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Dragon Force II Full English Translation Released

05 April 2015 5:55PM EST - Update by Verve Fanworks

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

Over eight years in the making, the Dragon Force II English translation is complete! The project has been a truly massive undertaking, combining the efforts of twenty dedicated storyline translators, an additional thirteen translators of gameplay text, a programmer, and a small army of script editors, tinkerers and testers.

Set 500 years after the first game, Dragon Force II follows a slate of monarchs who must band together to defeat a new threat looming over Legendra. Along the way, they learn the value of friendship and unravel the mystery of what happened to the original Dragon Force after Madruk’s defeat. The eight-scenarios approach and Strategy RPG formula will immediately appeal to fans of the first game.

Dragon Force II differs from the original in three significant respects. Most importantly, players can now assign two troop types to their generals for added gameplay depth. An item forging system puts greater focus on the spoils of war, and Sega of Japan assembled a crack team of voice actors to bring the story alive; with the English translation in place, the game has a subbed anime feel.

At this time, Dragon Force II’s FMVs remain un-subbed and the end-game credits un-translated, as FMV editing represents a new challenge beyond the scope of the project’s original goals. Hopefully these can be addressed in subsequent updates.

We hope Dragon Force fans will brave the challenges of Saturn emulation and the confusion that’s sure to arise from the game’s numerous prints to give the sequel a well-deserved spin! Here’s an hour’s worth of preview footage to whet your appetite, and head on over to the website linked below to get started!

New Hacks Added to the Database

01 April 2015 1:36AM 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):

Super Mario World The Lost Adventure Episode 3 - Release

27 March 2015 12:52PM EST - Update by isaix

ROM Hacks News - RHDN Project Page

This is it. After almost 2 years of development, the 3rd episode of the Super Mario World the Lost Adventure series is finally here. This is a complete Super Mario World rom hack for the Super Nintendo that features 95 new levels, over 150 custom music pieces, custom graphics, new boss fights, new power ups, custom palettes, a redesigned overworld map and you even get to play as Princess Peach in certain levels.

New Translations Added to the Database

19 March 2015 8:13PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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

Objection! English Translation for Gyakuten Kenji 2 Out Of Beta

11 March 2015 1:20AM EST - Update by SmashManiac

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

With the help of more than 50 major contributors and after almost 4 years of development including months of public beta testing, Auryn has released the final version of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth: Prosecutor’s Path, a full English translation of Gyakuten Kenji 2 for Nintendo DS.

Gyakuten Kenji 2 is a direct sequel to Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, which is itself a spin-off of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. It is the only game in Capcom’s popular Ace Attorney series of visual novels to never have gotten an official English localization.

This game features prosecutor Miles Edgeworth investigating a quick succession of murders, starting with the death of a bodyguard of the President of Zheng Fa during an assassination attempt. With the help of Detective Gumshoe and the self-proclaimed “Grand Thief” Kay Faraday, Edgeworth has to collect evidence and find contradictions in witnesses’ testimonies in order to reveal the whole truth about the murders while fighting the juridical system attempting to impede his progress. New to the series is the Logic Chess system where Edgeworth uses his wits to extract information from uncooperative witnesses.

Note that the RNDH Project Page can only host the XDELTA version of the patch due to file size limitations. For the BEAT version of the patch, check the relevant link below.

Final Fantasy IV - Break Damage Limit

04 March 2015 11:35PM EST - Update by chillyfeez

ROM Hacks News - RHDN Project Page

Black Mages of the World, Rejoice!

Your ultimate spell, Meteo, is no longer doomed to obsolescence at the hands of Rydia’s Bahamut summon.

Thanks to the ROM Hacking efforts of chillyfeez, avalanche and JCE3000GT, the 9999 damage limit in Final Fantasy IV has been broken!

The true maximum damage per target that the game can handle is 16383, and this mod allows you to get there!

Well, what are you waiting for? Download the mod now and get ready to knock Zeromus’s HP down to zero!

Chrono Trigger Envy Hack Twitch Playthrough

04 March 2015 7:42AM EST - Update by topcat

Other News - RHDN Project Page

The author will be doing a playthrough of this hack that he made a couple of years ago. There were mixed reviews with a lot of negative feedback based on difficulty early on. These mostly came from people that were offended by the dialogue so they did not bother to get the Rusty Blade from Melchoir. Oh well. Though it is admitted it does take too much grinding to get the money for it, The author was not able to further edit the project after the final release, and did not want to do it all over again. It’s not a perfect hack, but it is a full one and, in my opinion, one of the better and more in depth available.

The author noticed that, as of this article, there are 1,277 downloads. WOW! The author never thought that so many people would play this game! The author would love to know how many enjoyed it! Any feedback after these 2 years would be awesome.

Anyway, The author will be playing this on Twitch, so any and all aspects can be seen. I’d love for folks to join me. This will show that the increase in difficulty is in fact slight, it just doesn’t allow for speed runs or minimal playthrough. One must actually PLAY Chrono Trigger, as if it were the first time. No playing on auto pilot like so many of us cult fanatics have come to do after almost 2 decades of replay.

A link to the channel is provided in relevant link (under the article) and the project page (somewhere) for those with any interest.

New Hacks Added to the Database

04 March 2015 7:35AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Gun-Dec, Japanese Version of Vice: Project Doom, Translation Released!

28 February 2015 9:52PM EST - Update by Pennywise

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

Today we have finished our translation of Gun-Dec, the Japanese version of Vice: Project Doom. This game has always been on our radar out of simple curiosity to see whether or not the translation was ever any good. As it turns out, it wasn’t. In addition to the usual censorship, there are parts of the translation that are completely made up and don’t follow the original text at all. Sure there are parts where the translation is relatively faithful, but taken as a whole, the official is not very good. Surprise, surprise.

This release is about a month’s worth of work starting about a month ago and was designed to get us back on the groove for future projects. From a technical perspective, all that needed to be done was expand the ROM and relocate part of the text into the expanded area to provide us with almost unlimited space (for the purposes of this translation) for our translation. Then we began text revision phase and now release!

By the way, we are almost ready to start testing The Legend of the Double Moon for the NES. It’s an excellent DQ clone and probably rivals that of DQ itself. If you’ve offered to help before or would like to help testing, please let us know!

P.S. If anyone can explain the title Gun-Dec, we’d love to know what it could possibly mean. The current thinking is that Dec is some sort of weird Japanese abbreviation for detective.

P.P.S. The title Vice: Project Doom wasn’t completely made up. When you boot up the game and get the title in an 8×16 font, VICE is stored with GUN-DEC in the same CHR section.

Final Fantasy IV Namingway Edition Released

25 February 2015 10:42PM EST - Update by Rodimus Primal

ROM Hacks News - RHDN Project Page

Based on vivify93’s Project II comes Final Fantasy IV Namingway Edition. Now as a separate project, this hack aims to rename all the spells, items, monsters, etc as close to modern naming as possible. This was done with either abbreviations or other means. Also added to this, was a functional B Button Dash. Spell rates are reverted back to the original, and monsters (including the final boss) are restored to their original Final Fantasy IV difficulty.

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