Finest Fantasy for Advance is the name of the project which brought Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy IV, Final Fantasy V, and Final Fantasy VI, originally released on the NES and SNES, to the Game Boy Advance. For the project, each game was remade with enhanced graphics, sound and extra content.
The games are as follows:
- Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls
- Final Fantasy IV Advance
- Final Fantasy V Advance
- Final Fantasy VI Advance
While Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls was made before the project had been announced, it is now classified as one of the games in the project. Extra content included in all the games includes a Bestiary, a music player, and a new bonus dungeon unlocked upon the games first completion. The exception is Final Fantasy in Dawn of Souls. It has four increasingly longer/more complicated dungeons, each tied to one of the four worldly elements, Earth, Fire, Water, and Wind, and unlocked when the corresponding Chaos fiend is defeated.
Final Fantasy III is the only NES game that did not see a remake as a part of the collection. Despite this, the game, along with Final Fantasy IV, was remade for the Nintendo DS.