This program seems really good at first when you start and look at the storyline. It has very good character graphics/pictures(best I've ever seen), and very interesting borders that surround the text. I haven't played that many FF games, but the story seems to be original.
Unfortunately, as I was kind of expecting, the gameplay is often too slow. Battles take at least 5 minutes, and probably up to 15 minutes(I wasn't timing).
This game is also really hard. I have never even beaten the first quest.
The tactics in this game aren't enforced enough. I used one of the tactics where you attack from the side for increased accuracy, but the enemy dodged 5/5 times. And then when they tried to attack me head on, they hit me 4/5 times.
The game play is very strategic, but again, these tactics really need to be enforced.
The AI decent, meaning it can go around obstacles in order to get to you, but it's not smart(which is a good thing because the game is hard enough already).
Some of the controls could probably be rearranged. Usually when there are options to which direction to go using a row of keys, it is arranged in this order:
LEFT, DOWN, UP, RIGHT
Just see DDR if you still don't understand.
The shop was confusing and should probably use a different system.
The author needs to go through all his programs and either rewrite them or get rid of all the excess. In the "title" program, I could of gotten rid of at least 40 bytes. And that probably doesn't seem like that much, there are 150+ programs, so if you shave 40 off of each, that's 6000 bytes smaller.
Overall this game is very good if you are so patient that you could stand 24 hours outside of a movie theater to get tickets for some good but not top-notch movie.