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Famicom GO game, Igo: Kyuu Roban Taikyoku now in English!

22 October 2016 9:31PM EST - Update by mrrichard999

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

For fans of the traditional ancient Chinese game Go, here is an English translation for the Famicom game, Igo: Kyuu Roban Taikyoku. This game uses the simple 9 x 9 board grid so it is a nice introduction to the game for those starting out playing this board game. The objective of Go — as the translation of its name implies, is to fully surround a larger total area of the board than the opponent. Hope everyone enjoys this one!

Lunatic Dawn: Passage of the Book Translation

21 October 2016 7:34AM EST - Update by MeshGearFox

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

This is an English translation of Artdink’s Lunatic Dawn: Passage of the Book, which serves as a sequel/remake to Lunatic Dawn: Book of Futures, the translation of which was released here some months back.

Originally released for Windows PCs in 1997, Lunatic Dawn: Passage of the Book is open world dungeon crawler, somewhat along the lines of MicroProse’s classic RPG Darklands, but with some unique (and uniquely Artdink) twists of its own. For instance, the primary translator for this project, Helly, noted situations in which your party members could get annoyed with you, leave your party, start doing quests on their own, get married and have children, and take out some of the bosses instead of you.

Updated to run on modern PCs around 2007, it was finally made available to Western audiences via Steam in early 2015, albeit in an untranslated state. This project started shortly thereafter to rectify the lack of a translation for the Steam version.

While this translation is still being regarded as a beta – there are a lot of random elements, obscure events, and, as noted above, things that can go off the rails, all of which complicate testing – it should be fully playable.

New Hacks Added to the Database

20 October 2016 10:02PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Sukeban Deka III now in English!

20 October 2016 10:00PM EST - Update by mrrichard999

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

Here is an announcement for the English translation of Sukeban Deka III! Now all English understanding audiences can enjoy this Famicom title.

New Utilities Added to the Database

15 October 2016 10:15PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Translations Added to the Database

15 October 2016 10:15PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Hacks Added to the Database

15 October 2016 10:15PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Another BS Zelda Game Gets an English Dub Restoration

14 October 2016 6:36PM EST - Update by SmashManiac

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A few months after the English dub of the original BS Zelda no Densetsu, another obscure The Legend of Zelda game has been restored with a full English dub!

BS Zelda no Densetsu: Inishie no Sekiban, informally known as BS The Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets, was an episodic SNES game exclusively released in Japan through the Satellaview peripheral. The game was a score attack version of A Link to the Past featuring CD-quality music and voices, but needed to be played during a satellite broadcast to achieve that, causing the game to be unplayable otherwise. While the core game code was salvaged from re-writable 8M Memory Paks, the introduction cutscene, indoors data and audio track was lost, with the exception of surviving VCR footage playthroughs from original players. However, during the past 10 years, the BS Zelda HomePage community was able to restore the game to its original glory bit by bit, and the English dub was the final step of this restoration.

The 4-hour English dub is available in both the original music arrangement and a custom orchestral arrangement, features a full voice cast including professional voice actress Kira Buckland (Danganronpa, Disgaia, Skullgirls) as Zelda, and is even playable on real hardware with a sd2snes.

While the audio files are too big to be hosted on RHDN, they are available on the BS Zelda HomePage.

The Adventures of Musashi Jr. NES Translation Released

11 October 2016 6:36PM EST - Update by Pennywise

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

Hey folks, today we present you another completed translation of Musashi no Bouken or The Adventures of Musashi Jr.

Way back in 2000, this game was translated by Gaijin Translations and it was bluntly stated in the readme that the script had to be butchered in order to fit the script back in. So aishsha and Pennywise took it upon themselves to hack and translate the game scratch with a little help from Ryusui, harmony7, FlashPV, Xanathis, cccmar and whoever helped us on this one. This translation didn’t take us very long to finish, especially compared to some of our other projects and it was relatively easy to work on.

Anyhow, the game is your typical DQ clone that is loosely based on the life and times of Musashi Miyamoto. It’s a fairly short game with some humor sprinkled in and comes recommended to those who enjoy these older games.

Enjoy!

Russian Roulette for the NES! (again)

10 October 2016 2:48AM EST - Update by Jedi QuestMaster

Homebrew News - RHDN Project Page

From the land that has produced the greatest chess minds comes a very different mind game. It now stands before you, not as a test of crude brawn, but as an intense battle of wits.

RUSSIAN ROULETTE is a dynamic challenge that seems easy enough: Insert a round into the chamber, rotate the cylinder, pull the trigger and your score rises. Nothing to it, right? Wrong! When you blow your face off you’ll wish you had ten lives — and one brain. Warning: RUSSIAN ROULETTE is dangerous in real life! Find a better addiction (maybe apple pie?). Mmmmmm… apple pie.

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