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Yes, it does. The GC is basically used as a boot loader and a video/audio output.

Storytelling is an insanely complex subject with no one right approach to it.

Like, there's the Deus Ex: Human Revolution approach, there's the Fallout New Vegas approach, there's the Final Fantasy 13 approach, there's the Portal 2 approach, there's the Borderlands 2 approach, etc etc etc etc etc.

General Discussion / Re: Gaming while married
« on: April 09, 2014, 10:41:12 am »
Of course it is possible. If it is not, unfortunately, you have married the wrong person. :P

You're never going to enjoy every single one of the activities your spouse does or vice versa. That doesn't mean you must give them up. In any healthy marriage there should be time for him/her to do their thing and for you to do yours. In addition, often times each may partake in something they don't like for awhile in order to spend time with and out of respect for the other. You also grow each others interest. Maybe your spouse will never enjoy a particular type of game, but there are many types of games. After enough exposure it's likely you will find some middle ground that the two of you may enjoy for awhile.

I am currently married and have years of relationship experience. I also happen to know a number of girls whom will play video games. They are out there. :)

All I can really say is, is that pretty much anybody I marry has to be at least willing to let me game some portion of the time. I don't actually play games much nowadays(though lately i've been playing New Vegas), I do a lot of little things.

I say this as a woman who games. We exist, and we don';t really ever want to give up the hobby either.

Ah, I did not know that.

That's beyond the scope of what I set out to do with this patch, but I'm not entirely opposed to the idea. I do agree that the amount of inconsistencies and gratuitous Japanese is atrocious. I didn't bother me when I played this way back when, but now it's irksome, to say the least. However, I think this script needs more than a simple search-and-replace. A fair scrubbing is in order.

Sorry, I didn't see this topic got any replies until just now.

Really, just a find and search would work well enough for me. Yeah, a scrubbing would definitely be best, but a find and replace for all of the inconsistencies and random Japanese suffixes is enough effort for a game that wasn't really all that well written, anyway. All IMO of course.

He was crossing the street when he was hit by a car. There's a possibility he'd still be alive but I kinda doubt it.

Edit: also the Wii U can play Wii games, so I dunno what you're talking about with BC. Yeah Gamecube stuff doesn't work even though it shouldn't be too much of an issue but ehhhhhhhh the GC was 11 years old when the Wii U came out.

Gaming Discussion / Re: The Kickstarter Thread
« on: April 04, 2014, 03:05:31 pm »

Gaming Discussion / Re: Re: Gaming Progress Thread
« on: April 02, 2014, 12:57:15 am »
Heavily Modded Fallout New Vegas, I'm on Honest Hearts, though I am taking a break.

Personal Projects / Re: Parasite Eve - Translation Project
« on: April 01, 2014, 01:00:28 pm »
Done. FWIW, next time, send in a correction. You can edit anybody's entries, and the staff will approve(or disapprove) if the edit is good.

We've had it for a while, actually, but it was put as a hack rather than a translation.

I do wish someone would go in and clean up the text. The game's text isn't consistent at all(Calls the super special crystal Sailor Moon always carries around by two or three different names, amongst other things). Puts a stain on one of the few non-grindy as fuck SNES rpgs that were not made by Square.

Personal Projects / Re: Parasite Eve - Translation Project
« on: March 22, 2014, 04:31:55 am »
Well well well, you just approved the new patch, eh?  :thumbsup:

Fot those of you who may be interested: http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/1950/


Thank you for doing this. Seriously.

Christ I can't believe I didn't catch that SORRY FOLKS MY BAD

Gaming Discussion / Re: Good games with reluctant heroes
« on: March 13, 2014, 01:36:50 pm »
I'd still argue Fei Fong Wong. Lots of bad shit happens to him that he wants no part of, and he frequently actively fights against his role.

Edit: Ooh, what about Wild ARMs? It's been a while, but Rudy and Cecilia both are willing but aren't exactly happy with their respective situations iirc.

Fei definitely fits. Poor fucking bastard.

Personal Projects / Re: Parasite Eve - Translation Project
« on: March 09, 2014, 10:04:53 pm »
Shit, I wish the English version had all that. Good job!

Site Talk / Re: mteam's Translation Fixes
« on: March 09, 2014, 08:37:56 am »
Which ones?

Gaming Discussion / Re: Pokemon Twitch version
« on: March 01, 2014, 01:41:39 pm »
The person behind this has already announced that there are plans to do Gen 2 at some point in time... So, likely, it will be Gen 2 tomorrow.

Gaming Discussion / Re: Deus Ex announced for iOS
« on: February 26, 2014, 12:55:52 am »
From what I understand, this is a good, but not great game. So, I plan to pick it up one day.

Site Talk / Re: Anti-Piracy Circumvention Measures
« on: February 17, 2014, 11:16:00 pm »
@I.S.T. : Did I say something else? I mentioned that a patch or crack itselfe is legal (in europe) according to a current judgement. Can you tell me in which country RHDN is host. I just want to know about which countries laws were talking. :D

We go according to U.S. law due to our servers and much of our administration living in the US. That simple.

Site Talk / Re: Anti-Piracy Circumvention Measures
« on: February 17, 2014, 06:50:14 pm »
Regardless of your personal opinion, RHDN has to abide by the law as best it can. As such, we're very wary of stuff like this.

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