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* NoExportForYou: The PlayStation remake was originally going to be released in English, and there were advertisements for it in copies of DragonQuestVII as well. However, a partner company of Enix which handled the development went bankrupt, and it became impossible to translate because they could not reprogram the script's code to implement the English text.
* ManualMisprint: The instruction manual for the NES version has got quite a lot of misprints. For example, it is claimed that Maya and Meena's (Mara and Nara's) father was "Loro", a weaponsmith who "died of unknown causes" ("Loro" was actually alchemist Mahabala/Edgar who got murdered by Balzack); that the Powder Keg/Gunpowder Jar would have the Chancellor "lead [the player] to Keeleon" in a castle (the castle was already named Keeleon Castle/Palais de Leon, and the "boss" is not Keeleon, but rather Balzack); and that [[PunnyName Tom Foolery]]/Panon [[ViewerGenderConfusion is a "she"]] who is "a brilliant star" and "is good to have in dark places" (Tom/Panon is not a woman, but he's rather a comedian, and we don't know if he's "good to have in dark places" or not, but he is more of a JokeCharacter than a helpful person). * NoExportForYou: The PlayStation remake was originally going to be released in English, and there were advertisements for it in copies of VideoGame/DragonQuestVII as well. However, a partner company of Enix which handled the development went bankrupt, and it became impossible to translate because they could not reprogram the script's code to implement the English text.
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