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Zui Zhong Huan Xiang X1-X3

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Game Description:

Final Fantasy IV has received official releases on pretty much every platform you’d want to play it on, but that didn’t stop Chinese bootleggers from developing a demake of the game for the NES. The game is split across three cartridges:

  • Final Fantasy X1: Dark Chapter
  • Final Fantasy X2: Light Chapter
  • Final Fantasy X3: Final Chapter
  • The game uses the same RPG engine used in other bootleg games developed by Jncota, so it’s believed that they developed it, or are at least connected with it. Henggedianzi is believed to be the publisher.

    Though many elements of the SNES game are missing entirely, such as the airship and Black Chocobo, the game is a very respectable port, and well balanced. Most of the SNES game’s story and bosses are in this game, so it has a lot of content.

    You can’t transfer your save files from one cartridge to the next, so each new cartridge starts your characters off at appropriate levels after summarizing the plot so far.

    The title screens feature characters from Final Fantasy VII and VIII.

    This is actually one of two Chinese Famicom bootlegs of Final Fantasy IV, the other being by Shenzhen Nanjing, a company more famous for their Famicom demake of Final Fantasy VII. Theirs, released on a single cartridge, is far shorter and generally regarded as lower quality.

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    1 Hack
    TitleCategoryDate
    Final Fantasy IV Famicom TrilogyImprovement09 May 2013