Final Fantasy IV Complete Edition (PSP) - £15.99 @ Game, Gamestation & Amazon - HotUKDeals
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RRP of £34.99, the next cheapest is about £24. However, Game, Gamestation & Amazon all have it on special for £15.99 right now. Game has a relatively generous rewards program, so I personally went with them. This is now pretty much the cheapest it's been.


Complete Collection contains:

High quality Art Cards featuring artwork from Final Fantasy IV and The After Years

Screen-cleaning cloth decorated with Cecil from Final Fantasy IV character design

Special fold-out presentation box

Special downloadable content for use in Dissidia 012 [duodecim] Final Fantasy

Offering the ultimate compilation of the FF IV saga, Final Fantasy IV Complete Collection offers Final Fantasy IV and its sequel The After Years into one package. A cast of unforgettable characters fight through one of the grandest stories ever told with stunning new graphics, a re-arranged, award-winning soundtrack, and bonus game features that provide the absolute FINAL FANTASY IV experience.

Quidco/TCB on top.

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#2
Ordered! I've got a few quid left on an amazon gift card so why the hell not
#3
dont own a psp but considering this.....
#4
Yep, this is a good deal. I'm still in two minds about getting it myself as I still have Persona 3 and Tactics Ogre to get through...

Edited By: Kodoku on May 13, 2011 16:41
#5
Dissidia 012 DLC? Cool

I'll go on PSN & downlo...... |: :p


Kodoku
Yep, this is a good deal. I'm still in two minds about getting it myself as I still have Persona 3 and Tactics Ogre to get through...


Finish Persona 3, one hell of a brilliant game <3

Edited By: Mikuru on May 13, 2011 17:06
#6
I've played this game so many times. First the PSX port of the SNES original back when they re-released all the Final Fantasy games on the Playstation. Then the DS remake. Then I played The After Years when it came out on the Wii. Now I'm playing through it all again on the PSP, with the newest chapter, The Interlude - and I have to say, it's well worth it. One of the greatest Final Fantasy games with memorable characters and a decent plot.

You spoony bard!
#7
Will probably pick this up for the bunch of games im going to play through during the summer holiday.
#8
Almost picked this up in-store for 20 this afternoon, but my better judgment perked up - prices are usually a fiver more expensive than online.

Even my newfound hatred for Sony what with recent security related events coupled with my PS3 YloDing on me last weekend will not turn me away from a final fantasy related bargain :D
#9
What I don't get is why they've kept the old 2D style graphics when they remade it all in 3D for the DS only the other year...
#10
Got this for £20 in game yesterday, Amazon was still showing £25 then, ****.

Still, a good deal for the original and remastered IV, and extra chapter for IV and another game.
#11
Great deal, thanks. Never played this one and it might be a while until I do, still working through VII and then have got VIII and IX to play too! :D

Edited By: Magic Walrus on May 13, 2011 20:12
#12
VI is absolutely brilliant, but I didn't really get on with the original IV (if it was FF2 on the US snes).
Artwork is lovely though. Shame they didn't stick with Yoshitaka Amano
#13
HeXadecimal00
What I don't get is why they've kept the old 2D style graphics when they remade it all in 3D for the DS only the other year...
I don't get that either. They've revamped the 2D graphics for this, obviously, because it's in HD and widescreen. After they remade it in 3D for the DS I don't understand why they then made The After Years in 2D (although I guess it does have that retro feel to it, and will suit people who played the original IV and want to play the sequel without playing the remake).
What they should have done is included both 2D and 3D versions on the PSP - it's not like disk space is much of an issue on the PSP and that really would have made it the ultimate compilation.

thingswelike
VI is absolutely brilliant, but I didn't really get on with. the original IV (if it was FF2 on the US snes).
Artwork is lovely though. Shame they didn't stick with Yoshitaka Amano
I've always felt that IV is on par with VI - it has some really loveable characters and a great plot, it's the first FF game that I played where the characters really stood out and stuck with me even after I'd finished the game. IV is perhaps to VI what VII is to VIII.

Magic Walrus
Great deal, thanks. Never played this one and it might be a while until I do, still working through VII and then have got VIII and IX to play too! :D
I've been trying to play them through in numerical order for years now! I flew through I and II, then got stuck because III was only available in Japanese. I ended up playing IV and V while I waiting for the DS remake of III, then I went straight on to play the remake of IV, then heard about The After Years so started playing that. Now I'm playing through the new Interlude chapter that the PSP release adds. If they keep adding to IV like this I'll never get through the rest. oO

Only VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, X-2, XII and XIII to go!
#14
reddragon105
HeXadecimal00
What I don't get is why they've kept the old 2D style graphics when they remade it all in 3D for the DS only the other year...

I don't get that either. They've revamped the 2D graphics for this, obviously, because it's in HD and widescreen. After they remade it in 3D for the DS I don't understand why they then made The After Years in 2D (although I guess it does have that retro feel to it, and will suit people who played the original IV and want to play the sequel without playing the remake).
What they should have done is included both 2D and 3D versions on the PSP - it's not like disk space is much of an issue on the PSP and that really would have made it the ultimate compilation.


Why make the same game twice (and have over twice the budget) for a feature that will not increase sales by more than a few percent? Not to mention I like the 2D look, and I wouldn't want to play it in crappy 3D when I can play it in gorgeous looking 2D.

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