Front Mission. The original "Front Mission" was, unfortunately, only released in Japan. Not until "Front Mission 3" did we see a "Front Mission" in the US. "Romancing SaGa", "Bahamut Lagoon", and "Radical Dreamers" were all games released for the Super Famicom in Japan only.
Final Fantasy. "Final Fantasy" was given such a title because Hironobu Sakaguchi's company, Square, was not faring very well and "Final Fantasy" was intended to be his last game produced. "Karin no Ken", "Deep Dungeon", and "Moon Ball Magic" were all games released for the Famicom, by Square, in Japan only.
3D World Runner. "3d World Runner" was an obscure NES game made by Square with 3D technology enabling you to play the game with virtual 3D graphics. "Suishou no Ryuu" and "Highway Star" were games released by Square for the Famicom in Japan only and "Faxanadu" was not a Square game.
A thong. Why did Square do this? Why? But when he trances, he becomes, well, straighter than before. And his battle music is very cool.
|Alright, I'll try to do a "Xenogears" question: What weapon does Dr. Citan Uzuki change to from his fists?||Various Squaresoft Stuff
Katana. He is one of the few that doesn't fight bare handed the whole game. I have a feeling Square got lazy...
They skyrocket (in most cases). Yeah, like they're gonna get cut in half! You wish. This can be quite annoying without properly beefing your ship up.
Genji Shield. Save the King is a knockoff of Beatrix's (Yay! Beatrix!) Save the Queen sword in "FFIX", the others are just other weapons for him. Genji equipment is very frequent in "FFs".
Yes, when you use his "s" attack. You actually have to connect with the attack, and the limits are random. (Shown randomly)
Ragnarok. Ars Arcanum is, of course, another ability for Sora. The others are also recurring swords. Ragnarok has occurred in just about every "FF" game I can think of other than "MQ".
Win 10 games of evil panel. I have yet to do this...Man is it hard! I would give some suggestions, but Evil Panel is called that for a reason you know.
Expectations of a sequel were very high. "Chrono Trigger" was well expected to have its sequel, "Chrono Cross," in the future because it was one of the most celebrated RPGs of its era. The sequel takes the themes and concepts introduced in "Chrono Trigger" and integrates them into a new story that feels neither like a copy nor a complete departure.
September, 1999. "Final Fantasy Anthology" came out in September of 1999. It offered most North Americans their first chance to play Final Fantasy V, an entry in the series that has previously gone untranslated and unreleased in North America.
Creating fantastic music. Nobuo Uematsu is a legendary musician that has worked for Squaresoft, creating incredible music for over 15 years. He composed all of the songs in many Squaresoft games and leads the musical industry. On his spare time, he loves playing the violin, watching pro wrestling, and making beer at his home in Japan.
|Which famous Squaresoft game was released on August 31st, 1999 in North America?||All About Squaresoft
Final Fantasy VIII. "Final Fantasy VIII" was released on August 31st, 1999. This game had moved the series completely into the future, with realistic character models clearly based on real people. Squaresoft has always been known for creating emotionally involving stories, but "Final Fantasy VIII" puts emotions in center stage, as the plot focuses on relationships just as much as fantastical conflicts between heroes and villains.
Yes. Yes! The first "Breath of Fire" game was developed by Capcom but translated into English and released in North America by Squaresoft. So while it's not a full-fledged Squaresoft game, "Breath of Fire" is nonetheless a great RPG in the tradition of the Final Fantasy series. Breath of Fire II through V had nothing to do with Squaresoft.
|The very first "Final Fantasy" game was released in what month and year in North America?||All About Squaresoft
December, 1990. "Final Fantasy" was released on December of 1990. In the game, you play as the Light Warriors. You have been asked by the king to reclaim the princess, who has been captured by the evil knight Garland. This single quest leads you to other quests and eventually reveals a larger enemy. Your four-member party can be made up of any combination of fighters, thieves, black belts, red mages, white mages, and black mages, all with their own skills and powers.
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within" is Squaresoft's first feature-length film. The only thing wrong about the movie was that it was a financial failure in North America. Still, it was generally well received among critics and those in the public who actually saw the movie.
Nintendo 64 had a limited storage capacity. The real reason for Squaresoft's decision to make "Final Fantasy VII" on the PlayStation instead of the Nintendo 64 was the storage capacity. The cartridge format used by the Nintendo 64 would supposedly put limits on the game that Squaresoft wanted to create as well as future "Final Fantasy" games.
RPGs. Squaresoft is very famous for its RPG genre. It started out by bringing out a few games for the Famicom Disk System in Japan, then they were starting to get a little famous when some games reached the NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) and Game Boy. After becoming greatly famous for "Chrono Trigger" and few of the "Final Fantasy" games for the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) in North America, Squaresoft moved up even more to the PlayStation, where it made the legendary "Final Fantasy VII," which is possibly the best RPG ever made to date. After the great success of "Final Fantasy X" for the PlayStation 2, Squaresoft merged with another RPG company called Enix. Square Enix, the name of the merged company, was successful for creating "Kingdom Hearts" and "Final Fantasy X-2." Square Enix also made "Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles" for Nintendo's GameCube. Will Square Enix be successful in its upcoming games? We hope so.
Blonde. You see this as he stands atop Mount Ordeals at the end of the game... Thanks for playing!
|The spell Flare has many incarnations in Squaresoft games. Which game requires Flare to be cast by two people?||Miscellaneous Squaresoft #1
Final Fantasy 2 US. The twin wizards of Mysidia, Porom and Palom, team up to use this spell with the Twin command. When using Twin magic, the twins will either cast Flare or Comet, hitting all foes.
Bolt 3. Lit3 can be found in "Final Fantasy 2 US". Thundaga can be found in many games, but I was thinking about "Final Fantasy Tactics Advance". Luminaire is Crono's eighth and final technique in "Chrono Trigger".
Yes. By killing certain creatures, you can gain Call spells for Rydia to use in battle. My personal favorite is the Bomb spell. It works wonders on the CPU globe inside the Giant of Bab-Il!
|The elemental type that does great damage to undead that is also found in curative spells has an unusual name in "Final Fantasy 3 US" (Japanese 6). What is it?||Miscellaneous Squaresoft #1
Pearl. Pearl can be taught to characters using the Alexandr esper found in Doma Castle in the World of Ruin after defeating Wrexsoul inside Cyan's mind. Look for it on the throne.