Help playing Final Fantasy IV: The After Years on JPN Wii

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  1. RagolSlayer
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    Hey all,

    Downloaded FFIV: The After Years for the Wii (US version) so that I could run it on my Japanese Wii with StartPatch, and the game itself works, but everything's in Japanese. Is there any way I can make it so that it'll show English text or am I pretty much stuck unless I region change my Wii? Any help would be appreciated. Sorry if this has been answered already, search didn't help too much.
     
  2. cobleman

    cobleman GBAtemp Maniac

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    Edit sorry just looked you alraedy have english version
    Unless you have English in your Language selection in your Wii settings you might have to region change your wii
     
  3. Krestent

    Krestent What to post?

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    Load it through GeckoOS with Language forced to English
     
  4. RagolSlayer
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    Tried that, everything's still in Japanese. I'm on 4.2J, if that helps.
     
  5. TheShadowRunner

    TheShadowRunner I'm like you, I have no name.

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    hmm does that help?

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  6. RagolSlayer
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    Holy crap, you're a godsend. Everything works now. [​IMG]
     
  7. Yoshi Party

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    learn Katakana [​IMG]

    it's very simple and allows you to translate most important settings/texts etc. by just pronouncing them in English(although they are written in japanese)

    only about 50 letters

    on the shown pics from abouth ie. I can read everything except for "Fast", "Slow", "Assignment" & "Define the passage of ...."

    You see it's helpfull:

    http://www.japanorama.com/images/katakana.gif