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Personal Projects / Re: Chrono Trigger Bugfix and Uncensoring Patch
« Last post by Chronosplit on Today at 06:46:23 pm »
Just doing some final tweaks and I'll release my MSU-1 patch.

Not sure how it will work long term, but so far it's looking promising (testing at the beginning of the game and early AD 600).
Alright!  If it makes it in it'll be a version or two later (next one I hope, so long as there isn't anything found) depending on how things go.  7b is in the mega and is being submitted right now, I don't think it'll impede anything because the changes have been slight.  The changes are... all that up there, and here is the list for the new Aeridan Item Names patches.  If you have any suggestions for something to be added in a later update, go ahead:
Spoiler:
Red Katana>Crimson
Ivory Edge>Mammoth
Aeon Blade>Ancient
HeavenEdge>Imperial

Shaman Bow>Saint Bow
Dream Bow>Dreamstone
Siren Kiss>Siren

Air Gun>Airgun
Dart Gun>Peashooter
Auto Gun>Handgun
Dream Gun>Dreamstone

ShineBlade>Shineblade

Ice Sickle>KillerHook
StarScythe>Hadean (Still not enough space for Hades Sickle.)
DoomScythe>Despair

MaidenSuit>Lady Suit
Titan Vest>Titanium
Lumin Robe>Light Robe
Shine Mail>Shineplate
PlatinVest>Platinum
Aeon Suit>Eternal
RavenArmor>Obsidian
Gloom Cape>Despair
Moon Armor>Moonlight

Rock Helm>Stone Helm
Shine Helm>Shinehelm
PlatinHelm>Platinum
Doom Helm>Death Helm
Aeon Helm>Eternal
Gloom Helm>Despair

Defender>Protector
SilverErng>Silver Ear (I tried to make the earrings more legible, this is all I have.)
Gold Erng>Gold Ear

-Updated Trading Hut (The names are in full in all dialogue except for when you obtain the item, to make sure you know what’s actually in your item menu.)
-Updated Kajar Shopkeep with Platinum Vest.
-Updated Northern Ruins for Siren.
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Thanks, I appreciate that. That's good to know because I was just about to upload my War of the Lions patch called the Zodiac age but I am no longer confident it will play consistently. It adds all the ff12 characters and a bunch of new abilitelies related to the zodiac. I'm going to hold off on that for now.

Yea I do still have all of the patcher and text files for this one too, plus all the sprites and such. I thought it was just a matter of reinputting the sprites into a new .BIN but shishi came up with a dialog to restructure. I dont know if I should or shouldnt but just looking into that a little, showed a bunch of other steps that I currently can't look into and fiddle with right now. Maybe I can do it soon.
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Personal Projects / Re: Chrono trigger plus
« Last post by pleasejust on Today at 05:48:31 pm »
Great work. Does this patch include all the bug fixes uncensored material from the bugfixes and uncensored patch?
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Newcomer's Board / COTM modding
« Last post by CafeCafe on Today at 05:06:30 pm »
Hello there a little question, is there a way of modding text in Bloodstained Curse of the moon? thanks
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Personal Projects / Re: Chrono Trigger Bugfix and Uncensoring Patch
« Last post by Cthulhu88 on Today at 04:45:49 pm »
Just doing some final tweaks and I'll release my MSU-1 patch.

Not sure how it will work long term, but so far it's looking promising (testing at the beginning of the game and early AD 600).
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Personal Projects / Re: Zelda II Redux
« Last post by ShadowOne333 on Today at 04:40:51 pm »
The first is that the icon for the defense stat is a shield with the Triforce symbol on it, but such a shield never appears in-game. It seems like it would make more sense for it to be a shield with a cross on it.

I did try doing that, but somehow the plain shield with either a white or red cross with the blue background colour didn't seem quite right. That's why I left it as-is. If you do have some mockups, please drop them by so I can give myself an idea on how to improve it.

