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Can't get in touch with the original author? Then don't make the hack/improvement.How about adding either optionally, or mandatorily, a creative commons license to submitted hacks/translations so authors can make it clear (or the terms of the site can dictate) what their intentions are for modification?
Post up at Nintendo Life, hope your work gets it's deserved attention. Great work.Thanks! Always fun to see your playthroughs and check out the comments.
Yeah, i'm gonna second this. The font is really hard to read. =\Have you guys actually fired up the patch and tried it in-game?
I still standby my poser comment. You run the possibility of people wearing the title of "hacker" as a fashion statement, not because they had any earnest interest in the hobby or community, but because they want to seem cool like they were from The Matrix or something (potentially followed by condescending asshole behavior because they are hot shit now for being a "hacker").Have you been on this site before? I'm pretty sure that's been a feature of the scene since the very beginning, and I daresay it continues now. Granted things got a bit better, but mostly because some people grew up, and some left. Which is still basically my point. Fresh blood seems like the last thing we should be wringing our hands about.
There's a minor spelling error on splash screen (Right before Banpresto Logo). It reads "Trasnlation" instead "Translation". Why you need that splash screen?
Nothing against Harem Anime of the 90s, and early 2000s, but it sure led to the Eastern Industry's downfall by allowing Otakus taking over in this current generation, and using every cliche, annoying voice actors, and turning stories into Otakuness drivel.I believe we're talking about games, not anime?
90s Otakus had more class..
all the rest was shovel-ware & Harem Anime (I'm not kidding on this)And just who are you to denounce every romantic ADV game on two generations of consoles exactly?
There's also Flat Beat by Mr Oizo despite putting out a few follow up albums and singles they all failed to chart.I'd never heard of Mr. Oizo. Good stuff!
Haha - until I clicked the link, I thought you were talking about Iesha by Another Bad Creation.
I think kids now must think that that's what rock music sounded like in the 90s. I guess that's sort of true of the late 90s, when all the rock bands had numbers in their names (eve 6, third eye blind, blink 182, matchbox 20...) and they were all bland, generic knockoffs of the great stuff that came through 5-10 years earlier.It felt like the wave of authenticity that swept the early 90s was rapidly drowned out by a lot of overproduced garbage by the late 90s. There was still great music outside of the top 20, as there probably is now if you look for it (maybe, lol).
I don't have much to contribute for the other bands here, but as for a-ha, you might also recall "The Living Daylights" even if you didn't watch the movie.I forgot about "Stay on These Roads" until just now, so there's another one for A-ha. https://youtu.be/nWey1DBAchM
It was a pill to swallow, for sure. I'd never considered that my childhood dream of being a karateka would result in actually cancelling someone, but further study reveals that something as simple as hitting someone in the head hard enough to incapacitate them can result in a deadly concussion.As soon as you train in martial arts, a punch isn't just a punch. Your fists are registered weapons.
Regardless of all that, there's no reason not to use your translated script from 2006, or Filler's script if he/she's ok with it, and not let your mostly done work go to waste.