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Added: 2015-08-11 by Gargam
Country: Germany
Bought where and when: N/A

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Wii details:
Model number / region: RVL-001(EUR) / PAL
Serial: LEM106XXXXXX
Copyright year: 2006
DVD board serial: N/A
DVD controller: GC2-D2A
  • Cut pins on controller: No
  • Missing solderpad near controller: No
  • New metal clip on DVD drive: -
  • Drive chip covered in black glue: -
  • Missing text on top of large D3 chip: -
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GC2R-D2A:
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#1 - posted by (188.143.23*.*)2015-12-17 00:34:18
Hey sadvacation, thnaks for the comment! Glad to hear you liked the article.I haven't played FFIV yet (it's on my list of games to buy, then I'll have to grab the English patch), but from what I've heard, the Wii edition of FF2 incorporates the same over-the-shoulder scheme and the ghost hands introduced in FFIV. I haven't actually played the original PS2 version of FF2 either (I know I should), but I had a chat to Chris, the guy who runs the site my article was published on, and he pointed out the differences in the camera scheme. From what I've observed, the original PS2 version is a lot more imaginative in terms of how it composes its scenes. It also lends itself really well to creating unease in the player: eg. the bit where you first meet the Kusabi in that room. In the original game, you can see the Kusabi hovering behind you and that makes the moment all the more terrifying, whereas in the Wii version, because it's over-the-shoulder, you don't really have an indication of where he is in relation to you. I suppose that could make it even scarier, but it's not as imaginative.

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