Final Fantasy 1 hate RPGs

Posted by radiantdreamer in 11-10-2008, 11:23 PM

I can’t find an image anywhere of it, but in Final Fantasy 1 there was a tombstone I think in the elf village that read “Here Lies Link”.

Cacildo´s note: “Here lies Link” was inserted in this tombstone only in the “Final Fantasy origins” release, for the PS1 and GBA. The phrase in the original release for the Nes is “Here Lies Erdrick”, and as this guy points out, Erdrick was the hero of the Dragon Warrior series. Here´s a cap

Posted by ruby_onix

Actually, in the original Japanese Famicom version, it was the grave of Link. Then in the English NES version it was the (misspelled) grave of Erdrick. Most likely having something to do with Nintendo of America being the one to translate and publish both Final Fantasy and Dragon Warrior on the NES.

It’s remained Link in Japan through all the other releases of the game, and all of those versions that were brought over were translated faithfully enough to keep that reference intact, even on non-Nintendo systems.

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Videogames in movies… usually fails.

Posted by Dali in 01-29-2008, 07:59 PM

In the first Charlie’s Angels movie when Drew Barrymore falls, naked, out of the villian’s house, the kids whose backyard she fell in, seem to be playing two player FFVIII.

Posted by topsyturvy in 01-29-2008, 08:12 PM

40 year old virgin, when they played mortal kombat with a n64 and a psx controller together. :/

Fails across playstation classics

Posted by MarkMan in 01-28-2008, 02:06 AM

Resident Evil Director’s Cut that came out in the US, wasn’t really a “Director’s Cut” as they advertised it would include the uncensored opening sequence… they left the opening FMV the same as the US one haha…

– The first run of Final Fantasy Tactics Greatest Hits (PS1) were the wrong region code. It only worked with Japanese systems hahah.

– The security strip on the top of Dynasty Warriors for PS2, earliest release said DANASTY WARRIORS.

Certain game controllers out on the market will blow a fuse in your PS2 that will disable vibration/rumble when playing games.