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Final Fantasy IV Finally On Steam

Posted by GG Goblin On September - 25 - 2014

Square Enix have released Final Fantasy IV on Steam, priced at £10.99.

Originally released in 1991 on the Super NES and then remade in 3D for the Nintendo DS in 2008, this critically acclaimed RPG remains one of the most popular games in the series.

The Steam version of Final Fantasy IV features refreshed 3D graphics that have been optimised for PC gaming. This version also features refreshed audio and all of the voiceovers that were added for the 2006 remake, as well as new features such as Steam Trading Cards and Achievements. The difficulty level can be selected to suit all levels of ability, allowing novice players to easily enjoy this Final Fantasy classic adventure.

Game Features

- High-end opening movie created by Visual Works
- Quicker browsing through the monster bestiary and other game records
- Upgraded graphics
- Achievements
- New Steam Trading Cards feature


Four elemental Crystals, each possessing awesome power, lie scattered throughout the realm. However, men are quick to covet things that offer such strength, and they are easily corrupted by the might that they possess…

Seduced by the promised power of the Crystals, the kingdom of Baron begins employing unprovoked force to seize them from peaceful nations. The dark knight Cecil – Lord Captain of Baron’s elite force, the Red Wings – is ordered by his king to obtain the Crystals, but soon begins to question the monarch’s motives. Stricken with grief at his own actions, yet burdened by his loyalty to his country and his personal sense of honour, Cecil at last decides to turn from the path of darkness and destruction.

Enraged, the king accuses him of disloyalty, strips Cecil of his command, and sends him off to slay a mysterious beast that lurks in the nearby Valley of Mist. Cecil embarks on a fateful journey that will bring trials, betrayals, friendship, loss and self-discovery. Can Cecil open his eyes and become the man of honour that he must be?






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