« on: April 23, 2014, 08:34:54 am »
Why, thank you.
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I don't get this obsession with whether or not the GBA version has a more accurate translation. It's not like the game is a complicated text-heavy masterpiece. Why don't you ask Tomato to do a translation comparison? I doubt anyone cares enough and/or know the answer.
I saw somewhere that the GBA translation for MANY of the CD descriptions were an absolute trainwreck.
Pharaoh man: too nice to women
Dr Light's Bad Point: douchie
GOOD POINT: Deep thinking
BAD POINT: Inhospitable
LIKE: Something rare
DISLIKE: Coarse thing
Flash Man dislikes “Commercial for wig”
I tried working on this game's AGTP translation to do another translation, and I found an uncompressed font. Turns out that font was a red herring, and the game pulls out a compressed font from elsewhere. I postponed it since I'd have to do assembly work to find the font and repoint to the uncompressed variant, but to be honest it was so funny
WOW, I could swear that after intensive googling I was only able to find the intro script!
Thanks!! I should be done in no time now
Nothing big yet I guess. Some dialogue, portrait-oriented pause menu and the ending is what's still left.
Most of the dumps of SNES ROMs contain a SMC header (512 bytes), which is just data from the device that copied the cartridge. It's useless for everything else, and this space isn't even accounted for in the game itself. You can delete it without any regrets. For romhacks though, you have to take this into account - that is why most of the patches require a headerless room (a IPS patch doesn't differentiate one from the other).
I can confirm he's French (we discussed in French).
He wrote in Spanish because it's a much more widespread language than French. That's what made me mistaken.
Well, at this point, after all the drama that has gone on here (it certainly wasn't the brightest idea to stir it even further), it's too late.
Don't expect any more replies from pulse_project.
This 1993 prototype (the famous one with the completely different stages) most likely won't be released.
Oh, and it was legit.
Anyone waiting for a release shouldn't hold his breath for it, until a potential next owner pops out.
Then, hopefully, if nothing goes awry, the next owner will be more willing to share it.
So here you have it.
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