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Final Fantasy Explorers

 

 

SCORE: 57

 

Final Fantasy Explorers 

 

Hopefully you read my preview for Final Fantasy Explorers on the Nintendo 3DS. It expresses the depth of disappointment I have in this hand held video game. The graphics are not that great, the quests are boring, and the job system is pointless. Final Fantasy Explorers also has a major problem with not properly explaining how to do certain quests. Which led to real world frustration, stress, and anger. I play video games to avoid those things, not increase them.

I like the concept of crystal surge in Final Fantasy Explorers. By using enough magical/special attacks we can power up and use even more powerful ones for a small amount of time. Problem is it felt random which crystal surge I would receive. I could keep doing the same two attacks and wind up with different crystal surges. I wish normal attacks would build the crystal surge.

Final Fantasy Explorers has Final Fantasy music and sounds. There are also numerous characters, and monsters from the Final Fantasy video games. None of them are represented very well in Final Fantasy Explorers though. Players can also purchase monsters and have them fight for you. Up to three monsters are eligible in your team. Final Fantasy Explorers plays offline, local (as long as each player has a copy of the game), and the lame online game play mode.

There are twenty meaningless jobs in Final Fantasy Explorers. They can change your stats and what weapons/armor that can be carried by your character. Some of the issues families will have with Final Fantasy Explorers are violence, magic, enticement to lust, false gods/goddesses, enticement to lust, boring battles, even more boring bosses, ghosts, and undead.

The save system in Final Fantasy Explorers is so clunky. Why do I need to leave town, and come back into town just to save? Bosses in Final Fantasy Explorers have limited attacks, and can easily be dealt with if you have time. Dying is no big deal since all you lose is five minutes on your generous clock to complete the quest. I value Final Fantasy Explorers at ten dollars.
- RPG Master

 

Graphics: 55%
Sounds: 70%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Square Enix
Developer: Intelligent Systems

Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Alcohol Reference, Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes}


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