The second is that some of the dialogue seems very matter-of-fact. While the longer text-boxes allow for some much-improved lines, a handful seemed jarring to me. For example; the thirsty woman in Nabooru says "I see you have water. You should come to my house." Like, damn girl, did you even drink it? I feel like something like "Is that water for me?" or "You brought me some water?!" might get the same message across without feeling so stilted. Similarly, a boy in Darunia says "A powerful swordsman lives in this town." Alright, kid. It might feel a bit more childlike if it were "An amazing swordsman" or something. Also, some men in the first towns often say "I am a little busy to talk to a stranger," but it ought to be "I am a little too busy..." - removing the "too" from the original text means the sentence doesn't really make proper sense.

Interesting points.
Most of the text was done taking a fully translated script from the Japanese release, to keep it more in-line with it as a full uncensored version of the game.
Although, I do agree some of those do sound odd. But then again, what's an NES/FDS game without some engrish and jarring text? :D

Since finishing BotW last year I have slowly been playing all of  the Zelda games I missed first time around.  I started with Skyward Sword, then the Oracle games etc.  Now after finsihing the orginal I figured it was time play Zelda 2 for the first time.  I'd been reluctant up to now to play it due to it's reputation.  Given the aim of this hack is to remove the frustrations of the game I'm started to play the game for the first time using this patch.

So far so good i'm one temple down and on to the next one.  I'll let you know how it goes.  I've not used any optional patches yet  :)

Glad to know you went for this hack for your first Zelda 2 experience :P
While it's still not 100% finished, it is in a very much complete state to where you can do a full playthrough of it without any bug or glitch issues.

Hope you enjoy the rest of the hack! :D
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Personal Projects / Re: Zelda II Redux
« Last post by Dirtbag on Today at 04:33:11 pm »
Since finishing BotW last year I have slowly been playing all of  the Zelda games I missed first time around.  I started with Skyward Sword, then the Oracle games etc.  Now after finsihing the orginal I figured it was time play Zelda 2 for the first time.  I'd been reluctant up to now to play it due to it's reputation.  Given the aim of this hack is to remove the frustrations of the game I'm started to play the game for the first time using this patch.

So far so good i'm one temple down and on to the next one.  I'll let you know how it goes.  I've not used any optional patches yet  :)
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News Submissions / Re: Homebrew: New Homebrew Added to the Database
« Last post by Recca on Today at 04:14:22 pm »
For anyone who is interested in playing homebrew games, I would definitely recommend that they give Anguna a try. It's an interesting dungeon crawler style RPG very similar to The Legend of Zelda type games. Both the GBA and DS versions seem to be the same overall with only a few differences in gameplay. I personally prefer the more classic retro feel of the GBA version, but both are fine. Make sure to look everywhere and collect any useful items you find. They will be needed latter on.
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Personal Projects / Re: Chrono trigger plus
« Last post by Recca on Today at 04:01:08 pm »
Amazing work! I haven't gotten around to playing much of version 2.0 yet, but so far everything looks great. This is something that I'm definitely going to be playing during the upcoming weekend. Nicely done! :thumbsup:

If I could chime in here for a moment, I actually like the idea of all characters being at the same level and gaining equal experience even outside of battle. For casual gamers and those who are usually busy, it reduces the stress of having to constantly switch between active and benched characters. A player can just play with whom they like and enjoy the game. However, I do understand what's being said about giving the player an incentive. Perhaps two alternative patches could be offered. The original one with equal experience gained and an alternate one with different values.

I haven't gotten to the part with the helper AI yet, but it definitely looked awesome in the previous video. The "Bugger" and "Proto" robotic type enemies could also make for nice AI controlled companions. Well regardless, this project and that of the Schala Edition are definitely the two best must play romhacks I've seen so far. Great work once again, this is a truly amazing tribute to one of the best games of all time. :beer:
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Personal Projects / Re: Final Fantasy IV: Born of a Dragon
« Last post by MGE on Today at 03:38:07 pm »
Alright, I'm going to go back through the thread and compile a list of all the bugs/changes that need to happen and put them into this post with  notes.  Stand by.
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