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Tales of Phantasia PSX: Making the Energizer Bunny proud.

10 November 2007 10:30AM EST - Update by Cless

Translations News

The project that’s still going (for almost eight years now), Phantasian Production’s Tales of Phantasia PSX continues to roll along smoothly. Is the end finally in sight?

It sure seems to be! The script translation is now somewhere around 80%. The ASM hacking is almost done– there’s only one major thing left to add to the game: Subtitles for the game’s voice-only prologue battle. Other than that, just a small amount of refining and optimization.

That said, the ground work for skit subbing has been laid and we can get subtitles to appear on the screen when we want them. We’re now refining that hack to make them appear more like standard video subtitles.

A lot of cosmetic hacking has happened and I’m pretty much ready to call the layouts of the most recent set of screenshots to reflect what the final patch will look like. I am very satisfied with how it’s turned out.

I’ve put in some small additional content to the game. I added two insane extra difficulty levels (was a pretty easy hack) if for some reason the original hardest wasn’t enough for you. I’ve also added all encounters with the game’s nemesis to the game’s bestiary menu, who was mysteriously absent in the original game.

I’m trying to aim for a release within a few months. But the script revision process is going to be a very, very thorough and exhaustive one to ensure quality and accuracy.

Anyway, the unabridged version of this update can be found at my website, with perhaps too many screenshots (56k warning?).

RHDN Tales of Phantasia Page

Metal Max Returns: Roll out!

06 November 2007 12:28PM EST - Update by Gideon Zhi

Translations News

After an extremely lengthy betatest period, Aeon Genesis has released a completed translation of Metal Max Returns, a post-apocalyptic RPG with a strong emphasis on heavy artillery.

Metal Max is an open, nonlinear RPG with a heavy focus on sidequests and tank tweaking. The main game has you chasing bounty heads and finding new vehicles for your entourage, but there’s so much other stuff to do! You can pimp your tanks with decals and accessories, you can buy furniture and wall hangings for your home, play with little critters that eat your money and grow to enormous proportions, or enjoy a host of minigames. Go hunting for this week’s target and become a rich and famous bounty hunter!

RHDN Metal Max Returns Page

GoldenEye 007: Silo Mission Released

05 November 2007 3:36AM EST - Update by Dragonsbrethren

ROM Hacks News

After a few weeks of work (And a few months of slacking off) my Silo mission has finally been released. The mission uses the same map as the original but plays entirely different, you must rescue hostages, prevent missiles from being launched, and unmask and eliminate the new leader of Janus. Check the readme or in-game briefing for a more detailed description of the storyline behind the mission.

Get it here or follow the relevant link to its page on Goldeneye Vault. A movie of SubDrag playing an earlier test version is available here. A few things have been changed since that movie was made but it should still give a good idea of how the mission plays.

Tales of Phantasia at 50%

04 November 2007 8:05PM EST - Update by Gemini

Translations News

Tales of Phantasia for the Playstation is almost here, guys, in English. After 2 months of work, we are proud to announce to you that the translation completion has passed the halfway mark. In other words, we have all of the Present, about half of the Past, and more than half of the Future completely translated. The hacking itself is complete and only a few bug fixes and some layout reworks remain for the in-game menus. As we’ve repeatedly stated, this patch will be fully compatible with real hardware on its first release, like my SOTN Italian translation was.

For a more complete vision of the overall progress, please visit our official thread here on or Absolute Zero. More news coming in the next few days. Stay tuned. ;)

RHDN Tales of Phantasia Page

New Submitted Translations Added to the Database

01 November 2007 9:20AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

Translations News

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The following Translations have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

New Submitted Hacks Added to the Database

26 October 2007 10:51PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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The following Hacks have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

Editroid Release

19 October 2007 6:16PM EST - Update by snarfblam

Utilities News

As planned, the Metroid editor “Editroid” is being released a month later than planned. (Meaning today.) Better late than never. Features include:

  • Adding/removing/editing objects, enemies, and doors in screens
  • Palette editor
  • Item editor (can properly edit power-ups/elevators/palette swaps/mella/rinka/enemies found in item data)
  • Password data editor, so that you can move red doors, energy tanks, and missiles and have them work properly
  • Editor to modify the objects rooms are constructed from
  • Editor to modify the combos that said objects are constructed from
  • Yada, Yada, Yada

RHDN Editroid Page

New Submitted Translations Added to the Database

14 October 2007 6:56PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

Translations News

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The following Translations have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

TDP Released by DvD

08 October 2007 2:26PM EST - Update by Pennywise

Utilities News

A Multi-Processor Intelligent Customizable Dissasembler + Script Inserter + Script Dumper + Relative Searcher & More!


  • Full support for NES/Atari 2600 main registers and mapper specific registers
  • Completely customizeable to work for any 6502/7 based machine and any other 8-bit processors with 16-bit addressing
  • Sophisticated in-code table & text handling
  • Tables of Text
  • Tables of Characters
  • Tables of Patterns
  • Tables of Code Addresses
  • Tables of Table Addresses
  • Tables of Tables of Tables of…, oh my!
  • Tons of formatting options
  • Intelligent Auto Table List generator
  • General script inserter designed to be user customizable to work with just about any mono-spaced or VFW font script, with or without a pointer table replacement
  • Script dumper designed especially to work with the inserter
  • Uses standard THINGY .tbl files for text
  • Relative searcher supports English, hiragana, katakana, with UTF-8 or Shift-JIS output
  • Extensive help files accesible directly from the program 2 custom pseudo-code dissasemblers for PORTOPIA
  • Over 3 years in the making!


Chrono Trigger Retranslation Patch Released

29 September 2007 2:47AM EST - Update by Zeality

Translations News

After a long month of grueling work, a patch for KWhazit’s Chrono Compendium Chrono Trigger Retranslation is out. In addition to inserting the entire script, the hack uses a fix to mimic Ayla’s nickname for Crono, adds in Sky / Dark elemental icons to replace Lightning / Shadow, and restores the Japanese ending art for the Marle searching for Crono with the Epoch ending. The only external changes are a pre-title screen and changes in the ASCII credits; there are no easter eggs. The linked page also connects to a “making-of / how-to” feature and a pack of three patches allowing users to implement the changes described above on personal projects. So, surprise! And have fun.

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