Final Fantasy V

Developer: SquareSoft, Square Enix
Players: 1
Genre: Role-Playing Game
Platform: Playstation

Release Dates:
usa Nov 18, 2003
euro Feb 20, 2004
japan Mar 13, 2003

Story

The world thrived on the power of the four elemental crystals; Wind, Earth, Fire, and Water.

With the power of Wind, people sailed ships. With the power of Fire, they began the industrial movement. With Water, people quenched their thirst, and from Earth, they received blessings.
One day, the King of Tycoon, upon feeling an irregularity in the air currents, rushed to the Wind Shrine, only to find the Wind Crystal shattering to pieces right before his eyes. In addition to this catastrophe, an enormous meteor had fallen to the ground, causing earthquakes in the surrounding land near Tycoon Castle. In the ensuing chaos, the King of Tycoon disappears mysteriously.

Why did the Crystal shatter? What ever happened to the missing Tycoon King? What meaning does the fallen meteor have?

The answers will start to unfold as this grand adventure, filled with new encounters and many mysteries begins...

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