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Fire Emblem Self Randomising ROM

04 April 2018 9:53PM EST - Update by Darrman

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Video game randomisers are quite popular. With them, one can get a fresh experience playing their favourite games. Many games have randomisers, and the Game Boy Advance Fire Emblem games were no exception. However, circleseverywhere decided to dispense with the randomiser executable and just create a hack that randomises itself.

The Fire Emblem Self Randomising ROM is exactly what it says on the tin. Apply the patch, input your desired settings when starting a new game, and you have a randomised Sacred Stones ROM, no executable required. This makes the process of randomising the game much simpler for people using mobile devices; the game itself is the randomiser.

Many things can be randomised, ranging from character growth rates to what items are given in what places to what music plays on the maps. Some quality of life improvements such as speeding up animations and having health bars display on the map are also included.

A word of warning: this is a Sacred Stones hack, and is not compatible with Blazing Sword. Other than that, randomise in game to your heart’s content.

Dynamic-Designs Releases G.O.D. in English!

02 April 2018 7:38AM EST - Update by Draken

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After roughly 4 years of production at Dynamic-Designs, G.O.D. is ready for the world to play! It may have taken longer than planned and may have been fraught with slowdowns, but this great, classic RPG has finally attained the level of attention, detail, and polish it so deserves.

G.O.D. (Growth or Devolution) is a classic SNES RPG, and before today, was one of the last great SNES RPGs left untranslated. Avoiding as many spoilers as possible, this game follows the story of Gen as he travels the world, using his special abilities to put a stop to the alien menace plaguing the planet.

So what are you waiting for? Pick up the patch today and start enjoying a game that has remained in obscurity for over 20 years!

New Hacks Added to the Database

28 March 2018 10:04AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Translations Added to the Database

28 March 2018 10:04AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Documents Added to the Database

28 March 2018 10:03AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Hacks Added to the Database

22 March 2018 9:41PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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22 March 2018 9:41PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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The translation for Atelier Marie + Elie, the first Atelier games, is complete!

18 March 2018 9:37PM EST - Update by aquagon

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After several years in the making, the Atelier Traduction team has completed and released their English translation patch for Atelier Marie + Elie: The Alchemists of Salburg 1 & 2.

This game is the PlayStation 2 remaster for Atelier Marie: The Alchemist of Salburg, and Atelier Elie: The Alchemist of Salburg 2, which features remade graphics and improvements in the quality of the sound and game interface.

In addition to fully translating both of the games included in the remaster, the patch also fixes a multitude of bugs and incorrect event conditions, and it also brings back the original PSX attract videos for both games and the Extra Menu they each used to have.

This is a patch that shouldn’t be overlooked by fans of the Atelier series and Gust’s games.

New Translations Added to the Database

16 March 2018 10:46PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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The Legend of Fuma arises... again!

12 March 2018 9:56PM EST - Update by celcion

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Hello everyone! This is a little update to one of our favorite 8-bit Konami titles, Getsu Fuuma Den. We were inspired to come up with our own translation by RPGe, who came up with their patch a long, long time ago. They did it quite well for the time, but we figured we could do our own take, with an expanded script, more space for dialogues, and some additional small improvements. Our hope was to familiarize more people with this Konami title. We hope you enjoy it!

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