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4.3.16 - Final Fantasy II: How can I tell if I have the "original version" or the "easytype version" of Final Fantasy IV?

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This article is from the Final-Fantasy and other Square Soft Games FAQ, by nickzman@eskimo.com (Nick Zitzmann) with numerous contributions by others.

4.3.16 - Final Fantasy II: How can I tell if I have the "original version" or the "easytype version" of Final Fantasy IV?

As mentioned in articles 2.3.1 and 2.3.2, Square released two different
versions of this game. There was the original game, and then there was
the easy version of the game. The differences between the two are
mentioned in article 2.3.2, but to clear up any confusion:

If you have the version of Final Fantasy IV that was released on the
PSX, whether in Japan or North America, then you have the _original_
version of the game.

If you have the USA Super NES release "Final Fantasy II," then you have
the _easytype_ version of the game.

If you have the Japan Super Famicom release of Final Fantasy IV, and it
says (in katakana) "i-ji taipu" on the title screen, under the word
"Final Fantasy IV," then you have the _easytype_ version of the game.

If you have the Japan Super Famicom release of Final Fantasy IV, and it
does not say the above on the title screen, then you have the _original_
version of the game.

Hopefully this sorts things out.


 

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