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It's true, it's true.

I've been playing through FFIV (the translated version, not the official 'easytype one') and V on a chipped x-box, and the addition of a quicksave and the little white button for speeding things up has made a world of difference.

I can level my characters up in minutes. Tedious dungeons can be sped through. I can save before a tough boss and try a new tactic. I demand that these features be included in all new FF games pronto.

Also: isn't it a sign that something's amiss with Square Enix's translation team if a bunch of amateur programmers, in their spare time, can, for the sheer joy of the task, produce better translations than a group of paid professionals?

The translated version of FFIV has wittier, snappier dialogue than any official FF game.

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It's true, it's true.

I've been playing through FFIV (the translated version, not the official 'easytype one') and V on a chipped x-box, and the addition of a quicksave and the little white button for speeding things up has made a world of difference.

I can level my characters up in minutes. Tedious dungeons can be sped through. I can save before a tough boss and try a new tactic. I demand that these features be included in all new FF games pronto.

Also: isn't it a sign that something's amiss with Square Enix's translation team if a bunch of amateur programmers, in their spare time, can, for the sheer joy of the task, produce better translations than a group of paid professionals?

The translated version of FFIV has wittier, snappier dialogue than any official FF game.

All too true.

I trust you have the translated version of Secret of Mana 2?

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It's true, it's true.

I've been playing through FFIV (the translated version, not the official 'easytype one') and V on a chipped x-box, and the addition of a quicksave and the little white button for speeding things up has made a world of difference. 

I can level my characters up in minutes.  Tedious dungeons can be sped through.  I can save before a tough boss and try a new tactic.  I demand that these features be included in all new FF games pronto.

Also: isn't it a sign that something's amiss with Square Enix's translation team if a bunch of amateur programmers, in their spare time, can, for the sheer joy of the task,  produce better translations than a group of paid professionals?

The translated version of FFIV has wittier, snappier dialogue than any official FF game.

All too true.

I trust you have the translated version of Secret of Mana 2?

I have indeed. Criminally, though, via a series of hilarious concidences, I somehow manage to lose my save file every time I get a few hours in. Another fine translation, but I had some trouble with the battle system.

Guru: I can't send you the files unfortunately, as the're stuck on my xbox. However, if you can obtain the original japanese ROMs the translation patches can be obtained via a quick google search. I'd imagine that the original or translated ROMs could be found quite easily off any fileharing network..

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