Now with a full 3-D remake, FINAL FANTASY IV: THE AFTER YEARS can be played as never before on PC. Take part in the epic sequel that unfolds nearly two decades after the events of FINAL FANTASY IV. Classic characters make their return alongside several new heroes, such as Ceodore, son of Cecil and Rosa.Read full description
Now with a full 3-D remake, FINAL FANTASY IV: THE AFTER YEARS can be played as never before on PC. Take part in the epic sequel that unfolds nearly two decades after the events of FINAL FANTASY IV. Classic characters make their return alongside several new heroes, such as Ceodore, son of Cecil and Rosa.
Seventeen years have passed since the war's end, and the son born to King Cecil and Queen Rosa of Baron has grown into a young man. Prince Ceodore has enlisted in the airship fleet known as the Red Wings, eager to meet the expectations demanded of his blood and station. Yet once more another moon has appeared in the sky, and with it vast hordes of monsters intent on destruction. The brief peace enjoyed by the Blue Planet now stands threatened under the shadow of impending catastrophe.
Ten Playable Tales
Begin your journey with ""Ceodore's Tale."" Complete it to unlock the tales of six additional characters, which can be played in any order, and then return to the core story with ""Kain's Tale,"" ""The Lunarian's Tale,"" and ""The Crystals."" A total of ten tales in all, and all contained in FINAL FANTASY IV: THE AFTER YEARS.
Active Time Battle
Take control of exhilarating combat made possible by the non-stop action in Square Enix's iconic battle system.
Feel the moon's presence in combat, as its waxing and waning influences the potency of attacks and abilities of all combatants. Lunar phases cycle naturally with the passage of in-game time, or when resting at an inn, tent, or cottage.
Combine the strength of your party members to awesome effect with Band abilities that can be unlocked through in-game events or by levelling your characters' Affinity.
Keep an eye on your current location and nearby surroundings, or click for quick access to the world map. Includes STEAM Trading cards and achievements!
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The stories and tales are very well put together. I am a little disappointed that they didn't add voice acting like they have in the remake of FFIV. I would give this game a go because the nostalgia factor and because Ceodore needs screen time to show how truly he shines in his father's footsteps. I would buy this on sale, but wouldn't give it a 15 dollar value, around 7.50 is perfect.
I tried this game recently and was happy that it was worth trying. If you are a RPG fan then you must give it a try.The overall story mode is awesome !! Story character choosing and deciding is great too. If you want to go back to golbez, lunar and rest of final fantasy world..then this game is surely yours..the main thing is you can choose you own hero and decide your fate by the choices you make and it is worth trying :)
FFIV is a fantastic and classic JRPG for which Square-Enix for some reason decided to create a sequel to, and surprisingly it's not terrible. I've played this previously on Wii where it's done in the classic 16-bit style which frankly I much prefer over this 3D. There is a lot of same from FFIV, the world is basically the same and number of actually new places isn't that high. What does make this really interesting is the story which I found intriguing and something I wanted to know about more. The mysterious villain especially. For the price this is not a bad little sequel to one of the big classics of JRPG. It doesn't bring anything actually new to the formula but it doesn't have to
After Years is the sequel of Final Fantasy IV. What does that means? That it basically perform a follow up on the story: some characters have a son, now, some are adult, etc. This game is also an episodic structure, it's not a brand new full game, but each character/group of character have its own story. Sad thing is, the game is very boring, too hard in some sections, and it doesn't really add anything new to FFIV. Also the PC port is simply terrible: in overworld there are 30 fps, while during battles FPS are 15. There is some stuttering too, even main menu lags a bit, and when you select an option you need to wait a couple of seconds for the game to execute your input. My advice is: avoid this game. It's nothing but a marketing operation based on nostalgia, missing the target so it doesn't deliver at all.
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