Final Fantasy Adventure (1991)
"Seiken densetsu" (original title)

Video Game  -  Adventure | Fantasy  -  November 1991 (USA)
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A former gladiator must go on a journey of a lifetime to find the legendary Mana Tree...


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A former gladiator must go on a journey of a lifetime to find the legendary Mana Tree...

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One of the best games for the Game Boy!
27 January 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

There were not many RPGs or Action RPGs available for the Game Boy, but what RPGs there were on the Game Boy are some of the best available for the system. Seiken Densetsu was the first in the "Tree Of Mana" series by SquareSoft, and it is one of the best games available for ANY system. This game has a similar playing style to the NES, SNES, and Game Boy "Legend Of Zelda" series. The graphics in this game, although monochrome (since this was released during the days of the original monochrome Game Boy), are beautiful. Nobue Uematsu, the composer of the music for the Final Fantasy series, doesn't let down in the music compartment...the music is downright beautiful considering how limiting the sound hardware of the Game Boy was. Controls are flawless. My only gripe is the difficulty of the "boss" characters...they're too easy to beat.

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