11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Tomato, April 21, 2020, 05:51:06 PM
Quote from: Tomato on July 15, 2020, 04:35:59 AMWhen you step on this tile, it pops up a question box. The problem is that you can accidentally avoid it and never trigger it at all. I'd like to move the trigger tile down one to avoid this, but I'm having trouble. I know how to modify the trigger data itself, but it appears there's some other piece of data that tells the game "hey this is a trigger you just stepped on, look through the triggers list!".It's hard to find clear documentation all in one place, so I'm hoping someone will know how this works. I'm fairly certain it'd just be a one byte change... hopefully?
Quote from: Vanya on July 06, 2020, 01:12:07 AMIn the PSP and GBA versions there is an after game scenario after you defeat the emperor in the underworld or whatever. Then you play as all the characters that died fighting the empire against a "holy" version of the emperor. It's basically a bonus dungeon called "Soul of Rebirth".
Quote from: KingMike on July 15, 2020, 04:16:43 PMI hadn't played the bonus content in either GBA game.I just remember when FF1+2A was first announced and people were like "WTF is Phantom Train doing in this game? That announcement has to be an April Fools joke!" I'm guessing that was FF1's bonus dungeons which I don't think were meant to have logical connection to the game (I mean, the first one used FF3's intro dungeon for a couple of its maps, kind of a troll move at that point )
Quote from: Tomato on July 14, 2020, 01:30:52 PMThere's a lot of stuff in the hack that made me think "whoa, that's clever how they used this thing from FFIV in this new way" so maybe that's why. Or maybe the person just really liked FFIV and/or hacking it. I think it'd be fun to re-create FF1 with the FF5 or FF6 engine, just as a small little hobby project, and I get the feeling the FF2 remake guy had a similar motivation.
Quote from: Red Soul on July 15, 2020, 08:58:52 PMYou know, it always bothered me that FF3 (as in the NES game) never got the GBA treatment. I don't really like the 3D remakes (unless you are talking about FF6, which was at one point in the past FF3 on western territories?).
Quote from: Dark Phoenix on July 15, 2020, 10:23:41 PMI remember seeing a guy who was trying to do FF4 in FF6 using the FF6 hacker tools as well...
Quote from: Neon Streetlight on July 16, 2020, 09:01:09 AMThat has always bugged me too. The first 6 games have been remade multiple times in their original sprite-based 2D forms, and yet the only English localized versions of FF3 are the 3D remakes. The only good option we have is the Chaos Rush translation patch.
Quote from: Vanya on July 16, 2020, 10:32:12 AMYou can add me to that tally.It's disappointing that it's the only left out.As much as I love Chaos Rush's translation patch, I yearn for a 16-bit remake to go along with it.
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Quote from: Neon Streetlight on July 16, 2020, 01:10:22 PMCouldn't agree more. I've also never been a fan of the 3D remake's art style. The characters look like dolls to me. Hard to take the story seriously.
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