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About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
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RE: About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
Thanks for confirming that. Which version of the game did you try it on?

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RE: About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
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RE: About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
So we may have stumbled upon a battle where multiple versions of the game exhibit the issue? This might prove useful for troubleshooting. Does anyone have a PAL version of the game they can test out?

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RE: About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
It exists in all versions, we already know that. In basically the same places. I don't think it's version dependent on where it happens, it's something else. We discussed this in IRC.

It's not surprising, as the game uses the same engine in all versions.

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RE: About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
Oh yes, I knew it was in all versions. Sorry I should have worded my question differently to reflect that. However, I was under the impression that it happened during different battles depending on the version. This is the first I've heard of the issue happening on the same battle on different versions, which is why I thought it was worth looking into.

Man, I gotta jump in on IRC and be part of these conversations lol

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RE: About the backwards characters in FFX(gameindex.dbf)
I started a new game and found another battle where this issue happens that I had previously missed: The very next battle after Geosgaeno. The creature's name is Klikk. It doesn't happen in the first stage of the battle where Tidus is fighting by himself, it happens during the second stage of the battle right when Rikku joins in.

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