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I've yet to download this hack, because when it comes to romhacks, I prefer to have final/ultimate versions of said patches with great reviews and no future updates (except for addendums). I've yet to know if I should download this, or keep waiting.
I will admit this though, I have never played (or played beyond) any of the first six Final Fantasy games, which is weird because the first time I tried playing them, I went with Dawn of Souls for GBA, but over the years many purists had kept saying that the GBA remakes are "bad remakes", and that I should play the originals. They mainly say this because of the audio, which is ironic because audio patches for the GBA remakes exist in here. (I don't even know what's everybody's opinion on the Final Fantasy PSP remakes.)
Han shooting first was Lucas's original intent. Much later, he changed his mind and hamfistedly retconned it to Greedo shooting first. However, in FF6, the Woolseyisms were never the original intent of the game's developers. They are instead the result of a rushed translator who likely inserted such silly things to amuse himself. Since they aren't what the original developers intended, I'd argue that the Woolseyisms are more like the retcon of Greedo shooting first.
I can understand not wanting to get into dealing with individual armor sprites but is it possible to use unarmored X as the visual until the armor is complete? Thus being able to see the armor is sort of a reward for collecting the whole thing.
That's just the regular Blade armor.
I'm pretty darn sure that GIF is showcasing the level design being altered to remove the unfair blind jump into spikes in Yammark's stage.
So clearly if they could use Death Machine, they probably would.
"Hard to believe an esper's been found intact there, a thousand years after the War of the Magi..."
"1000 years ago, during the War of the Magi, 2 so-called Ultima Weapons existed."
"Hand's pointin' at the two."
"This one's four tons, too!?"
"It's gonna take me 5 minutes to push this thing off!"
"This storm is just like the one two years ago..."
"The clock's hand is pointing at the 2..."
The item was called just Magicite in the SNES and PS1 versions. It is supposed to be Magicite Shard but there's not enough room to display it. Same with Teleport Stone. Personally I think leaving them as they are (Magicite and Warp Stone) works for the most part. The items descriptions explain well enough what they do, especially now since the proper spell, Teleport, has been fixed.
Now, I don’t want to bite off more than I could chew, but would anyone want to see these FF1 and FF2 scripts ported to the WSC versions? I’ve never hacked WSC before but I’m assuming space isn’t as restricted as NES so it might not be too hard to inject the scripts into them, and looks like they already have a built-in English font as well.
And then maybe someone can hack WSC FF1 or GBA FF1 and remake FF3 on it