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Breath of Fire

An RPG for Super NES by Capcom in the Breath of Fire series

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Title
Breath of Fire
Platform
[[Category:Super NES]]
Release date
10 Oct 1994
Breath of Fire box art for Super NES
Title
Breath of Fire
Platform
[[Category:Game Boy Advance]]
Release date
13 Dec 2001
Breath of Fire box art for Game Boy Advance

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Woolseyisms

Depending on who you ask, Ted Woolsey was either an iron-fisted dictator who was convinced that American gamers were morons or a hard-pressed grunt who was the primary reason the scripts for these games weren't completely remolded, but either way his impact was keenly felt, as he frequently modified the scripts he was handed in order to render them more accessible for American release. Fans coined the term "Woolseyisms" to refer to places where Woolsey had obviously been tinkering with the original Japanese...

Created 6 years, 10 months ago by Ziyad | Edited 6 years, 10 months ago | 1720 views
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