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Final Fantasy V Advance Music Player names fix

Hack of Final Fantasy V Advance


For who knows what reason, Square Enix used the names from the PlayStation version for Lenna (Reina) and Exdeath (X-Death) in Final Fantasy V Advance’s Music Player. These names are only used there and are inconsistent with the names used in the rest of the game. Also, it’s worth noting that Reina is a mistranslation (レナ in katakana means Lenna/Lena/Renna/Rena, while レイナ means Reina (notice the extra i/イ)).

This patch simply changes those names to the proper accurate names that are used elsewhere in the game. For use with the American version only, if you have the European one, you should use FlamePurge’s “Final Fantasy V Advance Font Facelift” instead, which also changes this.

Special Thanks for hosting this patch and several other awesome patches.

FuSoYa for the still great Lunar IPS patching utility.

Square Enix for having made this classic.

You, for trying out my patch :)

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Database match: Final Fantasy V Advance (USA)
  • Database: No-Intro: Game Boy Advance (v. 20210227-023848)
  • File/ROM SHA-1: 492789276EAA3E94152B143AD92F310B8A3D5366
  • File/ROM CRC32: 7A24AB0C




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User Reviews
Makes the music player look less weird.T2910 Jun 2022FinalYes