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Fry's Electronics seems to be the easiest place to find Playstation 1 FF's. I was able to buy Final Fantasy Chronicles and Final Fantasy Origins there. Unfortunately, the only PS1 FFs they sell are I, II, IV, V, and VI (all remakes for PS1). VII, VIII, and IX are very difficult to find these days.Well, I suggest you start out with Final Fantasy X. It has nice graphics and it'll be easier to find. What I mean by easier to find is the playstation 1's FFs are hard to find in stores, but you can find them online. Really, you can start out with whatever Final Fantasy game you like. If you don't want to try FFX, I recommend you read some info about FF games and see which one excites you the most.
I know you're going to enjoy your first FF. I know I did!
that was my first, too. :3 Well, technically the demo version of FF8 was my first lol. But FF9 was the first full FF game I bought. It is a nice balance, and it's also the cutest FF game I've ever played.play FFIX
you learn the basics, and about the FF world.
Its not too easy, or too hard
it was my first FF game
LOL. It doesn't get simpler than thatI say if you want to get a slow start into the game, I'd start with FFIV. The game is pretty much the standard, with the somewhat compelling but totally predictable story, somewhat decent characters, and one of the simplest leveling systems in the franchise. (Fight, level up, and if it's a mage learn spells)
what youve never played final fantasy
WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH U !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Soooo ya.well, i really like the graphics and the stories, especially FFVII... but ive never played one except a FFII or III demo when i was wayyy younger... could you guys give me some tips on how to get started?