Hailed by critics as one of the best titles in the Final Fantasy franchise, Final Fantasy IV makes its DS debut as an updated version of the original Super Famicom game. Heroes and villains are now rendered in 3D, and the storyline is told through cinematic cut-scenes enhanced with voice acting. As you guide the dark knight Cecil on a quest for redemption in the mysterious Valley of Mist, you'll confront monsters through an "active time" battle system designed to heighten the group-oriented action. Several gameplay changes have been included as well, such as party member Rydia's ability to create a summoned monster to fight in her stead. This quirky creature, named Whyt, can be customized throughout the adventure by participating in mini-games and even wireless competitions against a friend.
Final Fantasy Tactics A2 Grimoire of the Rift (NDS)
Return to Ivalice in the latest installment of the legendary FINAL FANTASY TACTICS series. Summer vacation has begun for all but one unlucky student. Alone in the school library, Luso solemnly toils away the punishment his mischief has brought him. It is there that he finds a dusty, mysterious book. Opening it, he reads aloud the only text it contains: “One is fated to fill these barren pages. Know you his name?” Scrawling his name onto the next blank page, Luso unwittingly begins the first chapter of an adventure all his own.