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Final Fantasy V Advance

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Final Fantasy V Advance
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ファイナルファンタジーVアドバンス
Fainaru Fantajī Faibu Adobansu

Developer(s):

Square Enix

Publisher(s):

Square Enix

Platform(s):

Game Boy Advance

Release date:

Japan October 12, 2006
United States November 6, 2006
Europe April 13, 2007

Genre:

Role-playing

Game modes:

Single player

Ratings:

ESRB: Everyone

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Final Fantasy V Advance is a remake of Final Fantasy V for the Game Boy Advance. It was released in 2006 in Japan and North America and in 2007 in Europe and Australia.

Differences from other versions[edit]

Similar to the Game Boy Advance re-releases of its predecessors, this version features updated graphics and an interface optimized for the Game Boy Advance screen. Additional features include four new jobs (Gladiator, Cannoneer, Necromancer, and Oracle), a new 30-floor bonus dungeon, and an additional stage called the Cloister of the Dead. The character Enuo mentioned in the backstory now appears as an optional boss; instead of being designed by character designer Yoshitaka Amano, Enuo's appearance was designed by monster designer Tetsuya Nomura. A bestiary, a quick save function, music player, and additional equipment in the style of previous GBA re-releases. Like the Game Boy Advance remakes of its predecessors, Final Fantasy V Advance was newly localized, and it featured pop cultural references such as The Simpsons and PBS's Reading Rainbow.

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