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Unflinching, blind loyalty to authority or desire does not absolve the soul from moral anguish - or from the maleficence within the heart. Despite the capacity for redemption in the penitent, as long as there are those willing to embrace evil, the darkness persists, feeding on the implacable thirst for power. And the power of the crystals is the perfect means to achieve an unthinkable goal.
Nintendo DS Remake
In 2008, Square Enix released a major remake for the portable Nintendo DS. Although largely faithful to the original, Final Fantasy IV (DS) does contain several enhancements, including new minigames and features, voice acting, CG cut-scenes, New Game Plus, and a new translation.
Square Enix is publishing SQ chips on September 211. This an 8-bit arranged album which includes music from a number of new and old titles and is the latest in the SQ series. Hit the jump for a list of all the games represented. Read on
Check out track samples (and a nostalgic screenshot/pixel-art slide show) from the just-released chillout arrange album in this new PV from Square. Includes a variation on Final Fantasy VI'sAria which is guaranteed to turn heads.
Depending on who you ask, Ted Woolsey was either an iron-fisted dictator who was convinced that American gamers were morons or a hard-pressed grunt who was the primary reason the scripts for these games weren't completely remolded, but either way his impact was keenly felt, as he frequently modified the scripts he was handed in order to render them more accessible for American release. Fans coined the term "Woolseyisms" to refer to places where Woolsey had obviously been tinkering with the original Japanese...