Maybe you find this quote interesting:
I'd say he has good taste, although I'm not sure the same can be said of his business sense. A licensed anime game, on the Sega Saturn, in late 1998, after two years of work? There's no way they made any money on that.
Though that reminds me, I came across that guy's resume
a long time ago (apparently his server isn't set up right -- that link gives me an insecure connection warning). Honestly, if he'd been employed by a company that wasn't named Working Designs, I'd envy him. I'm sure it was a ton of work, but the stuff he was doing sounds like the kind of thing I'd be able to enjoy...minus the part where you're wrecking someone else's work.
Found a spillover issue with Lunar 1. I can't provide a screenshot, but I can provide text.
"Gosh, if you become like
Dyne, I'll want to marry you!
Dragonmasters are so hot!"
The exclamation mark of "you!" spills out of the text box. Maybe change "want to" to "wanna"? I'll report more as I come across them.
Also, the loading screen uses the old font, albeit in proper case. Lastly, I'm not sure if the question mark and exclamation mark were moved up to the same baseline as the period, comma, and other letters, but that's less of an issue.
Thanks, I'll fix that in a bit. I really should have just added automatic overflow detection to my script inserter by now...And wow, can't believe I missed the loading screen font. EB uses a common font for everything, but TSS manages to duplicate the font a ridiculous number of times for every conceivable purpose (the balloon flight, the loading screen, each and every cutscene's subtitles...)
As far as the punctuation goes, I can see where you're coming from. I think the root problem is that the star-shaped pattern used for the dot fits into a 3x3 square instead of a 2x2 one like the period, which makes it appear slightly off no matter what. Right now, the bottom row of the exclamation point's dot extends a pixel below the bottom of the period, but if I move it up a pixel, it instead extends one dot above (and looks too high to me). Here's my earlier comparison post, since it's gotten rather buried by now.