Final Fantasy IV Remix Menu Translations
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V. 0.9
By Nathan Mallory

Game Copyright: SQUARE 1991/1997

This FAQ is a translation of all the menus and inside screens of the Final 
Fantasy VI Remix for the Sony PlayStation.

Feel free to distribute it.

While most any English speaking people playing this game have already played 
its SNES counterpart, some may have problems navigating menus, as well as some
of the re-done Save areas.

Contents:
I.  LOADING SCREEN
II.  ITEM
III.  MAGIC
IV.  EQUIP
V.  STATUS
VI.  MOVE
VII.  SWITCH
VIII. CONFIG
IX.  SAVE

In addition, some of the characters in the game have special moves that were 
removed in the US game for the SNES.  These were the following:  They are 
found in the same place as other characters' special moves, like Kain's Jump 
and Edward's Sing.

     Cecil/Dark Knight - Dark Wave = Hits all enemies at the cost of some of 
    Cecil's HP Rosa/

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I.  LOADING SCREEN
This screen appears after the FMV intro and Title Screen
                         --------
                         | Load |
                         --------
                  ---------------------
                  |   New Game        |
                  |   Memo File       |
                  |   Memory Card 1   |
                  |   Memory Card 2   |
                  |   Save Explanation|
                  ---------------------


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The rest of the sections are the different sections you find in the Menu 
Screen, by pressing Triangle during the game.  They are in order on the right 
of the screen from Top to Bottom.
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II.  ITEM

Where all of your items in the game are stored.


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III.  MAGIC

Here you can view magic spells, white and black, and calls.


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IV.  EQUIP

Here you can put on your various equipment onto the following parts of your 
body (listed from Top to Bottom):
     -Right Hand
     -Left Hand
     -Head
     -Body
     -Hands

Also at the bottom left it says if the person is Right-Handed or Left-Handed.
If there are 4 characters, the person is Right-Handed.  If there are 5 
characters, they are Left-Handed.


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V.  STATUS
Here you can check on the vitality of your character, their class, level, 
experience, and various abilities.

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| Name                                                              |
|   Class    Level                                                  |
|   Left OR Right Handed                      Experience Collected  |
|                                                                   |
|   HP                                                              |
|   MP                                        Experience to Level Up|
|                                                                   |
|   Abilities                        Attack Power                   |
|   Power                          Hit %                            |
|   Speed                          Defense Power                    |
|   *****                          Defense %                        |
|   *****                          Magic Defense Power              |
|   *****                          Magic Defense %                  |
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VI.  MOVE

Here you can move your characters to a different on of the 5 positions for
battle.


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VII.  SWITCH

This, new to the Remix, automatically switches the front and back parties.  
Normally, with 3 in front and 2 in back, suddenly there will be 2 in front and
3 in back.


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VIII.  CONFIG

Here you can customize everything in your game, from battle modes to window 
colors.

                  ------------
                  |  Config  |
------------------|          |------------------
|                 ------------                 |
|  Battle Mode         Wait      -    Active   |
|  Battle Speed        1   2   3   4   5   6   |
|                      Slow             Fast   |
|  Battle Message      1   2   3   4   5   6   |
|                                              |
|  Sound               Stereo    -    Monoaural|
|                                              |
|  Controller          Normal    -    Custom   |
|                      Single    -    Multi    |
|                                              |
|  Cursor              Return    -    Memory   |
|                                              |
|  Window Color        R|--------|--------|    |
|                      G|--------|--------|    |
|                      B|--------|--------|    |
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IX.  SAVE

This area, being on CD and Memory Card, instead of cartridge, has been TOTALLY
redone, so pay close attention!

                         --------
                         | Save |
                         --------
                  ---------------------
                  |   Memo File       |
                  |   Memory Card 1   |
                  |   Memory Card 2   |
                  |   Save Explanation|
                  ---------------------

The following are what is said at the bottom of the screen when each selection
is highlighted.

-Memo File - You can save a memo file to the PlayStation itself for a while.  
 When you turn off the PlayStation's power, please do not forget to save it to
 a Memory Card.

-Memory Card 1 - 1 save to a regular Memory Card

-Memory Card 2 - 1 save to a regular Memory Card

-Save Explanation - Hear an explanation of the Save System


The following is a translation of what happens when you choose the 'Save 
Explanation' (4th Choice). (NOTE: The *blahblah* notes are things that happen, 
not actually said. ;)
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*Enter Chocobo*

Do you want to hear an explanation of the Save System?
   -Yes
   -No

*If No:*
You don't want to listen...... .
......   ...... .

*If Yes:*
There are 2 Save Systems in this game.

*Chocobo morphs into Memory Card*

The first is saving to a regular Memory Card...

*Morphs into PlayStation*

The other one is for saving adventures onto the PlayStation itself, called 
Memo.

*Morphs back to Chocobo*

First, you need to choose the Save Mode screen.

*Display of choosing the first option, Memo File, shown*

If you wish to continue your adventure, save it by 'Memo' quickly.

It is essential not to miss saving your game.

But!!

If you press the Reset Button or turn off the PlayStation's power, data in the
'Memo' will be...

*falls down, smack(!)*

Gone, and...... .

*begins bobbling back and forth with bubbles*

If you don't save, your game will be like a bubble in water...... . *i.e., 
GONE!*

Then there is the Soft Reset.

You will go back to the Title screen if you press Start button, Select button,
L1, L2, R1, and
R2, at the same time.

That's the Soft Reset!!

If you use the Soft Reset, your data in 'Memo' will not be erased.  It is the 
same as if you lose a battle...

*Chocobo splits into 2*

If you save the game to a Memory Card after you Memo, the new data will be 
replaced with the Memo Data automatically.

*Morphs into a PlayStation & Memory Card*

There will be no worries if you do a Memory Card Save.  When you finish playing
your game, don't forget to save it to a Memory Card!!

*Morphs back to Chocobo*

Did you understand?  You understood?

This is the end of the explanation for the Save System.
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That's all for this translation!  If you have any questions, comments, or 
things I could have done better, for next time, feel free to email me.

-Nathan Mallory
redtech@ix.netcom.com