|Final Fantasy Adventure|
|Developer(s)||Square Co., Ltd.|
|Publisher(s)|| Square Co., Ltd.|
Sunsoft (Game Boy Color)
Final Fantasy Adventure (JP) (originally released in Japan as (JP) Holy Sword Legend: Final Fantasy Side-Story, and later re-released in Europe as Final Fantasy: Mystic Quest) was the first game to be released in the Seiken Densetsu series(also known as the Mana series). Released in 1991 on the original Game Boy, its game play is roughly similar to that of the original Legend of Zelda game, but with the addition of role-playing statistical elements.
The story follows the knight Sumo and the young woman Fuji as they attempt to thwart the Dark Lord of Glaive and his sorcerer assistant Julius from destroying the Tree of Mana and dooming their world. The game was met with generally positive reviews, noting its strong story but faulting its shaky dialogue.
|Final Fantasy series|
|Main series||Final Fantasy • Final Fantasy II • Final Fantasy III • Final Fantasy IV • Final Fantasy V • Final Fantasy VI|
|Legend series||The Final Fantasy Legend • Final Fantasy Legend II • Final Fantasy Legend III|
|Tactics Advance||Tactics Advance • Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift|
|Crystal Chronicles||Crystal Chronicles • CC: Ring of Fates • CC: My Life as a King • CC: Echoes of Time • CC: My Life as a Darklord • CC: Crystal Bearers|
|Fables||Fables: Chocobo Tales • Fables: Chocobo's Dungeon|
|Theathrhythm||Theatrhythm Final Fantasy • Curtain Call|
|Remakes||Dawn of Souls • Final Fantasy III • IV Advance • V Advance • Final Fantasy VI Advance • Final Fantasy IV|
|Sequels||IV: The After Years • XII: Revenant Wings|
|Miscellaneous||Final Fantasy Adventure • Final Fantasy Mystic Quest • Crystal Defenders • Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light • Final Fantasy Explorers|