If you've already played the SNES version of Final Fantasy IV and think you'll find the DS remake a breeze, then here's one way to make things tougher (which doesn't involve remixed bosses): try playing it in a different language.
Siliconera's Spencer Yip discovered that the North American version of Final Fantasy IV will ship next week with the French, German, Italian, and Spanish dialog from the European edition included. Accessing any of these is easy -- just change the language setting on the main DS menu. Perfect for anyone in the States who doesn't use English as a first language, or any non-English-speaking Europeans who want a cheap import!
Join us after the break, where we'll teach you how to say a popular and useful phrase in many languages!
Gallery: Final Fantasy IV
English: "You spoony bard!"
Spanish: "Usted vate de spoony!"
French: "Vous spoony a barré!"
German: "Sie hat spoony ausgesperrt!"
Italian: "Lei il bardo di spoony!"
Note: These have just been stuffed through a free online translator, so may lack accuracy. What we're saying is: don't go using them on your next vacation or anything.