Final Fantasy V

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Final Fantasy V
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Original Japanese Box Art
Alternative Title(s): Final Fantasy V Advance, FFV
Developer(s): Square, TOSE (PS, GBA)
Publisher(s): Square, Square Electronic Arts, Square Enix, Nintendo
Series: Final Fantasy
Engine:
Native Resolution:
Version:
Platform: Super Famicom
Playstation
Game Boy Advance
Release Date(s): Super Famicom
*[JP] December 6, 1992
Playstation
*[JP] March 19, 1998
*[NA] September 30, 1999
*[EU/AUS] May 17, 2002
Game Boy Advance
*[JP] October 12, 2006
*[NA] November 6, 2006
*[EU] April 13, 2007
Genre(s): Role Playing Game (RPG)
Mode(s): Single Player, Multiplayer
Players:
Rating(s): Playstation
ESRB: T, ELSPA: 11+, OFLC: M15+
Game Boy Advance
ESRB: E, CERO: A, PEGI: 12+
Media: 16 megabit cartridge (Super Famicom)
1 CD-ROM (PS)
64 megabit cartridge (GBA)


In a world where the elements of earth, fire, wind and water rule the everyday workings of life, the four Crystals shine abundantly, shedding their warm light upon the world. With the power of the Crystals protecting them, humans have been able to live at peace. Monster attacks are low, and industrialization is progressing steadily with the advent of nautical and air travel. It appeared as though nothing could ever go wrong.

In a Kingdom governed by the wind, King Tycoon feels ill at ease one day when the strength of the wind suddenly falters. Alarmed by this, he takes off the the Wind Shrine on his trusted wind drake to ensure that everything is fine, leaving his daughter behind. With tears streaming down her face, standing all alone on the threshold of the upper most pinnacle of the palace, Lenna (also known as Reina) feels the wind abate. Upon the ocean, Faris a pirate looks to the sky as the wind is torn from her sails, leaving her ship at a stand still. Not knowing what this means, Faris quickly whips the men under his command into shape to prevent them from thinking anything of it. An ominous presence appears in the sky, hurtling toward the planet. What could this all mean?


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