VC #1010 - Final Fantasy II (USA)

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Aug 31, 2010
  1. Tempbot
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  2. soulx

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    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.
     
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    I might actually try this VC. I've never played this Final Fantasy before, so yeah.
     
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    16-BIT [​IMG]
    ROLE-PLAYING GAME [​IMG]
    8 MEG MEMORY [​IMG]
    BATTERY BACKUP SAVES UP TO FOUR GAMES [​IMG]
    76-PAGE PLAYER'S STRATEGY MANUAL [​IMG]
    STEREO SOUND [​IMG]
     
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    Gawd!
    I guess this is the appropriate boxart. Can somebody change it to this?
     
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    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 [​IMG]
     
  7. soulx

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    It's actually really easy to install VC Releases.
    You just install the .wad using WAD Manager.
     
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    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)
     
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    Finally... it's been a while since a good game appeared on VC. =/
     
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    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
     
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    Don't forget there is a NDS remake.
    [​IMG]
     
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    Wait! Is this FFIV or FFII?
     
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    But a bad WAD can brick your Wii right?
     
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    That's IV, not II
     
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    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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    8 megabits 1 megabytes
     

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