FINAL FANTASY VI
|23 февраля 2022 г.
- OS: Windows 8.1 64-bit / Windows 10 64-bit (ver.1909 and above)
- Processor: AMD A8-7600 / Intel® Core™ i3-2105
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: AMD Radeon™ R7 Graphics / Intel® HD Graphics 3000
- Storage: 1 GB available space
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Purchase the bundle now to receive all soundtracks and wallpapers from FF1-6!Soundtracks and Wallpapers will unlock in line with each title’s launch. See individual store pages for details.The games that inspired a generation come to life once more, in the ultimate 2D pixel remaster!Purchase the bundle and receive
- FINAL FANTASY
- FINAL FANTASY II
- FINAL FANTASY III
- FINAL FANTASY IV
- FINAL FANTASY V
- FINAL FANTASY VI
This bundle lets you purchase all six games from FINAL FANTASY 1 to FINAL FANTASY 6 at a discount price. It also contains a sound track, featuring total of 20 tracks and total of 14 unique wallpapers.
Enjoy universally updated 2D pixel graphics and the beautifully rearranged soundtrack. Gameplay is improved with modernised UI, and extras such as a beastiary, illustration gallery and music player allow further immersion into the world of the game.
＊These games are newly developed remaster editions based on the original titles. Some of the changes and additional elements found in other remakes of these games are not included.]
- Universally updated 2D pixel graphics, including the iconic FINAL FANTASY character designs created by Kazuko Shibuya, the original artist and current collaborator.
- Beautifully rearranged soundtrack in a faithful FINAL FANTASY style, overseen by original composer Nobuo Uematsu.
- Improved gameplay, including modernized UI, auto-battle options, and more!
- Dive into the world of the game with supplemental extras like the bestiary, illustration gallery, and music player.
The original FINAL FANTASY VI comes to life with completely new graphics and audio as a 2D pixel remaster!
A remodeled 2D take on the sixth game in the world-renowned FINAL FANTASY series! Enjoy the timeless story told through charming retro graphics. All the magic of the original, with improved ease of play.
The War of the Magi caused magic to disappear from the world. A thousand years later, humanity relies on machines - until they find a young woman with mysterious powers. The magicite system allows players to customize which abilities, magic spells, and summons the party members learn. All the playable characters have their own stories, goals, and destinies. Journey through their interwoven fates in this sweeping melodrama.
Revisit the critically acclaimed FFVI - this remastered version also includes the beloved and iconic opera scene in reimagined majesty, including new vocals and animation.
・Universally updated 2D pixel graphics, including the iconic FINAL FANTASY character pixel designs created by Kazuko Shibuya, the original artist and current collaborator.
・Beautifully rearranged soundtrack in a faithful FINAL FANTASY style, overseen by original composer Nobuo Uematsu.
・Improved gameplay, including modernized UI, auto-battle options, and more!
・Dive into the world of the game with supplemental extras like the bestiary, illustration gallery, and music player.
*This remaster is based on the original "FINAL FANTASY VI" game released in 1994. Features and/or content may differ from previously rereleased versions of the game.
Reviews about the game
Kefka > Sephiroth
This isn’t the first time I’ve played this game. Hell, this isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed this game on Steam. Thinking back, I think the only version of this game that I haven’t played is the Game Boy Advance version (which is likely the definitive version of this game, but more on that later.) I say all of that to say that I’m a big fan of this game. In fact, it’s one of my favorites of all time. With that being said, I’ll cut right to the chase: if you’re a fan of classic console RPGs and you haven’t played this game, I demand that you do so immediately. Go ahead. I’ll wait. …Did you do it? Good. Now I can nitpick/fanboy about this version without worrying whether you’ve played it or not. So, yes, this version has several graphical improvements over the older versions (hence, the [i]Pixel Remaster[/i] appended to the title). Those, however, aren’t the only improvements: the inclusion of an auto battle mode, mini-maps pinned to the corner of the screen, treasure tracking, bestiary, etc., all make this an improvement over most of the versions that are out there. Compared to the other version that is widely available on modern platforms, it is technically an improvement over the Android/iOS version, which was available on here before but can no longer be found on the store page. (I was one of the handful of freaks who didn’t fly into a rage over that version, mind you. I thought it was fine.) I would stop short of calling this the definitive version of the game, however. Once again, just like the previous version, it’s missing the (admittedly hokey) CGI animations from the PlayStation port. Now, on top of that, this one is missing the extra content from the GBA version. That stuff might not be necessary for this to be a good game (it’s not), but, as a long-time, hard-core fan of this game, I was hoping for all of it to be included in one package. I guess I get to keep on waiting… Though the next version of this game will likely be a remake that will cast all that stuff aside, anyway. [i]Sigh.[/i] With all of that out of the way, this version is the best version of the base game that you’ll find. There are some additional things that will appeal to people who salivate over this one, too: an improved soundtrack, original artwork by Yoshitaka Amano, and a new interpretation of the opera scene that is guaranteed to make you mess yourself. This version just lacks a few things that would elevate it to “perfect”. So, is this the version that you should play if you’ve never played the game before? Probably… but that depends on the resources available to you. The GBA port is likely as close to a definitive version that we’ll ever get. But, if that’s not feasible, this is the next best choice. Whatever you do, you should play this game, whatever version you can get your hands on because it is, objectively, one of the best games ever made.
I don't even need to finish this one to say how much I fucking love it.
Overall rating, 8.5/10
"Oh whoa a train" *Suplexes train* this crap 10/10 got dann
A very faithful reissue that has most elements from the SNES version I put a thousand hours into over the past 30 years. The pixel art, audio, and gameplay modifications are so elegantly done, that you might not even notice how much was tweaked if it has been a while since you played the originals. A big thumbs up to the devs for keeping the bones of this game intact while improving some things (some previous remakes were quite awful imho). There's a fair bit of dialog/story that has changed, I'm not sure how much is net new vs. coalesced from other versions and remakes that occurred over the years, as I've only ever played the snes NA/FF3 version on original hardware and emulation.