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Final Fantasy IV - The Un-J2e Version

03 April 2016 9:23PM EST - Update by Spooniest

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

There’ve been quite a few passes at this, but after some careful reflection upon the matter, it was decided to go farther.

So here it is: J2Evisceration, so named because it removes a lot that doesn’t need to be there. The swearing is 99% gone (sometimes it is implied but not outright said), the translation errors (”Cafe” is now “Pub”, “Gravitation” is now “Magnetism”), and the just purely made up stuff that J2e added in are all gone, and replaced with whatever works, or sometimes, what is after all the Steam version.

This is intended to replace Cosmetic Changes 2, and yes, if you’re wondering, Tellah yells “You spoony bard.”

Interesting side note re: Edward/Gilbert. His name appears to default to Gilbert when using Snes9x, but on a more accurate emulator (bsnes) it defaults to Edward.

It’s an interesting feature to have. Did you know a bug becomes a feature when you document it? :D

Please, enjoy yourselves.

~ Spooniest

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