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Final Fantasy gets fan translation ... into Latin


10:20 AM on 04.06.2010
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Fan translations are nothing new. Usually, its the result of Japanese games not getting released in English despite fan demand. Which of course begs the question -- who the Hell is demanding their games in Latin!?

Whether people want it or not, one is coming. One plucky fan is working on creating a Latin version of Final Fantasy. The game has been ported by Square Enix countless times, so one more version shouldn't hurt. Of course, not being an official translation, you'll need to run it as a ROM, but it's still kind of cool to know it exists. Absolutely useless, but cool nonetheless. 

Now can I get a copy of Alundra in Esperanto?

Ecce! Final Fantasy In Latin [GameSetWatch]






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