Myth II Meets Final Fantasy
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Ever wonder what happens when popular computer and console RPGs collide? Obviously Brent McDonald did. Recently added to The Mill Archives was McDonald's latest creation: a Final Fantasy 6 (FF3 in the U.S.) conversion mod for the ever-popular Myth II: Soulblighter.
Fans of the FF series may remember that FF6 was a 16-bit game, complete with simple sprite-based graphics. This FF6 mod, being tongue-in-cheek, has recreated those same graphics through Myth II's various units, all of which should look instantly familiar to FF fans.
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Hilarious action and solid gameplay were the prime goals of this project, and there is a map to match just about everyone's taste. Most all the maps are equal battles with the exception of the human stages where you have Good Guys vs. Bad Guys, in which case the good "super characters" are different from the bad ones.Included with the mod are six multiplayer stages and one training map, which introduces players to the units' various abilities and available items. The mod is sized at 15.8 MB and is available for download at The Mill Archives. Any console RPG veterans itching for "the good old days" should definitely check this one out.
The Mill Archives - Final Fantasy 6
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