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Chrono Trigger has a relatively small world by RPG standards
I do not. That font hurt my eyes personally but I know some love it. I much prefer the original game's font. Also, the game would need some tweaking because the font doesn't line up the same way.*Insert sad boys meme here*
I tried this out and I noticed that the manifest it makes names the ROM ff3 and I'm reluctant to change it. If I did would it matter? Also I noticed that the wind sound is missing from the intro. If I only wanted the spoken English version of the Opera and the rest of the soundtrack be the original, which one do I choose?
i could see that working since most modern controllers really aren't all that different from the N64 design. different shapes, mostly the same number of buttons...the C-Pad might be an issue though since that would be the right joystick.
D-pad > D-pad
joystick > left joystick
A > X
B > O
Start > Start
Z > Select or maybe Square
L > L1
R > R1
C-Pad > ...well, maybe if you set the L/R buttons to L3/R3 instead you could use the L1/2 and R1/2 buttons for the C-Pad.
Yeah, as I've said before, it is absolutely possible to combine this with other hacks, the only issue is that it modifies the script, so the script changes have to be pulled out and then put back in manually in Temporal Flux, you won't just be able to slap one .ips on top of the other. I've even modified the code to make it super easy to relocate to a different space in the ROM for use with expanded ROMs.