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Box artwork for Final Fantasy IV.
Final Fantasy IV
Developer(s)Square
Publisher(s)Square
Year released1991
System(s)SNES, WonderSwan Color, Wii, Wii U, New Nintendo 3DS
Preceded byFinal Fantasy III
Followed byFinal Fantasy V
SeriesFinal Fantasy
Genre(s)RPG
Players1
ModesSingle player
Rating(s)CERO All ages
Final Fantasy IV
Developer(s)TOSE
Publisher(s)Square
Year released1997
System(s)PlayStation, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable
Rating(s)CERO All ages
Final Fantasy IV Advance
Developer(s)TOSE
Publisher(s)Square Enix
Year released2005
System(s)Game Boy Advance, Wii U
Rating(s)CERO All agesESRB Everyone 10+PEGI Ages 12+Parental Guidance
Final Fantasy IV
Developer(s)Matrix Software
Publisher(s)Square Enix
Year released2007
System(s)Nintendo DS, iOS, Android, Windows
Final Fantasy IV Pixel Remaster
Developer(s)TOSE
Publisher(s)Square Enix
Year released2021
System(s)iOS, Android, Windows
LinksFinal Fantasy IV at PCGamingWikiFinal Fantasy IV ChannelSearchSearch

Final Fantasy IV (known as Final Fantasy II when first released in the US) is the fourth game in the Final Fantasy series. The plot follows the quest of Cecil, as he seeks to recover the magic crystals in order to save the world from the evil that seeks to destroy it. It was first released on the SNES in 1991. Critics complained that the poor translation of the English SNES version coupled with the less challenging gameplay made it inferior to the Japanese original.

It has since been re-released in the PlayStation compilations Final Fantasy Chronicles and Final Fantasy Collection, on the Game Boy Advance as Final Fantasy IV Advance, and on the PSP as Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection. A Nintendo DS remake has also been released, featuring 3D graphics and additional content.

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