I was reminiscing about my first time playing this classic. And I realized, though it had been a while, I needed to play it again. As I did I remembered how freaking frustrated I was about how vague this game was. Just wondering, did anyone else ever have these problems? Or was it just me? Oh, and I didn't use a guide or anything my first time. I also found the Air Ship by accident. Have at it!
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I personally loved how you had almost no idea were to go. but because of that i didn't have to worry about eing too weak or underleveled.
although i think i had the most trouble at the beginning of the game because it used to take me forever to figure out what to do (since i had started playing it when i was a little kid) but it just takes a little while.
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Yea it's a pretty vague game, but it was the first of the series.
Never had a major issue with FF1's vague nature in the NES release, but that's because I completed Dragon Warrior 1 first. Looking back on it as well I find FF2 was much more vague.. Bigger world, needing to use keywords, the world map had no clear splits for new areas and monster spawns. FF1 is indeed in a league of its own compared to the rest of the series though.
I saw this and had to comment. The mystery (vagueness) of the game is half the fun, as stated by several of my friends up here ^^. I actually think that is something the newer FF games need, the element of "where the f am I and where the F do I go?" THAT is what made the game so great. Another element the the vagueness of the game added was that it was designed to make the player feel like he/she was part of the game, thus the ability the rename characters as well.
Oh the memories this brings back )))
Warrior of Light|Gabranth|Cloud|Garland|Firion|Gilgamesh"...never cast away hope, and live on with pride. Don't ever become like me." -Judge Gabranth"I am who I am, I am what I have done." -Marche Radiuju
yep way too vague
Finished one part of the story? Great go look for another random town in a random place on the map to talk to a random person.
"Becomes Chaos once again; sends the Four Fiends to the future; speaks to his past self who was dying in the future, explaining the 2000-year-time loop to him as he sent him through time, briefly to World A’s past, and then across dimension to World B to take part in Dissidia."
oh garland, you so silly