Purported Copy of Cancelled Final Fantasy Game Hits eBay - IGN
By now, everyone knows the story of Final Fantasy. Its name stems from the fledgling studio at SquareSoft betting everything on the game, and for Hironobu Sakaguchi in particular, it was to be his final attempt at a hit (he helped design eight games before working on Final Fantasy). Launched during the holiday season of 1987 for the Famicom and nearly three years later on the NES in the west, Final Fantasy’s legacy has since spoken for itself. It’s one of the most successful and well-respected franchises in RPG history.
But as much as everyone knows the tale of Final Fantasy and its surprising success, fewer people know about the hullabaloo surrounding its direct sequel, Final Fantasy II. Final Fantasy II was released a year after the original on the Famicom in Japan, but it never came to the United States. In fact, until its release on the PlayStation in 2003, Final Fantasy II was never officially playable in a language other than Japanese. But that doesn’t mean Square didn’t intend on releasing Final Fantasy II in the west, because it very much did.
This will be interesting if it's true~