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Most of the information isn't really new and Apart from maybe some sections.. And even that would takes a fair bit of time and dedication, I doubt anyone would want to go through them apart from interviews and such. There is just way too much. And as for Ultimania Omega its the same. Your better off studding Japanese or sending letters to get them to release them in English.

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User Info: Darthdevidem User Info: ximaus. In the case of the first 2, you can probably find it easily enough on google sites. I don't know about the 3rd. The cake was never a lie, it was just poisoned. User Info: Linetrix. User Info: instinctfire. Find translators. You read it first on GameFAQs. User Info: tonberrymasta. Most of the useful information has already been translated. The game mechanics faq on here by ximaus for instance was written with reference to the Ultimania.

When I was younger I read the Ultimanias, but the last one that I ever bought and read was for the first Kingdom Hearts and that seems so long ago now. It's kind of a wonder no one has jumped on board with the Ultimania translations. It wouldn't take much time to translate; the real pain would be the printing of copies, and it would probably be a bit more lucrative than normal strategy guides. Because the Ultiamania Omega's are usually so text heavy, I have rarely found anyone who translated the information from them.

Random bits may be brought up during arguments or if there is something of particular interest, but otherwise, probably not. This game was also not as well received across the board, so there is probably not as much interest in what the Ultimania has to say unlike FF7.

In either case, I'll have the Omega soon enough, was there anything of particular interest that you saw? So there's not actually a whole lot to translate within the Ultimania Omega. Pages 16 through are a playback of the story line for line with footnote commentary and underlining. The Vanished Gods Luminous lamented, for creation spiraled unto doom.

Stout fashioned earth, that future might take root. Fool desired naught, and soon was made one with it. Maker forged Man, from traces once Divine. In time the gods departed, leaving all by their hands wrought. Each "virtue" is actually a god. The Luminescent god. The Strong god. The Sage god. The Foolish god. The Foolish god desiring nothing, merely left. The term "Maker" was made up in the English version.

It simply said: A god forged falcie A god forged man It never says that this was done by the same god. A few other points: 1 There are no authors listed in the Japanese analects. More topics from this board Main Quest 1 Answer What are the best weapons for each character, and why? Side Quest 11 Answers Anybody know how to get trapezohedron quick??

Side Quest 4 Answers how do I beat odin? Ask A Question. Browse More Questions. Keep me logged in on this device. Forgot your username or password? User Info: Darthdevidem01 Darthdevidem01 9 years ago 1 I've seen the scans and there's some really intriguing things in it! Have any of you found a translation for the scans?

User Info: Linetrix Linetrix 9 years ago 3 Links, puh-lease. User Info: tonberrymasta tonberrymasta 9 years ago 7 Most of the useful information has already been translated. User Info: ximaus ximaus 9 years ago 8 It's kind of a wonder no one has jumped on board with the Ultimania translations. User Info: ximaus ximaus 9 years ago 9 So there's not actually a whole lot to translate within the Ultimania Omega. An Updated Ff13 future release gonna have chapter select?

It's and my game still freezes. Main Quest. What are the best weapons for each character, and why? Side Quest. Anybody know how to get trapezohedron quick?? How do I beat Barthandelus in the first battle against him?


Does anyone have a translation of the FF13 Ultimania?

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List of Square Enix companion books

Dozens of Square Enix companion books have been produced since , when video game developer Square began to produce books that focused on artwork, developer interviews, and background information on the fictional worlds and characters in its games rather than on gameplay details. They were published by DigiCube until the company was dissolved in Square merged with video game publisher Enix on April 1, to form Square Enix , [4] which resumed publication of the companion books. Both the Perfect Works and Ultimania books have focused primarily on Square and Square Enix's role-playing video game franchises, such as the Final Fantasy and Kingdom Hearts series; over 45 of the 75 books are for games related to the Final Fantasy series. Sometimes, multiple books have been written per game or revised editions have been published years afterwards. One of the books, Final Fantasy IX Ultimania Online , was solely published online as part of an experiment by Square Enix with online content delivery; another for Final Fantasy XI was planned, but the idea was abandoned as unsuccessful and all subsequent books have been published traditionally. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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