The radically different battle system, along with the advent of the Super NES are probably major factors that kept this game from being released in America. However, a script was indeed translated into English in early 1991, and a working prototype of the game was. Ted Woolsey recalls Sakaguchi talking to him at length about improving the quality of games. "I didn't have a team to do this work, but had to keep all the disparate files and content in my head, remembering snippets of conversation from one file to. This is an old translation released in the early 2000s. It's filled with jokes and translation errors, with even some completely made-up lines thrown in. NES Final Fantasy III (English, Chaos Rush) - 399 KB. Game Description: Its a Final Fantasy game! Final Fantasy 2 has all the things youve come to expect from the series: music, plot, pretty well-done character designs. Whats not to like? Well, Ill tell you. This release was a complete remake of the game, featuring updated graphics and an entirely different translation than the one used in the NES prototype. While Final Fantasy II is no longer a truly "unreleased" game for English-speaking audiences, this original translation serves as an. Additionally, the script was cut down in length "to fit the text area for compilation." The result is a guilty pleasure. The game was neither ready nor intended for release at this stage of completion.