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Final Fantasy II WonderSwan Box Set
By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on December 01, 2001   |   Episode 10 (Show Archive)  

   

Going Rate: $130*
What's Up: This portable will likely never be released in the United States, yet houses at least ten must have games. Plus, the WonderSwan is the main system for Final Fantasy I - VI ... each getting their own redux on the smaller system. This box set is the Final Fantasy II box set (number three will be released next year), and even has an "exclusive" color for the WonderSwan (though the color is white, so it's not all that exciting). It's not all that expensive compared
to the cost of most portables with games ... even if the games are all in Japanese.

How Cool Are You: Well, since most American gamers have never heard of a WonderSwan, you'll likely have no problem impressing your friends (and their stupid acquaintances). Plus, who can resist Final Fantasy II? Since most American gamers have never seen this particular Fantasy, impressing them shouldn't be too difficult. Plus, it's just a great looking portable, too ... just never given the chance to live. Well, import yourself one, and find out that it REALLY is worth owning.

*Prices for games and collectibles has been known to fluctuate wildly. What's more, this article was written in 2001, so any number of factors could sink or improve its value. I hope you enjoy the article, but hope you won't take the prices too seriously.)
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