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[Has commentary]NES Final Fantasy II (JPN PRG0) "game end glitch" in 04:38.87 by naruko.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2021-09-23)
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Submission #7170 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #2903 (07:32.37)
Rating: 5.6 (3 votes)
- Major skip glitch
- Uses a game restart sequence
- Executes arbitrary code
- Heavy glitch abuse
- Corrupts memory
- Genre: RPG
Final Fantasy II is the original Japanese sequel to Final Fantasy. It is not to be confused with Final Fantasy IV for the SNES, which was renamed "Final Fantasy II" in North America.

The game introduces chocobos and an activity-based progression system, in which the characters' statistics increase depending on how they are used or acquired.

This movie by naruko improves the previous movie by 2:53.78 minutes thanks to new routing. For more details, we recommend reading the author's comments.

There is also an alternate YouTube stream featuring Japanese commentary by the author.
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