The pioneer of the series. Join the LIGHT WARRIORS as they restore the four ORBS and talk to other people who SPEAK IN CAPITALS! Fun just for its camp factor and quite a classic. It's first release for the NES is virtually unplayable now, but its subsequent re-releases enhance this origin of the series, enhancing the graphics, the sound, and much of the gameplay, though none of the story.
Differences between versions
- Final Fantasy (NES - 12/18/1987 JP, 07/12/1990 NA)
- Final Fantasy (MSX2 - 12/1989 JP)
- Final Fantasy I & II (NES - 02/27/1994 JP)
- Final Fantasy (WSC - 12/19/2000 JP)
- Final Fantasy Origins (AKA Final Fantasy 1 & 2) (PSX - 10/31/2002 JP, 04/08/2003 NA, 03/14/2003 EU)
- Final Fantasy 1 & 2: Dawn of Souls (GBA - 07/29/2004 JP, 11/29/2004 NA, 12/03/2004 EU)
- Final Fantasy i (DoCoMo phone - 2004-02-29 JP)
- Final Fantasy EZ (CDMA phone - 2004-08-09 JP)
- Final Fantasy Anniversary Edition (PSP - 2007-04-19 JP, 2007-06-26 NA)
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Final Fantasy 1 Shrine
FF1 Algorithms FAQ by BSiron (62 KB)
FF1 One Fighter Guide by Edman (51 KB)
FF1 One White Mage Guide by Edman (24 KB)
FF1 World Map
FAQs at GameFAQs
FFI Game Script (Japanese version) by x_loto
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Final Fantasy I+II, All Sounds Of (1988)
Final Fantasy Symphonic Suite (1989)
Final Fantasy I+II Orignal Soundtrack (2002)
Final Fantasy Vii Sephiroth Square Enix Trading Arts Figure 2004
Final Fantasy Ix Bandai Vivi Action Figure Loose Complete Extra Soldier Vintage
Final Fantasy X Square Enix Yuna Trading Arts Vol 1 Number 5
Final Fantasy Vii Rinoa Heartilly 4 Inch Square Enix Trading Arts Figure
Final Fantasy X 2001 Bandai Scale Collectible Yuna Figure
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