The translation is perfect. The ONLY place I found without a translation was the battle against the rival, just when you enter the path to victory road after getting the last badge.
Huh, I thought I translated that part, unless there's 2 versions. Is it in the area before you get to the guard that asks for the badges?
Because of that, I would love to know how to manipulate the adresses in the cheat/ROM viewer to get the pokemons I need (pretty much two more Eevees, to be honest). I presume it is far easier, since the game have no traces of EV or UV, no stat raising items. It might be defined on three numbers (level, exp and pokemon id), but I lack the knowledge to figure those out.
That's easy enough to do, you can go into the game's ROM and look for the address 0x074FB9 and you'll see this line:
00 08 10 02 10 03 10 04 10 05 9B 0A 13 02 13 03 13 04
This is what controls which pokemon you encounter just past Pallet Town.
The 00 08 tells the game there's 8 types of Pokemon you can find here.
The rest are the Pokemon number followed by their level. 10 02 is for Pidgey Lv.2
You can just change the first number for any pokemon you want. Also, if you want missing No. change the first number to 00. It won't show up in the Pokedex, but it'll count as a seen Pokemon. A finished Pokedex would read 159 caught, 160 seen.
As for the missing legendaries, there might be more post game content that hasn't been found yet. There was a bit of untranslated parts that I couldn't find in the game.
If the poster was referring to Phantasy Star IV, that bootleg is VERY old, like the ROM has been around since the early 2000s. It's supposedly also only a small portion of the game.
(not unless it was several parts, like I hear Pokemon RSE was. But that is not known to have been the case with PS4.)
I found it, it looks like there's 4 versions of it. 3 of them are supposed to be beta versions, but I found what's supposed to be the final version.
I forgot to post this when I found it, someone already made a Repro of Pokemon Yellow. I found this shortly after I released the patch. From what I saw, this is the second time the person listed the game. It actually sold for the $140.
And I finally got my hands on not only the untouched Chinese Final Fantasy VII, but also my hacked version!
It was pretty cheap, the Chinese one I found for $30 and the hacked one for $62 on eBay.