Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest

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sgm0005_1 - Developed and Published by Square Soft, Inc. "Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest" was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in October of 1992. This game was specifically designed for younger American players (The only FF game to debut outside of Japan) as an entry level Role Playing Game (RPG), with simplified controls with easy menus, and is less complicated and epic than other final fantasy entries. Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest is a medieval fantasy, turn-based, role playing game (RPG) that is played from a 3rd-Person, top down overhead Perspective. It features puzzles designed to test both your strategy skills and your intellect. The scenario of this game is that four evil creatures have stolen the four elemental crystals (Earth, Water, Fire, Wind), and taken the four keys for the doors of Focus Tower that housed it. As a result, the world is thrown into Chaos, the natural forces disrupted and out of balance. Benjamin, a young boy whose village has been destroyed, discovers that he is the prophesied savior of the world and sets out on his quest to return the four crystals, unlock Focus Tower and destroy the ruling Boss creature before the final crystal of Life becomes corrupted. Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest is divided into areas on the world map, and Benjamin move freely between them. Each area is divided into towns, dungeons and fighting areas. As with most of the Final Fantasy games, the towns have characters you talk to and interact with. Dungeons are mazes filled with strange creatures, and fighting areas are the open spaces. Fights will sometimes result in receiving special items. This game differs from other Final Fantasy versions in that there are only two maximum in a party and there are no random battles, as all the enemies are visible to the player. you can save your progress at any point in the game. Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest is also called "FFMQ," abbreviated, "Mystic Quest Legend" in Europe and "Final Fantasy USA: Mystic Quest" in Japan. Pre-owned - Includes Game Only, no manual or instructions. Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest game Review by "Prince NES Gamer."

Product Details

  • UPC: 094689121088
  • Platform: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
  • Region: NTSC
  • ESRB Rating: "T" for Teens (Animated Violence)
  • Genre: RPG
  • Class: Licensed
  • Rarity Rating: C
  • Condition: Pre-owned excellent condition
Other Games in the Series:
Final Fantasy II
Final Fantasy III


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