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Nikifor Solovyov
Nikifor Solovyov


This isn't the first time Square Enix has offered a free new-gen upgrade for one of its titles, as Marvel's Avengers also has a free upgrade option. Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade also had a free upgrade option for those who originally purchased FF7 Remake on PS4, charging for the FF7R INTERmission DLC content separately.


As mentioned previously, Stranger of Paradise tells the story of events that occurred prior to the original Final Fantasy, adding a strong dose of science fiction elements to the existing high fantasy setting. For a good portion of the game, the goal is very similar to the Final Fantasy, as Jack and the other Warriors of Light are tasked with restoring light to the four elemental crystals by vanquishing the corresponding fiends.

The storyline follows a cast of characters in the alternate Final Fantasy world that are set to face the demonic monster Chaos, known as the final boss in the original Final Fantasy title. The players assume the role of the protagonist Jack. Jack has the ability to switch between two assigned jobs (classes) and use both physical and magical attacks to dispatch enemies as he explores the world. The game features a break gauge, which depletes as an enemy is attacked. After fully depleted, Jack can perform a finishing blow that allows him to harvest some of the enemy's essence into his magic meter.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin is set in a dark and gloomy interpretation of the original Final Fantasy. Jack is at the core of the story as he is set on a path to destroy the crazed Chaos. Other characters, including Ash and Jed, join Jack on his journey. The three so-called Warriors of Light face unimaginable challenges, and discouraging setbacks, on the way to destroying Chaos. This is the PS4 version of Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin, which also includes a free upgrade for PS5. Now for a limited time, the Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin video game is available for $24.99 on Amazon.

Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin[a] is a 2022 action role-playing game in the Final Fantasy series developed by Koei Tecmo's Team Ninja, and published by Square Enix in celebration of the series' 35th anniversary. As an alternate universe prequel of Square Enix's original Final Fantasy on the NES, the storyline follows a set of characters brought into a fantasy world to face the malevolent Chaos.[1] The game was released in March 2022 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Stranger of Paradise is set in a dark fantasy interpretation of the setting for the original Final Fantasy game. The main character is Jack, a man consumed by a need to destroy Chaos. Jack is accompanied by other companions, including newcomers Ash and Jed. During the journey they face a knight who has taken on the role of Chaos; while seemingly the foretold Warriors of Light, each has doubts as to whether that is their role.[3][4]

Stranger of Paradise is co-developed by franchise creator Square Enix and Koei Tecmo division Team Ninja. It is co-directed by Daisuke Inoue from Square Enix and Hiroya Usuda and Nobumichi Kumabe from Team Ninja; co-produced by Jin Fujiwara from Square Enix and Fumihiko Yasuda from Team Ninja. The story and scenario were written by Stellavista Ltd. freelancer scriptwriter Kazushige Nojima. Longtime Square Enix employee Tetsuya Nomura created the original concept, and acts as character designer and creative producer in the game.[3][6] The music is composed by Naoshi Mizuta, with additional contributions by Hidenori Iwasaki and Ryo Yamazaki.[7] Nomura created the initial idea for Origin after production finished on Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy, imagining an action-focused game about conquering locations. When later approached for a new Final Fantasy concept, he combined this initial concept with a different concept of a game series focusing on Final Fantasy's villain Garland, as an angry older protagonist to create the final concept.[3][8] Due to the shift in tone, Nomura originally thought it would be an original title, but Inoue and Fujiwara pushed for its inclusion in the franchise.[7]

Rather than a remake of the first Final Fantasy, Stranger of Paradise was a new storyline using the original as inspiration, focusing on the themes of examining the role and goals of Warriors of Light. In contrast to the pale crystals used across most of the series, the red crystals and blood-colored elements of artwork emphasised the darker tone.[7] Commenting on the scenario, Nojima highlighted one line, "it's not a hope or a dream. It's like a hunger. A thirst", as the mainspring of the story.[3] The subtitle had a dual meaning of the party literally being strangers in the game world, and the party being unwelcome in the game's "paradise".[7] When asked during an interview with Digital Trends on whether or not the story was meant to be a prequel to the first Final Fantasy, Nojima answered that he personally considers the game to be a prequel, but it is ultimately left open to the player's interpretation.[12] Character Princess Sarah was designed by Roberto Ferrari, who emulated the original game's design for her. The key artwork was created by Square Enix's Image Studio CGI division under Nomura's supervision.[11]

Destructoid liked the level design, combat, and job variety, and especially praised the tone, writing: "It's not for everyone, despite how much the Final Fantasy name might bring people in. It's a Team Ninja action game first, and an oddball isekai story wears its flaws on its sleeve".[25] Game Informer reviewed the game less positively, criticizing its story, level design, and the lack of an incentive to engage with enemies, while praising the locales, combat, classes, and customization, concluding: "Stranger of Paradise is the strangest Final Fantasy game yet, bounding wildly between awful and fantastic. If you can tolerate Jack (and that's a big ask), the excellently crafted combat is worth a look".[26] IGN gave the game an 8 out of 10: "Its overly complex story and one-dimensional NPCs don't pay off until the final hours, but the freedom available in its challenging combat and extensive character customization is consistently rewarding from the start...It's a love letter to its own source material, filled with references and homages to the series' history that seem designed to give fans of any Final Fantasy something to enjoy".[30] VentureBeat gave the game 4 stars out of 5; although critical to the graphics, characters and the story, the magazine considered the game as fun.[33] GameSpot and GamesRadar+ praised the gameplay while citing the incoherent story, characters, level design, and unstable framerate as negatives.[27][28] Push Square cited the game's campy tone, music, boss battles, a singular good character, and the reverence for Final Fantasy as the game's positives while also writing negatively about the graphical issues, edgy protagonist, supporting cast, and incomprehensible story.[31]

I was somewhat surprised by the lack of Final Fantasy fan service. Developer Koei Tecmo is no stranger to action-based spinoffs of popular franchises (see Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity), so I hoped that Stranger of Paradise would be a love letter to the series. Unfortunately, outside of some themed dungeons and a few recognizable enemies, Stranger of Paradise sticks to its cast of original, one-dimensional characters, and their tenuous connections to the first Final Fantasy.

In the original game, players would head to Bahamut and seek out the Rat Tail. This would be found in the Citadel of Trials/Castle of Ordeals, which featured a teleporter puzzle and a number of powerful enemies. The final battle of the Citadel may be familiar to Stranger of Paradise: The Dragon Zombie fans. 041b061a72

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