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Final Fantasy II
Box artwork for Final Fantasy II.
Developer(s) Square
Publisher(s) Square, Square Enix
Distributor(s) Wii Virtual Console
Release date(s)
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WonderSwan Color
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Wii Virtual Console
Genre(s) RPG
System(s) NES, WonderSwan Color, Wii
Players 1
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Preceded by Final Fantasy
Followed by Final Fantasy III
Series Final Fantasy
Neoseeker Related Pages
Twitch Final Fantasy II Channel
YouTube Gaming Final Fantasy II Channel
For the North American SNES game, see Final Fantasy IV.

Final Fantasy II was the second game in the Final Fantasy series, however it was not released in North America until 2002. Unlike the original game (and all future ones), Final Fantasy II characters did not gain experience in the traditional sense; instead of earning points at the end of a fight that can be applied to gaining a level, specific stats increased based on fighting style. If a character used weapons, their strength would increase, using magic would increase MP and magic strength, taking damage would raise maximum HP, and so on. While this style of gameplay would not be used in any other Final Fantasy, it would be used by Square in Threads of Fate and the SaGa series.

Squaresoft bundled the game with Final Fantasy I for several re-releases: Final Fantasy I-II for the Famicom, Final Fantasy Origins for the PlayStation, and most recently Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls for the Game Boy Advance.

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