Sq. Enix Gave Sweet, Fake SNES Carts To King&#039s Tale Staff

Sq. Enix gave a quite nifty thank-you reward to the builders of A King’s Tale: Last Fantasy XV—a reproduction Tremendous Nintendo cartridge with the game’s artwork and symbol. It even involves the box.

It’s a thematically acceptable reward, because A King’s Tale is a (free of charge) match for Xbox One particular and PlayStation 4 which is styled right after a Tremendous Nintendo match. It’s a aspect-scrolling defeat-em-up with pixel artwork and a chiptune-esque soundtrack that tells an early story of King Regis’ adventures.

No, the cartridge doesn’t actually do anything at all. A King’s Tale may be a retro-styled match, but it would not participate in on an SNES. This is purely for decoration, and for staring at though dreaming of a past that never ever occurred.

Though only a couple of of these were being created and only shared with the game’s enhancement team at San Diego-dependent Empty Clip Studios, the duplicate pictured was acquired by match publisher Constrained Operate Games’ CEO Josh Fairhurst, and shared on Reddit. “I was gifted this by the person who owns the studio,” he wrote.

Fairhurst, who confirmed the cart’s veracity to Kotaku on Saturday, included on Reddit that makes an attempt to obtain the cartridge from him would fall on deaf ears. “This is not for sale by me nor will it at any time be,” he wrote. Cannot imagine any of the game’s builders would give theirs up, both.

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