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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Aug 31, 2010.
If you're wondering why the release name says Final Fantasy II and the boxart says Final Fantasy IV, it's because Final Fantasy IV was released as Final Fantasy II internationally.
I might actually try this VC. I've never played this Final Fantasy before, so yeah.
8 MEG MEMORY
BATTERY BACKUP SAVES UP TO FOUR GAMES
76-PAGE PLAYER'S STRATEGY MANUAL
I guess this is the appropriate boxart. Can somebody change it to this?
I might actually get this one. I've been playing I&II on ds with ez flash 3in1 for some reason save file got lost :S
Well I could download for VC but I have no idea how VC backups work
It's actually really easy to install VC Releases.
You just install the .wad using WAD Manager.
Heh, 8 Megs, but they were counting by bits back then, as it's really only 1MB. Still remember the Chrono Trigger box saying 32 Megs (or Megabits, can't remember)
Finally... it's been a while since a good game appeared on VC. =/
it was a while ago that it did appear, as well.
unless they've finally caught up.
but i doubt that's the case.
as i thought: the nfo is dated march of 2010
Don't forget there is a NDS remake.
Wait! Is this FFIV or FFII?
But a bad WAD can brick your Wii right?
That's IV, not II
But US Final Fantasy II is Final Fantasy IV. They skipped II, III and V in America.
Real Final Fantasy II was for the Famicom (NES).
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