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Final Fantasy C2

Hack of Final Fantasy IV

Description:

Final Fantasy C2 is a Super Famicom/Super NES ROM hack hack that remixes elements of Final Fantasy IV to loosely retell the story of Final Fantasy II.

FFC2 uses Final Fantasy IV as the base, meaning it still uses FFIV’s leveling system, music, room layouts, town layouts, etc. It also adds new side quests, summons, spells, items, characters, etc. that aren’t found in the original FFIV.

There are two versions of this FFC2:

  • Version A: uses the original patch’s FFIV enemy graphics
  • Version B: replaces FFIV enemies with FFII enemies and gives them enhanced graphics - This is probably the one you will want to play!

In addition, all of the text files, custom ASM code, C# source code, and more for fellow FFIV hackers have been made publicly available. Most of the text system enhancements can be used for other hacks or translations, for example. These files can be found here: http://tomato.fobby.net/ffc2/

For more information and details, see the readme file.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Database match: Final Fantasy IV (Japan) (Rev 1)
  • Database: No-Intro: Super Nintendo Entertainment System (v. 20180813-062835)
  • File SHA-1: E3A6BBCCCDE3C532CC4FBC3375E3B4E73B7FBEAC
  • File CRC32: 6099A3B6
  • ROM SHA-1: EAC14578B3465FFCE874119005F9B244E8565A79
  • ROM CRC32: CAA15E97

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Naka no HitoOriginal HackingOriginal Japanese ROM hack
TomatoTranslation
TsushiyOriginal HackingEnhanced enemy graphics

User Review Information

An awesome idea!

Reviewed By: jmd6488 on 14 Aug 2020

I’ve been a lifelong fan of Final Fantasy II (J), despite the terrible character progression and battle design. So for me, this totally breathes new life into an old favorite. Now every party member has an actual build, skills, strengths and weaknesses. The only con I can think of is the use of FF4’s music. Wouldn’t it have been amazing if this has the actual game’s soundtrack ripped from the GBA version?

As for it using FF4s maps and so on, I play Final Fantasy IV’s 3D PC version these days, so this really works for me and feels like its own game. As I said before, the only think keeping it from 10/10 greatness is the music. The field/battle sprites and monsters though, top notch.

Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Really well done! I would change a few things though.Cookieskoon29 Sep 20201.0Yes
An awesome idea!jmd648814 Aug 20201.0Yes
Don't think of it as a FF2 remake, think of it as a FF4 remixBallz11 Aug 20201.0Yes