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  Game Name:
Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest
System:
SNES
Genre:
RPG
Players:
1
Developer:
Square
Publisher:
Square / Nintendo in Europe
Release Date:
United States: October 5th, 1992
Japan: September 10th, 1993
Europe: 1993
 

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Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest is a highly underrated game from Square that some if not most Final Fantasy fans have shunned from their Final Fantasy collection. Many people claim it to be a beginners' RPG, tokening it with names such as 'The RPG for Dummies'.

While the interface of Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest is very simplified (much more than that of the other Final Fantasy games), there is still much more to Mystic Quest than meets the eye. It has a fairly in-depth story, and the easiness of the gameplay interface is friendly to those wanting to concentrate less on mechanics, and more on solid gameplay.

Considering the above, Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest is a game worth trying!

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