11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by FlamePurge, November 17, 2013, 11:31:11 PM
Quote from: thepatrickinator on February 28, 2016, 10:57:51 PMThere's a romhack named Final Fantasy IV:Playable Golbez Edition by fedorajoe and I wanted to use Project II as a base for Playable Golbez Edition to be upgraded because were are currently on version 2.1. What popped into my head is that the Ebony armor retranslates to Black Armor. The Ebony Shield will have KO immunity and it is used only for Golbez. Imposter is the Japanese Translation for Darkside as the enemy Darkside is Golbez's Imposter. I know that Project II can be used to a base for other projects so that can help Rick K's Golbez Edition romhack.People that I know can help with the Golbez Edition project:-chillyfeez for the various bits of coding, the User Options functions, the B Button Dash, andthe title screen(I'd love to have the Golbez Final Fantasy IV logo used in the Title screen)-Me for the amazing work with Dark Knight Golbez and Fusoya spries converted from The After Years including Pressure for Dark Knight, and more further suggestions-Rodimus Primal for the script especially some new scenes exclusive to fedorajoe's Playable Golbez romhack.-You for Project II as base for other projects which can improve Rick K's Golbez Edition romhack. -fedorajoe for the wonderful romhack to make Golbez Playable a new playable character in the original Final Fantasy IVWhat I'd love to see in the romhack:-Golbez using the Crystal so I can never hear Zeromus taunting Golbez again.-A lot of new dialogue and expanded scenes-An improved script for new scenes exclusive to fedorajoe's Final Fantasy IV romhack.-Golbez and Rydia having the Double Black Magic Band with new command Band as both of them know Black Magic)-New Battle Sprites for Fusoya and GolbezIf Rydia and Golbez both use Meteo:Rydia: Give your power to Meteo!Golbez: Very well.
Quote from: Vanya on March 01, 2016, 05:39:07 AMOff topic, but I've always found the attitude towards using someone else's hack as a base for another hack to be completely contrary to the very concept of ROM hacking to begin with. Aside from the basic politeness of INFORMING someone that you intend to use their work as a base, permission really seems to be besides the point of the entire endeavor. Credit where credit is due, but if an initial hack falls under "fair use" how can a hack of a hack not full under the same rules? I think I might start a thread about this.
Quote from: Steve_Doido on December 02, 2016, 06:39:47 PMI'm going to be playing FFIV for my first time. Should I use this version?And are more famous lines, such as "You Spoony Bard", in the game?
Quote from: vivify93 on February 20, 2017, 08:09:34 PMHi Steve, you have my permission to translate it, but please keep in mind that Project II isn't a translation, but a "script rewrite." So my script may not be the most accurate compared to an official translation.
Quote from: vivify93 on May 01, 2017, 08:50:54 PMLook what I overlooked in Project II.If you try to leave a key item after battle, it's supposed to say something like "You can't leave this key item behind." Instead, it's just garbage. I'll let you know of a fix.
QuoteI'm gonna write a small guide on how to fix this for anyone who might need it in the future.1. Headered ROM: Go to 0000E003 / Unheadered ROM: Go to 0000DE032. If you're not using a table file, type in 51 67 60 5C 6E 60 FF 6F 5C 66 60 01 52 03 6F 63 60 FF 66 60 74 C13. If you're using a table file, type the ASCII "Please take" without the quotation marks. Then type in the hex bytes 01 52 03. Switch back to typing in ASCII and enter "the key." with the period, but without the quotation marks.4. The new message should display perfectly fine.
QuoteI replayed the opening recently and while I'm still very happy with my work, it's obvious that things have been pared down from what they once were, and it just doesn't have that solid fantasy feel to immerse you in the world.
QuoteIf the latter appeals more to you and you have no nostalgia for FF terms circa 1991, I say go with Namingway Edition. It's a really polished job considering the limitations Rodimus had to suffer with!
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