In the first out of the famous "Final Fantasy" series, many warriors of different classes must cleanse the land of evil and track down the notorious Garland. On their quest, these warriors run into the elemental fiends, build technology, meet elves, giants and mermaids, help a witch and many other incredible voyages. Written by
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It's often been reported that Hironobu Sakaguchi
called his game "Final Fantasy" because he intended it to be his last game before leaving the industry. It's also been reported the name was chosen due to financial difficulties faced by Square at the time that this could be the last game they could produce. However in truth the developers were looking for a word to compliment the fantasy theme of the game. The criteria was that the title needed to be easily abbreviated using the Roman alphabet and that abbreviation needed to be four-syllables. Using the word "Fantasy" was an obvious choice, given the game's genre. After initially considering Fighting Fantasy but finding out the name was already in use, they chose "Final." The abbreviation "FF" (efu efu in Japanese) fit the four syllable requirement. According to Sakaguchi, "Really, anything that started with an F would have been fine for the title." See more
I, Garland, will knock you all down!
Followed by Final Fantasy X