Final Fantasy Society

Home Articles Games Forums Shop
You are not logged in. Log In or Sign Up.
Browse Online Now Directory New Posts Achievements Help/FAQ
Search


Final Fantasy Society Forums  >  Video Gaming Discussion  >  Final Fantasy Series

Final Fantasy mods and romhacks?





0
 08.17.2016 3:05am
Thread Creator

Thirdtwin
It's you guys' fault



Anybody mess around with any of these? I played around with a FFT mod, FFT Rebirth, that was pretty fun and mixed up some interesting things. I was wondering if there were any interesting/recommendable mods of other FFs out there that you guys liked.



TT




 Jump to Post







0
 08.19.2016 2:52am


Coolsetzer
Formerly Furysetzer



I liked the Final Fantasy Tactics Hardtype mod from insane difficulty dotcom. It's very well done. There is also FFVI Expert Version 2, which is excellent.




 Jump to Post



0
 09.19.2016 12:47am


Sijom
Registered Member

I've played Gjoerulv's "Hardcore" mod for VII. It was fairly good up until bosses started to use Hero drinks -- then it became complete bullshit. I might play it again one day with a few modifications of my own.




 Jump to Post



0
 09.23.2016 1:14am
Thread Creator

Thirdtwin
It's you guys' fault



I tried the Final Fantasy VI: Brave New World hack for SNES FF3. It's pretty good. They figured out how to individualize spell lists via Esper equip exclusivity, and tweaked a lot of the damage formulas and ability functionality to make more things that didn't work so good work better. They made Stamina (the stat) do something! Lots of things in fact! Sabin goes from "monster" to "fucking goddamn kaiju" in effectiveness though swear to god. Also they fiddled with the script and wanked over Celes a little bit. There are more cute references to other things if that sort of thing bothers you.




 Jump to Post












Jump to

Go




© Copyright 2013 Final Fantasy Society, All Rights Reserved
Home  |  Articles  |  Games  |  Forums  |  Shop  |  Contact Us  |  Terms of Use  |  Privacy Policy
Become a Facebook FanFollow us on Twitter