I have decided to start a video development blog for my game. Whether I fail at talking or not is completely up to you!
Not reportedly, the GB does use a modified Z80 asm which they changed to 100% pure Z80 for the GBC. IIRC, the NES contained a modified 6502 ASM set as well.They couldn't have switched the CPU (and with it, the instruction set) in the GBC, or they'd have broken backwards-compatibility.
It was Square translating it in the first place from Japanese to english in a shoddy way
Germany should be the only country in the world where they speak a dialekt in the capitalIt isn't. In the past, due to rural flight in Spain, people from the countryside mixed their local dialects and created a new variant wherever they went. Some grammar issues (let's say laísmo) are more frequent in Madrid. In contrast, the 'purest' Spanish is reportedly spoken in Valladolid.
Sounds neat.FYI there's a few Pokemon that still aren't in Emerald: Lunatone, Zangoose, Meditite, Surskit, and Roselia. But you can add them with your standard map edits.
Now I just have to modify Pokémon Emerald so that I can obtain every Gen. III Pokémon without trading (except trade-evolve stuff and such) and I'll be set.
Edit: I'm reading the readme, what does the "Time-based evolutions ASM" hack imply? How does it work?
It's stated on their site that they tried to capture the variety of accents that the Japanese version had by using fitting German accents for the characters.Ugh, who the hell even speaks like that?