Not to rain on Gemini's parade, but what's so good about this hex editor over WindHex? I never used it, so I have no idea what the big deal is. >_>;
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So, are you still working on Demon's Blazon, like your sig suggests?Indeed I am. In fact that's one of the projects I'm hoping to get done over the summer. I recently got an idea to get past what had stopped progress previously.
We played this game before, Kiyoshi was the DM remember?I was a mod before, not a staff member. Staffing involves a lot less drama. You approve things, discuss changes to the site, that kinda thing.
I will say the one thing I miss is acess to the underground lair.
I can never believe how so many of you got most of your games used over the years (other than online). Employees were hogging the Dragon Quests, Final Fantasys, and Chrono Triggers even way back when they were Babbages and Electronic Boutique.Personally, when I worked for Gamestop back in 2006, we had a TON of good PSX games (they'd already gotten rid of NES/SNES by the time I worked there). And that was AFTER the employees (myself included) took their pick of the litter. I personally got Final Fantasy IX, Wild Arms 2, Persona 2 Eternal Punishment, and many other great PSX games for pretty cheap. And we always had a few extra copies of those kinda things on the shelves.
Come to think of I don't think I've seen more than a few good offering in those used game bins in my ENTIRE life. They never had what I was looking for. I do have that one good memory of getting my crown jewel Wild Arms 1 for a few bucks.
I guess it's all in the area you live.
If I sneak a few translation requests into the list, does that mean you have to do them in the next year or two?If you have a request, I'd look at it.
Maybe some fine fellow who can read Japanese will translate the titles for us?I did 'ya one better. I felt like having some fun:
I can see that you've also been mentioned in the readme for Bloody Warriors. And Fire Emblem, but you probably knew that one.This one? I don't see my name in there.
Die Hard (PC Engine)
Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension (Super Famicom)
Dirty Pair (Famicom)
Nekketsu Street Basket - Ganbare Dunk Heroes (Famicom, Misc. Translation)
Takeshi's Chellenge (Famicom, Additonal Translation)
Deep Dungeon IV (Famicom, Spot Re-translations)
Fudou Myouou Den (Famicom, Misc Translations)
Dragon Ninja (Famicom)
Insector X (Famicom, Co-translator with Paul Jensen)
Jigoku Gokuraku Maru (Famicom, Co-translator with Eien ni Hen and Paul Jensen)
Monty on the Run (Famicom)
Sqoon (Famicom, Co-translator with Eien ni Hen)
Deep Dungeon II - The Hero's Crest (Famicom, Spot Translations)
Flying Hero: Bugyuru's Adventure (Super Famicom, Co-translator with Geisha Boy)
Mystic Ark (Super Famicom, AGTP's translation, misc. translation checking)
Actraiser 2 (Super Famicom)
Yugekitai Kakuto Hen ~Saikyo Kami Fukkatsu Yuki Kan~ (PC 98, Co-translator with Paul Jensen and BRPXQZME)
Yugekitai: Saikyoushin Fukkatsu no Maki (PC 98, misc. translations)
Final Fantasy IV/FFIV EasyType (Super Famicom)
Final Fantasy USA: Mystic Quest
Mega Man X
Romancing SaGa (Super Famicom)
Dragon Ball Z 2: Gekishin Freeza (Famicom)
Guyframe (PC Engine)
On the planet "Agarna" the two countries of "Uldas" and "Edia" have their eyes set on Vizolium and are competing over it. The man pulling the strings behind the scenes seems to be a Professor "Wattsman". Head there immediately and settle the incident!
"Man, this sucks."
The last two are simply "Please select" and "Select/Register".