Final Fantasy Mystic Quest returns to the Wii’s Virtual Console today after an 18-year long hiatus since it’s original appearance on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. As a spin-off to it’s parent franchise, it also was home to a few unique design choices that set it apart from the rest. For instance, you are able to jump and use your weapons outside of battle. The game also features no random encounters and a turn-based battle system composed of up to two characters in battle. The story involves a young man named Benjamin who must fulfill a prophecy by collecting the crystals and save the world in the process.
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest costs approximately 800 points.