Remember picking your party's class options at the start of the original Final Fantasy on the NES? You get that same experience here with Last Dream — except your choices impact the game in more than just the combat lineup. Each class has a different town and overland map abilities.
Choice is a big element in Last Dream. On top of choosing your class options, you can choose from six different difficulty levels, as well as three different combat encounter rates.
With a huge world and lots to do, Last Dream is something you could easily sink 50 to 100 hours into if you love the old-school style but prefer it reimagined with some modern tweaks.