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Maybe these should be split such that Final Fantasy I and II ToCs can be transcluded into ToCs for Dawn of Souls and Origins, without having Final Fantasy II inexplicably on the Final Fantasy I page, especially since Final Fantasy I has been released on its own twice in the US, and Final Fantasy II has been released on its own for the PSP in the US, and wasn't even available in the US for quite some time.

Other than some games (such as these) being released together for a port (especially the PS1 packages Origins/Anthology/Chronicles), the Final Fantasy games have nothing to do with one another except in very specific cases (ie all of the Final Fantasy VII games, or the Ivalice titles). We certainly wouldn't have Chrono Trigger linked to Final Fantasy IV just because of Final Fantasy Chronicles, or (Final Fantasy IV,) Final Fantasy V and Final Fantasy VI linked because of Final Fantasy Anthology.--~Vizeroth~-- 17:42, 1 March 2009 (UTC)

None of those other ones are I don't see the point of bringing them up. These two games were released together and major features added each time that treating them as a compilation just doesn't do them justice. -- Prod (Talk) 02:39, 6 March 2009 (UTC)
At the very least the whole ToC (subtocs and all) needs an overhaul, along with many of the pages. Most of the content covered in the last heading is Final Fantasy I-specific, and much of it is repetition of not only the FFI content, but also the content of the other pages in that section. For instance the Unlockables page listed under the Anniversary Edition covers the information in the Collections page listed under Origins, along with the stuff new to the Anniversary Edition. And there's no mention of the FF II Anniversary Edition. It also needs to be more obvious that the content is specific to FF I to players that are less familiar with the game.
The FF I guide, with a little cleanup, could be turned into a level 4 guide in no time. The FF II guide is not even a level 1 guide yet, but it's not obvious that it needs the work because there's so much here that has nothing to do with it, but is presented as relevant.
--~Vizeroth~-- 04:05, 6 March 2009 (UTC)
Even the GBA cart with both 1 and 2 segregates the 2 games completely. Is there really a specific version that meshes the 2 together (I ask since I’m only familiar with 1 version of them)? The leveling up systems are really different between the two. I agree on splitting them. If we do decide to do some massive cleanup I’ll try to help out. With how many versions are out we may need to have sections on some pages dedicated to defining diffirences between the versions.--Zaiqukaj 08:16, 6 March 2009 (UTC)