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Final Fantasy IV - VI : A small 1 and 2 on the hand cursors to differentiate players (some people play with an online audience)

Chrono Trigger - Allow input from both player 1 and 2

Woahhh at the jobs thing you got going on there! Are you planning on implementing that in your Combat Boost hack (Which I'm looking forward to! I hope it's going well!)

Also, can anyone get a hold of chillyfeez for me? I sent him a PM. I've been trying to demo his 'A Threat From Within' project, but can't figure out what type of rom I need to patch.

Keep up the good work everyone!

ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: Final Fantasy VI - T Edition
« on: January 19, 2015, 10:59:00 pm »
Congrats. Nice to see how picking up a language has paid dividends and some for you.

I'm well aware of the challenge. I've spent quite a few years (years I wish I could have spent on Japanese) learning Spanish, and I'm living in the UAE for the next year and a half. I understand what goes into learning a language and the culture behind it, I am definitely not insinuating it's a light task.

When I realized I can get by during my time here without having to pick up any Arabic, it finally hit me - I've been a fan of all things Japan my entire life and for the first time in a while I have sufficient free time and flexibility to dedicate myself to the language. I'm actually very excited, I'm looking forward to pouring several hours a day into this.

After 764 ( and counting) eps of Detective Conan, hundreds of games, movies, and other anime I was super intrigued, but not yet compelled. An expansion of one of my favorite RPG's ever - one of which I'm currently playing a custom Leo Edition Eviltype version of - was the final straw. I'm going to eventually play that hack!

So yes, I'm learning Japanese to play Final Fantasy VI : T-Edition. The rest of the culture is merely a (huge) bonus.

Now if you have any recommendations for me before I start my journey Seihen, I'm actually going shopping for materials today. Would love to hear what a seasoned veteran like yourself has to say. I'm quite lucky to have drawn responses from two of the very best people I could ask my questions to.



Edit - Regarding taking on something simpler - I exhaled, I have "an excuse" to focus solely on learning the language and not on having to orchestrate / lead a long-term project.... All project aspirations shelved for now.

ROM Hacking Discussion / Re: Final Fantasy VI - T Edition
« on: January 19, 2015, 08:00:58 pm »
Oh hey, tomato himself!

Thanks for the heads up. What's the general consensus of the hackers in the chat? Is anyone thinking of picking up the project when the releases stabilize?

ROM Hacking Discussion / Final Fantasy VI - T Edition
« on: January 19, 2015, 04:40:23 pm »
I'm strongly considering learning Japanese just to translate this -

I probably should ask this in the newbie section, but does anyone have any advice for me on my journey? I can make my way around an editor, but I have no 'ASM hacking' or any other high level hacking experience. I'm pretty sure I know how I'd go about it (ripping the script, translating and reinserting, etc), but I figure I'd ask the experts.

I'm not being lazy and asking for links and guides, but if you could kindly point me in the right direction (aka tell me what to google haha)

Long story short - Assuming 100% knowledge in Japanese - I'm asking how should I go about this project? I'll google and research any terms and tools that you tell me if I don't know them.



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