Translations: Aeon Genesis Presents Royal Stone

Started by RHDNBot, December 12, 2013, 12:57:31 PM

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Update By: Gideon Zhi

Aeon Genesis has completed a translation for Game Gear strategy/RPG Royal Stone. The sequel to Crystal Warriors, Royal Stone is a dramatic improvement over its predecessor and is easily one of the prettiest games on the platform. Enjoy!

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Next Gen Cowboy

You're on a roll Gid. Excellent job everyone, and congrats!
"Remember when we were in Japan? You said you were my gun, if you're the gun then that means I'm the bullet."

"All my life I've been waiting for the gunpowder to go off, you know what you need to ignite gunpowder? You need a gun."


Yay!  Now, I'll finally be able to understand what's going on.
The great achievement is to lose one's reason for no reason, and to let my lady know that if I can do this without cause, what should I do if there were cause?
     ~Don Quixote~

Gideon Zhi

Quote from: Malias on December 12, 2013, 02:49:28 PM
Yay!  Now, I'll finally be able to understand what's going on.

You might not want to! It's a surprisingly grim tale for a game with such bright visuals.


GREAT! I've wanted to play this game in English for years, as well as as two other Game Gear RPGS, Moldorian and Eternal Legend.

Thank you very much for your hard work, guys!  :thumbsup: :beer: :thumbsup:

Plint Michigan

Looks kind of... depressing. What are the other enemies like?

Eien Ni Hen

I remember the script for this game getting passed around between a few translators (myself included) several years back. Glad to see the project has finally been completed. Congrats, and I look forward to playing it! :)
Soon the super karate monkey death car would park in my space. But Jimmy has fancy plans... and pants to match. The monkey clown horrible karate round and yummy like cute small baby chick would beat the donkey.

Gideon Zhi

Quote from: Plint Michigan on December 12, 2013, 06:39:16 PM
Looks kind of... depressing. What are the other enemies like?

Spoilers follow...

Well, there's the main character's childhood BFF and adoptive sister (the main character being the adopted one) who hates the main character 'cuz she believes that the main character killed her father. There's a Kefka-esque bad guy who is pretty gleeful about destruction and torture. You end up fighting a two-front war against the Bad Guys and the main character's former nation who she's trying to help. Oh, and you have to kill the grandfather of another main character, as said character gets kidnapped and held for ransom if the grandparent doesn't fight against you.

As I said, the story's pretty grim. All that said though, the ending is moderately hopeful.

Sliver X


I like when developers aren't afraid to take things to a realistic aspect. Fuzzy warm JRPG stories are absolutely horrid.