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Seiken Densetsu 1: Titlescreen Hack

Hack of Final Fantasy Adventure

Description:

Final Fantasy Adventure is a game that goes by many names. In Japan, it’s called Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden (translation: The Legend of the Sacred Sword: Final Fantasy Adventure). In the US, it was simply called “Final Fantasy Adventure”. In PAL Regions, it’s simply known as “Mystic Quest”, sharing its name with a completely different US Region SNES game. Its first remake on the GBA was called “Sword of Mana”, seemingly settling on a name, but then the SECOND remake on mobile phones was titled “Adventures of Mana”. So, it’s obvious what this game’s name should be: “Final Fantasy Adventures of Mana: The Mystic Quest of the Legend of the Sacred Sword (of Mana)” (credit Chaos Rush/ShadowOne333)

However, this didn’t fit on the tiny Game Boy title screen, so this hack presents a collection of more mundane titles that updates the title of the game while still honoring its roots. One of this 4 should fit the player’s style and nostalgia.

The 4 Screens Are: 1. Adventures of Mana 2. Sword of Mana 3. Sword of Mana - A Final Fantasy Adventure 4. Sword of Mana - The Mystic Quest

ROM / ISO Information:

  • No-Intro Name: Final Fantasy Adventure (USA)
  • (No-Intro version 20130802-061634)
  • ROM/File SHA-1: 8B93C55EE2660C60CF86DD70058F96ACE98782C8

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User Review Information

Simple but nice

Reviewed By: Thirteen 1355 on 22 Jun 2019

Does what it says, and does a good job at it.

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Now I can actually name my romjalarky07 Mar 20211.0Yes
Simple but niceThirteen 135522 Jun 20191.0Yes