The Final Fantasy Legend

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First Released: 15 Dec, 89

The long-running FINAL FANTASY series hits the Game Boy with FINAL FANTASY LEGEND. Create your party by choosing four warriors from eight different character classes including humans, mutants, and monsters. Humans specialize in hand-to-hand combat and have access to most weapons, mutants wield magic like no other, and monsters can evolve themselves by feasting on the meat of fallen opponents to become new monsters! Venture your way through four different lands each with a unique fantasy theme to stop the wicked Ashura Devils from destroying the world. A beautiful fantasy soundtrack adds atmosphere to the experience and puts you in the right mood. This single-player RPG features battery backup to save your progress, and is compatible with both Game Boy and Game Boy Color. RPG fans on the go should check out FINAL FANTASY LEGEND.
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Storyline: "It has been said that the tower in the center of the World is connected to Paradise. Dreaming of a life in Paradise, many have challenged the secret of the tower, but no one knows what became of them. Now, there is another who will brave the adventure. —Intro In the center of the world is a great tower. This tower connects to many worlds and at the top the entrance to Paradise. A group of adventurers from the world at the base of the tower decide to climb it to explore the various worlds. Along the way they encounter many strange creatures and among them strong monsters based on the Chinese Zodiac who guard the key to the next floor. In the Base World, Gen-bu, the Black Turtle, has hidden the Black Sphere in the Statue of Hero, southwest of the Tower. Two dragons guard the divided Blue Sphere in the World of Sea. Sei-ryu, the Blue Dragon, holds dominion over the realm from a palace below. A resistance force builds in the World of Sky as Byak-ko, the White Tiger, rules the realm with an iron fist in search of the White Sphere. Su-zaku, the Red Bird, lays waste to the World of Future as he guards the Red Sphere. Packaging ArtworkEdit