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Well, I think my level of German is still way too low. I can't understand most of what's being said, both in the original and re-translated versions.
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The Save the Queen sword is the same weapon that made General Beatrix what she is, a total badass!I disagree. Beatrix herself is a badass and that's not because of the sword.
0x20, 0x20, 0x00, 0x0b, 0x07, 0x01, 0x01, 0x00, 0x68, 0x8f, 0x97, 0x70I think that means Lo-ROM, ROM only, 2 Megabytes, but I'm not 100% sure. At least it seems the powerpak doesn't like it.
I've never had to use DosBox. If you're hell-bent on using DOS software, though, it's there and it works fineWow, you certainly didn't have to use some of the older romhacking or reverse engineering utilities then. Anything that needs any graphical interface in DOS won't work at all in Windows 7. I'm not sure myself if this is a 16-bit compatibility issue or not, but I definitely had to use DOSBox quite a few times. For example for that programs that allows you to view VRAM in a ZST SNES savestate.
I meant the "Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu" a.k.a Legend of the Galactic Heroes anime.Sorry but for me it's still impossible to localize what you're talking about.
Ys Origin's French introOh my it is absolutely horrible. Poor pronunciation in itself would be ok as it's common for people to talk with a strong foregin accent, however I can't make sense of what is going on, and they mix up all the verb tenses randomly instead of being consistent which makes me say AARRGGH. Someone learning French certainly shouldn't use simple past, which is normally never used outside of books.
LoGH's GermanCould you please explicit what "LoGH" means or put a link so I can listen to this horrible "gelman" intro ? I'd be interested to notice if it is worse than mine (so I can feel better about my german).
The voice acting is pretty outstanding to say the least, [...] Pretty surprising imo, the target audience couldn't understand the language anyway xDYes it's surprising, I see it as a form of perfectionism. There is plenty of german people all the way around the globe, so there is most certainly a significant minority in japan. At least I would be surprised if there weren't any.