« on: July 18, 2011, 04:54:44 pm »
Posted in the Victoly thread, but got to mention that I finished this! Great work! It felt like an official translation, so I'll definitely give the work two thumbs up!
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In the first room of the game is an item called the Easy Ring, when equipped it lessens the encounter rate and doubles the money/exp you receive from battles.I might do this as well. My custom cart at the time was outside of the case (because I used too tall a chip socket), and just looked terrible plugged into a Game Genie into the NES. Went back and fixed it, but of course lost a near-end save game. I figure this will be the easiest way to get through the game and back to where I was at. Outside of using the Game Genie, of course.
I'm definitely using it.
Which is funny considering how much 4HOL feels like a Dragon Warrior game.This. I've pretty much described it to gamer friends as what would happen if Squaresoft had made a Dragon Quest game back in the day. It's a really intriguing experiment, and I really should pick it back up, since I loves me some Dragon Quest.
Does the battle system include my favorite SaGa trope, the whole learning abilities randomly in battle thing? I love that, for some reason.Yep. Except this time, you've got Unions that you put together (think Ogre Battle), and there's the potential of any of your guys learning new moves (or upgrading existing ones).
Also, the last SaGa game released was the remake of the original Romancing SaGa for PS2. That game was actually good. I think you're referring to Unlimited SaGa, which was a giant piece of flaming shit. >_>Sorry, DS, missed your post.
I can get Python running in "command prompt", but I have to type in "PATH C:/Python26;%PATH%" . After I do this, I can assign variables like x=5, and y=6, (or a = "hello"),then type "print x*y" and it gives me the right answer 30. But whenever I try to use commands that effect the directory, I am getting a message that says "name is not defined". I don't see anything that says anything about the os or import os.That's because the Python shell and the command prompt are two different things. If you want to use OS commands directly in Python, you have to import the os module and then use os.system('dir'). But you're better off if you're using a directory listing in your script to use os.listdir('directory'), which will return a list of everything in 'directory'.