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Which is the best version of FFVI (FFIII for the SNES)?

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User Info: backguard222

backguard222
4 years ago#1
Which is the best version of FFVI (FFIII for the SNES)?

PSN Download Version
PS1 Disc Version
GameBoy Advance Version
SNES Version

(why isn't this showing up as a poll?)

User Info: Dave4202

Dave4202
4 years ago#2
Gameboy Advanced version... it has more content then the SNES version and none of the annoying lag that's present in the PS versions.
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User Info: Fishnkill4

Fishnkill4
4 years ago#3
The GBA has more content than the PS1 version, but it doesn't have the FMVs from the PS1 and you're playing on a smaller screen. For that reason, I'd go with the PS1 version. It contains the FMVs + you get to play on a bigger screen. And the load times for the PS1 version aren't as bad as people make them to be.

PSN vs PS1 disc is a matter of preference. Both software are identical, but if you're like me and you like having a physical copy of the game, you should get the PS1 disc.
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User Info: matty549

matty549
4 years ago#4
The Japanese version. Gba has inferior music, and snes censors my favorite scene in the game.

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docholliday504
4 years ago#5
matty549 posted...
The Japanese version. Gba has inferior music, and snes censors my favorite scene in the game.


Which Scene?
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User Info: Arsene-Lupin

Arsene-Lupin
4 years ago#6
From: Dave4202 | #002
Gameboy Advanced version... it has more content then the SNES version and none of the annoying lag that's present in the PS versions.


Yeah, PS1 versions of Chrono Trigger, FFV and FFVI are all unplayable. God knows why they couldn't do a decent port.

Really though, because the best versions of those are all on handhelds (FFV and FFVI on GBA, CT on DS) I think the best option is just to use a PC emulator so you can get the 'big screen' feeling.
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User Info: matty549

matty549
4 years ago#7
It's a scene involving celes. After she feeds a certain person some fish...

User Info: Rob_the_Ninja

Rob_the_Ninja
4 years ago#8
Yeah, PS1 versions of Chrono Trigger, FFV and FFVI are all unplayable. God knows why they couldn't do a decent port.


I heard that they used certain effects that were specific to the SNES that the PS1 just couldn't replicate.
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User Info: VigilantSteve

VigilantSteve
4 years ago#9
Arsene-Lupin posted...
From: Dave4202 | #002
Gameboy Advanced version... it has more content then the SNES version and none of the annoying lag that's present in the PS versions.


Yeah, PS1 versions of Chrono Trigger, FFV and FFVI are all unplayable. God knows why they couldn't do a decent port.

Really though, because the best versions of those are all on handhelds (FFV and FFVI on GBA, CT on DS) I think the best option is just to use a PC emulator so you can get the 'big screen' feeling.


Unplayable is an extreme exaggeration. There are load times, sure, but it's not that bad.

User Info: mmpepsi

mmpepsi
4 years ago#10
PSN version, just because of the ability to swap saves between PSP/VIta and PS3.
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