Remote Control Dandy
|Released By||LIPEMCO! Translations|
|Patching Information||Targets BIN/Cue (Disc Based)|
|Game Date||22 July 1999|
|Release Date||17 November 2020|
|Last Modified||17 November 2020|
In 1999, twelve-year-old Mamoru Oza, heir to the largest fortune in the world, received two gifts from his father. The first: A simple handheld remote controller…which operated the fifty-meter-tall combat robot “Vordan”. The second: Ownership of the newly-established Torino Defense Force Co., Ltd, a company formed to combat the “Enigmabots” – mysterious giant robots rampaging through the world’s major cities. Remote in hand, Mamoru now finds himself the sole hope of survival for the people of Torino City.
Can a boy, his robot, and a single remote solve the riddle of the Enigmabots and save the world…without going bankrupt first?
Remote Control Dandy is a 1999 mecha action game by Human Entertainment for the Sony PlayStation. In a major departure from most mecha games, it hearkens back to giant robot shows of the ’50s and ’60s such as Tetsujin 28-gou, in which the robots, rather than containing a human pilot, are controlled from afar via remote. The game adopts this as its core mechanic: not only does the player have to contend with remotely navigating their robot in the manner of an RC car, but also personally run after it to keep it in sight, all while not getting stepped on by enemy robots.
This is a full English translation of Remote Control Dandy for the PlayStation.
Aside from the text, subtitles have been added to scenes which were originally voice-only, and all in-level textures such as billboards are also translated. The only thing not translated is the downloadable PocketStation app, but since it’s just a small rock-paper-scissors minigame with no connection to the real game, and very minimal text, it’s probably not going to pose much of an issue.
ROM / ISO Information:
- Redump name: Remote Control Dandy
- CRC32: 4574c978
- MD5: cefdeaabd493fa85ad95cd1da2855a9b
- SHA-1: ed3a4f0c200b3c3bed121c50d427d5b6248e69ae
User Review Information
Epic addictiveness.Reviewed By: kaiisen on 20 Nov 2020
If you find yourself challenged by the controls, don’t be! In a couple dozen minutes you’ll be piloting in this game like a champ.
This game is so highly addictive and so much fun, and most of all, the battles are epic!
The story is told in a beautiful VN style with animated portraits of characters just like an anime.
All robots have their own style of controls, but once you get the basics you shouldn’t find any trouble whatsoever. Like, Perseval can generate electricity, so to use his own abilities you have to 360° spin his torso once, twice, or thrice so it can generate enough electricity to perform stronger moves. Vordan can use his jet propulsion to perform stronger attacks and even launch his arms towards the enemy. Gareth can use his steam engine to boost his kicks.
This has to be some of the best graphics for a PS1 game, I wish there would be more gems like this getting translated.
Thank you so much for this great translaton, it’s a blast of fun! I’ll definitely play it over and over again.
I haven’t found any bugs nor typos while playing the game.
Version 1.0 Recommended - Yes
|Epic addictiveness.||kaiisen||20 Nov 2020||1.0||Yes|