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Personal Projects / Re: Tengai Makyou Zero translation project
« on: May 01, 2018, 09:32:10 am »
Just finished the game 5 minutes ago, after having finally found enough free time to play it.

Tom and the team, in two words:

THANK YOU!

You made this old dream to play a "real" Tengai Makyou in english possible, for that, I' will always remember you guys.

The game itself, your work on it, everything was awesome.

Did I less enjoyed it than I would have 20 years ago?
Dont think so, having in mind that I shouldn't have been able to enjoy it at all  (if it wasn't for your dedication).

I really hope you will be able to achieve your project of translating the entire series.

Ziria, Maru, Kabuki and Raizin are waiting for us! :)

Once again, big, big thank yous!

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Personal Projects / Re: Tengai Makyou Zero translation project
« on: October 13, 2017, 02:03:24 am »
It's a CD game. Probably using CD audio. That stuff took up space. 179MB, though. PSN is likely using a compressed audio format. My ISO I ripped from an original PCE CD is about 673MB (ccd) or 462MB 7zipped.

I had probably asked before, but when it comes to Ziria, there were two versions I believe. Original CD and Super CD.
I would assume the Super CD version better but the original is probably more common (as for the user obtaining a copy of the game legitimately). I wonder which you plan to do?

That's exactly the same game, the SCD version was bundled with the duo and never been sold alone, that's why it has no spine card.

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Personal Projects / Re: Tengai Makyou Zero translation project
« on: August 25, 2017, 03:54:39 am »
 I have absolutely no clue if that would be possible, but it would be awesome if that could run on a hacked SuperNES Mini   :laugh:

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Personal Projects / Re: Tengai Makyou Zero translation project
« on: May 22, 2017, 01:41:56 pm »
Tengai Makyou Zero for the win, of course, even if I used  to call it Far East Of Eden BITD, as it was named in magazines.
Once you learn your lesson, how difficult is it to call a game by  its real name?



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Personal Projects / Re: Tengai Makyou Zero translation project
« on: March 27, 2017, 03:04:43 am »
Maybe HCG is not that much intersted because it's a spin-off.

Or maybe he is just not interested in beta testing, he just wants to play the game without looking for typos, or that sort of stuff.

Or maybe he just lost passion, as it often happens when a passion becomes your job.

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Personal Projects / Re: Tengai Makyou Zero translation project
« on: February 20, 2017, 06:36:49 am »
I lurk every 2-3 month for progress on TMZ, and I find this fresh thread:  Best day of 2017 so far !!!

I first played Manjimaru and FKD BITD and couldn't get very far, but felt in love with the universe and the characters.

I played TM4 when it was released, but had to stop at the end of the first CD because the CD swap trick didn't work for the second disc on my PAL Saturn.

I played through Kabuki Den recently, thanks to the walkthrough, and it was AWESOME!

I dream of playing  Manjimaru before I die.

I just started Oriental Blue, I must be at 2/3 of the game,I'm really enjoying it (despite the lack of goofiness), thanks Tom for the awesome work and for allowing us to play a TM game in english.

The fact that you managed to create a team of talented people, who all made such progress in a short amount of time on TMZ, is already amazing!

And as a cherry on the cake, I saw this:


(In fact, my goal is to translate all of the Tengai Makyou PC Engine releases and put them into the PSP Collection for the ultimate Tengai Makyou experience!)


Holly S...!!!

I registered just to show my support  and to thank Tom and the team for their work and dedication.

There's no words to describe the effect that single sentence had on me.

I know it's not for tomorrow, but Tom, thanks for the little glimmer of hope you lighted.


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