Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Collection Screenshots (PSP)

User Screenshots

PSP version

Title screen and main menu (US version)
Title screen and main menu (Japanese version)
Gallery mode
Artwork (this shot refers to The After Years)
Final Fantasy IV: Title screen and main menu
Final Fantasy IV: Intro
Final Fantasy IV: Starting the game, Cecil of Red Wings
Final Fantasy IV: On the world map
Final Fantasy IV: Let's fight a boss!
Final Fantasy IV: Classic!
Final Fantasy IV: Myst effects in Myst Cave
Final Fantasy IV: Dark Knight Cecil uses his dark ability against helpless zombies
Final Fantasy IV: Behold the Fat Chocobo
Final Fantasy IV: Behold Leviathan
Final Fantasy IV: Traveling later in the game
Final Fantasy IV: Using a sort of GPS system in the Underworld
Final Fantasy IV: Summoning Titan
Final Fantasy IV: Malboros tend to inflict nasty status effects on the party
Final Fantasy IV: Using a cottage to rest
Final Fantasy IV Interlude: Title screen and main menu
Final Fantasy IV Interlude: Yang's daughter is born...
Final Fantasy IV Interlude: Rydia is off to Damcyan for celebration
Final Fantasy IV Interlude: Party versus Android soldiers
Final Fantasy IV Interlude: Palom was not very fast to figure that out...
The After Years: Title screen and main menu
The After Years: Game title in the intro
The After Years: More intro
The After Years: The dragon on the background of twin moons
The After Years: New gameplay feature: change of moon phase (affects the power of attacks and spells)
The After Years: Bottom right corner shows how the current moon phase affects your abilities
The After Years: This was originally an episodic game for mobile phones divided into stories. Same structure (with minor variations) is kept here
The After Years: Ceodore's tale title card
The After Years: Each tale hides a Challenge Dungeon accessible once the tale is complete
The After Years: Sometime you even have to make choices which may affect the story later (although just a little bit)
The After Years: There are a lot of new abilities, and some are hilarious
The After Years: One of the street vendors
The After Years: New gameplay feature - Yang and Ursula use a "band" ability - a kind of combo attack on an Adamantoise. There is a great number of various bands with varying effects in the game
The After Years: The final story is where your previous efforts pay off since now you can import most of the characters from the previously completed tales
The After Years: In the final tale you can change your party almost anytime, choosing from a roster of over 20 unique characters
The After Years: ...and I though a regular Deathmask was a dreadful foe!
The After Years: Epic battles...
The After Years: Epic monsters...
The After Years: you need to form three parties to fight the PSP-exclusive boss
The After Years: PSP-exclusive boss called Lost Babil