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Same as me, cool. Aubirdforce looks quite nice. Did you play it enough to know if the gameplay is solid?
Thank you everyone for your interestI started playing it some months ago, but what threw me off was that not only the regular dialogue between missions was still in Japanese, but some other stuff as well, which was kinda annoying. It's certainly playable, but it would be nice if it could be finished without too much effort, certainly not a complete re-translation or something like that.
In general, I enjoy doing turn based strategy games or anything with a good story. I was considering Font Mission 2. There was already a translation for it, but they didn't finish inserting the script and I've had a couple minor worries about the translation. Not sure if a new project is worth the effort since it's already mostly done
Congrats on the release.
If you're interested in PS2 translations, Dragon Shadow Spell is probably a holy grail translation for Strategy RPGs.
However, I remember that according to Nightwolve, ripping TurboGrafx/PCE CDs with compressed audio tracks (such as MP3) would badly corrupt games. I'm not familiar with how CDs are stored myself but I think he said PCE accessed CDs based on sectors rather than tracks. And compressed audio without throw that off.
Correct me if I'm wrong though.
(not going to look up links for his site since I'm going to assume his anti-RHDN referrer stuff is still going on)
I suppose that's kind of why I'm confused. ISO files don't have CUEs do they?
Guys, guys, guys... it's 2017. I can sit at my computer and download and play practically every single game from every single platform, from 1975 to now. Even games that were written by a teenager in his bedroom for the ZX Spectrum, and sold through an advert in a magazine, probably selling a hundred copies or less. Do you really think I won't be able to play GTA5 in 30 years?
Oh by the way, once Arcturus is done for good, the next game on my list is Rhapsody of Zephyr
I tend to avoid online dealers or modders, as I have heard about a lot of people getting ripped off or robbed on Craigslist or whatever. I am limited to what I can buy in a store.I was thinking about places like here, it would be rather rich if nobody around the romhacking community had the connections to send you a modded card heck depending on the project I might even send you one for free if it came to it - price of a used card + delivery should be about 10 Euros to anywhere in the world from where I live.
I wouldn't know where to begin finding that sort of thing. I don't have a credit card, so I'm unable to order one online. I'd have to find one in a brick and mortar store, which I don't expect would be a simple task.
In any case, there aren't many PS2 translations I want to work on, anyway. Namida isn't all that important to me. (I was rather disappointed by it, to be honest.)
Hmm. Would you care to expand on this? I'm curious because I have an external VGA to composite/s-video/etc. converter on the way so I can play these games on one of my old CRT TVs.
This is hardly surprising, they always were hardassed about emulation.
What did surprise me is the super old fashioned way you were doing it. You'd have to have a super tiny HD to not do the complete rom set thing, which I imagine will be harder to find now.
Thus it makes you wonder as to why anyone from the very large team there that have worked on this game's English translation project (for 2.5 years) didn't bother to do likewise...
Most people don't just ogle at raw screenshots, they actually play the games (scaled accordingly). My impressions are coming from playing on a CRT through original hardware or sometimes playing on mednafen (with original rendering). Though I do understand where your coming from. English PC-98 "fans" pretty much describe what your getting at.