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Awesome, III is my favorite in the series from the games I've played thus far, but have only played the SFC remake version. Really looking forward to this, especially after the excellent work from DQI and II delocalized versions. Now I can patiently wait for what I've really been anticipating- the IV delocalized version!

I'd like to request the devs please make this playable on actual hardware- I don't play on emulators so would appreciate support on an Everdrive, thanks. :thumbsup:

News Submissions / Re: Translations: New Translations Added to the Database
« on: December 18, 2019, 05:31:09 pm »
I've used Qwix for XBox ISO Operations in the past. I don't recall if I ever used it to rebuild from files to ISO though (it does have a create ISO option), because usually I just transfer the files directly to the XBox HDD and play from there. I can't even play from disc these days, as the drive tray won't open anymore. From what I've read, this is a common thing. If for some reason you could only play the translation from disc, that would actually be bad for that reason.
I mean, how do you even do that? I believe I could boot the game from my hard drive, but it would take up half my HD space so that's why I only play off disc. How would you even get a working patched version of the game running off the HD? Don't you need to patch the ISO anyhow?

News Submissions / Re: Translations: New Translations Added to the Database
« on: December 17, 2019, 05:40:31 pm »
If you want to burn the translation to a disc, you'll need a program to rebuild the ISO.
I already have a soft modded Xbox that burns burned games. I ripped my ISO of Togue R, what program do I use to rebuild said ISO with this patch? Very vague instructions in the readme.

News Submissions / Re: Translations: New Translations Added to the Database
« on: December 16, 2019, 07:01:18 pm »
Yes, I read it:
"Use files included in this package and overwrite the existing original ones on a disc"
So what program do I use to perform this action?

News Submissions / Re: Translations: New Translations Added to the Database
« on: December 12, 2019, 08:44:17 pm »
How the heck do I patch Touge R??

Personal Projects / Re: Princess Crown (Saturn) English Translation
« on: October 28, 2019, 03:29:21 pm »
As everyone else has stated, thanks for the update and hard work. Glad to see that so much progress has been made- sounds like things are entering the final phase. Can't wait to finally play it!

I'd recommend King Colossus for the Mega Drive. I thoroughly enjoyed that game, fun gameplay with some really good music. Only annoyance are some difficult platforming segments in a few stages, but if you have access to save states it would eliminate that issue.

There's even a translation patch here.

I'd also recommend Ys IV on the PC Engine, that game has received a translation and dub patch as well.


Thanks for compiling this list. I am currently playing through the entire mainline Castlevania series, finished the first 4 games thus far and am trying to 100% Rondo of Blood right now. Symphony of the Night is my favorite game of all time, and I'm looking forward to finally replaying it soon.

From all these versions, it seems to me that I'll probably stick with playing the PS1 version again. I also have the Saturn version, but like you mentioned, the games slowdown and accessing the map screen were huge issues for me. I really wish they didn't drop the ball on that Saturn port, it should have been the definitive version of the game.

Chaos Rush, thank you so much for going ahead and making this project a reality. I thoroughly enjoyed playing the re-translated versions of FFI & FFII on my Famicom, looking forward to finally being able to play the entire original trilogy on my console. Good luck, we're all rooting for you. :thumbsup:

I’ve looked over at some of the replies from the past 2 years and I think it’s safe to say that there is definitely demand for a hardware-compatible version.

Count me as another one of those requesting a hardware compatible version. Would love to try this translation out, but I don't use emulators, would be amazing to play this on the real thing, many thanks if you decide to go through with this!

News Submissions / Re: Translations: Pokémon Diamond for the NES?!
« on: June 09, 2019, 08:13:39 pm »
This game is actually only 1MB in size (not sure if that's small enough)! Also, I'm not sure what mappers are supported on flashcarts, but this one uses mapper 4 or 224 depending on the level of support the emulator/flashcart has. (It is actually a mapper 224 game, but, as stated above by torridgristle, it was commonly mistaken as a mapper 4 ROM by dumpers, and some emulator developers just included support for it as a mapper 4 game instead of telling everyone to change their ROM to 224.) I hope I helped! :thumbsup:

edit: speaking of ROM sizes, does anyone here know if there's an easy way to take out free space in a ROM such as this one? Correct me if I'm wrong, but the only way to do this is just tons of re-pointing (something I am definitely not willing to do), am I correct?

Unforunately the Everdrive N8 only supports up to 512KB rom sizes. Mapper 4 is supported, but 224 is not. Hopefully someone will put the work to clear up the space on the ROM for this, Pokemon Yellow, and FF VII because all these Chinese ROMs include a bunch of additonal garbage that is not needed, and is keeping it from running via a flash cart which I need to play these games as I do not use emulation. Hopefully this will be a reality some day.

Personal Projects / Re: Dragon Quest I - IV: Delocalized Editions
« on: June 09, 2019, 06:59:25 pm »
Good work guys, but I'm really waiting for the Dragon Quest IV release. I already played through DQ 1-3 on the SFC, too bad they didn't remake IV on that one as 5 out of the first 6 games are available on that console.

Personal Projects / Re: Translating Saturn Grandia
« on: May 26, 2019, 08:15:12 pm »
Hey man,

Awesome work, and love that you're constantly updating the project. Grandia is one of the main games I always wanted to play though on my Saturn, but being a JRPG, I felt it would be too difficult to get through. This is also the reason my copy of Grandia II for Dreamcast remanins unplayed, lol.

Keep up the great work, the Saturn community is definitely excited for the work on this classic. Cheers! :beer:

News Submissions / Re: Translations: Pokémon Diamond for the NES?!
« on: April 11, 2019, 04:58:10 am »
What is the file size of the ROM? If it's anything like Pokemon Yellow NES it won't run on a flash cart because the file is too large (2MB for Yellow NES) and the mapper (93) was also not supported. Would love to play this on the actual hardware.

Thank you for this hack, Pokemon Crystal Version is my favorite game in the series (maybe of all time) and this hack seems to fix many of the nitpick issues I had with the game.

Quick question: Would I be able to still trade Pokemon from my real Gen II games to this ROM?

Personal Projects / Re: Princess Crown (Saturn) English Translation
« on: April 10, 2019, 04:46:44 am »
Hi CyberWarrior,

New user here, just made an account to thank you and SamIAm for your hard work on this translation.

I have been following this project for over a year now, eagerly anticipating the release.

Thanks for your hard work for the Saturn community

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