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Personal Projects / Re: Kirby's Dream Land DX 1&2
« on: Today at 12:01:09 am »
Oh dang this looks super rad! Fun update to a couple of great games, good job!

Personal Projects / Re: Princess Crown (Saturn) English Translation
« on: October 12, 2019, 12:21:09 pm »
Wooooooooooo! That's amazing news dude! Take as much time as you all need. Real life ALWAYS comes first, and the fact that you're doing this at all is super meaningful and amazing. I wish you both the best of luck, and my eternal support and gratitude <3

The lack of co-op is pretty terrible, but I'm still going to buy it. It looks like it'll be a lot of fun, and I'm so excited we got the game at all here.

We actually released it completed! It's absolutely all finished. We'll keep support for updates in the future, but otherwise it's ready for play.

Oh fantastic! I'm so used to this board being used for projects in progress, this is exciting, thanks for the heads up :D

Ooh, I'll have to give this a shot when you get done! I've heard the game is actually pretty good!

Oh I didn't even know that was being worked on by anyone in English. I remember seeing someone on here post about it a few years ago along with several of her other projects, but I thought that project had died. Do you have a link to the current project by chance? But either way, congrats on this one! From the screenshots it looks like you did a really good job on it :D

Oh this looks amazing, you've done a really good job! Sadly, I can't read Spanish at all myself. I'd love to experience this game in English someday myself but for now I'm just glad this game is getting attention at all. Good job!

Personal Projects / Re: Sonic Cronos (My WIP Sonic 1 hack)
« on: May 07, 2019, 02:23:52 am »
Ooh that Robotonik fight in the half-pipe looks like a lotta fun. Great work!

Personal Projects / Re: Karous / カラス [SEGA Dreamcast]
« on: May 01, 2019, 01:14:09 am »
Oh this looks rad! Great work so far!

Gaming Discussion / Re: Best RPG
« on: April 20, 2019, 05:31:49 pm »
I'd actually throw my hat in with Phantasy Star 4. I don't think it's the best but it deserves to be on this list, certainly more than 7th Saga. On this list though I think FF6. It's got the best story, the presentation is behind Chrono Trigger's but it's still gorgeous, every character is highly customizable but still completely unique from each other, and best of all there's no set main character. You can beat it with whoever. The only thing I'd say holds it back are the glitches. So. Many. GLITCHES.

Personal Projects / Re: Firered hack- Pokemon Fireburn(Demo)
« on: April 19, 2019, 02:40:28 pm »
How do you plan on dealing with some of the more gimmicky pokemon like Wishywashy or Oricorio or Silvally (Which I just realized all come from Sun/Moon)

Personal Projects / Re: Final Fantasy Tactics: Emergence (PSP)
« on: April 16, 2019, 02:56:19 am »
This seems pretty cool! Question though. I've never had any luck patching anything on PSP before, and I know the files can come in a couple of different formats. Is there a particular format needed? And do you know of a good patching guide for PSP games?

Gaming Discussion / Re: Homebrew titles
« on: April 16, 2019, 02:26:25 am »
I was strictly asking about console homebrew, but that's because this is more of an academic curiosity. I just want to see what people have done with the hardware in recent years. That said wow, that game is GORGEOUS. I've got a passing knowledge of Touhou (Played Perfect Cherry Blossom, I've seen some of the flash music videos from a decade ago) and that looks like a lot of fun! I'll keep it in mind next time I'm looking for a good action platformer. :D

Gaming Discussion / Homebrew titles
« on: April 15, 2019, 02:45:12 pm »
I'm starting to get interested in homebrew titles like Tobu Tobu Girl, but I was wondering if there were any y'all knew of that were a bit more substantial? These are incredible do not in any way misunderstand me, I was just curious if any had like, stages, progression, a definitive ending, etc.

Gaming Discussion / Re: What techs would a playable Schala have?
« on: April 14, 2019, 04:45:55 am »
There actually is one niche that hasn't been done in Chrono Trigger and I would LOVE to see it happen.
Enemies can drain PCs but not vise versa, so I'd do Schala as a drain mage/support type. I mean it's well established that she's adept at manipulating magic very finely and precisely with her control over the Mammon Machine and that dope teleport that saves the party from *UNDER THE OCEAN*. It's feasible that she could manipulate the magic and energies within her enemies as well. I'd do something like
- Shadow Shot (Single Target) 3MP
- MP Donate 3MP
- Shadow Seer (Line attack) 6MP
- MP Drain 1MP
- Sleep (Single Target) 8MP
- Shadow Sweep (Full Screen) 12MP
- Life Drain 8MP
- Sacrifice (Self kill but Mega Elixir effect on party) 25MP

This would give her a very unique niche in the party as a self-sustaining drain mage. Her spells would be costed up to compensate for her MP Drain but would be about as strong as other spells (Shadow Sweep being costed higher but as strong as Fire2/Lightning2/Ice2/Water2)

I also like her ult being what it is as a throwback to her self sacrifice in the Ocean Palace, as well as actually making Green Dream worth using on someone.

Personal Projects / Re: Graveblood [GBA Homebrew] in progress
« on: April 08, 2019, 12:27:39 am »
Coming from someone with a deaf family member, I think the name is fine. Deaf can mean a lot of things besides just the medical condition. It's a very poetic and somber word, I think it's appropriate. For the record I don't think Bradzx was trying to be aggressive either. I think it's important to watch for people who might unknowingly use offensive language and to point it out when it is used, but in this case there's not an issue. I'm actually really glad to see everyone being so civil about everything. And the game continues to look great!

I actually really love hearing about the under the hood stuff. Even if it's not all visual and flashy, seeing you talk about the changes you've made is still exciting!

Gaming Discussion / Re: Good Combat Engines
« on: February 28, 2019, 02:43:36 am »
Honest answer, and I'm not trolling, Henry Hatsworth and the Puzzling Adventure. It's part action-platformer, part DS touch screen puzzle game, but the two parts work together very well. The combat, while not a focus of the game, is done very well with a decent combo system that includes juggling and lots of special moves. Give it a look if you don't believe me. This is an early level that doesn't quite show off the full extent of the combat but it's there, I promise.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Good PS4 Games to pick up early on?
« on: February 28, 2019, 02:32:10 am »
Valkyria Chronicles 4 is fantstic. I'm really enjoying A Hat in Time too, though it's buggier than people let on. Nier: Automata is great, and I second Yakuza 0. Maybe the best game on the system.

Personal Projects / Re: Graveblood [GBA Homebrew] in progress
« on: February 23, 2019, 02:02:53 am »
This is really gorgeous. You've got a pretty awesome thing going here, I'm really excited to follow this project :D

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