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File: 6c2347bcbe7b770⋯.jpg (94.34 KB, 300x297, 100:99, MC-VideoGameJP (1).jpg)

 No.4649[View All]

Pics related and also Akira for the Nintendo Famicom, Assault suits Leynos 2, both Super Robot wars games for the Sega Saturn, and the Eroge game who's name when translated into English means "Classmates" for the Super Famicom and PC engine. What are your wants?

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 No.4857

>>4854

Pic with timestamp of the GBC games or gtfo

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 No.4860

File: 77ec7c604514ce0⋯.jpg (106.87 KB, 335x407, 335:407, 67434-Ganbare_Goemon_-_Hos….jpg)

>>4857

Goddamn it took me forever to get this game and if my organization wasn't a disaster and my handheld games scattered I'd totally show you. Was worth it because it was fun as fuck.

It's cart only but I'm glad I got to play it. I understand why you wouldn't believe me but you'll just have to take my word for it for now. If I dig it up I will definitely post it.

even less believable I got it for 10 dollars

My friend has it CiB and I'm mad jelly of it. He's the one who got me into the series to begin with.

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 No.4861

>>4860

The fucking music man, that first stage tune/remix is out of this world. I'll takenyour word.

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 No.4867

File: 57c05935a9096fa⋯.jpg (36.71 KB, 576x769, 576:769, Sakura-Wars-Cover.jpg)

I know there's a guy working on a translation but he's a faggot and I worry the translation will be edited to remove anything 'problematic'.

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 No.4916

File: 6ff9d07c05eb4d0⋯.png (51.67 KB, 640x256, 5:2, 2550_dbs1.png)

>>4806

No, I only know english and french. Might be able to manage the spanish games with some effort and a dictionary.

I found the games by browsing category listings like this:

http://lemonamiga.com/games/list.php?list_genre=Adventure&list_sub_genre=Graphics/Text

Looks like (pic) is missing from their list though. Found that one on hol.abime.net (it also lets you browse by category).

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 No.4917

>>4916

>I found the games by browsing category listings like this:

Thanks for the link. I love games like this and I really need to get into the Amiga some more.

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 No.5471

File: 1b4b2c809cafea1⋯.jpg (8.33 KB, 320x173, 320:173, Glory of Heracles IV - Gif….jpg)

Thought it might be worth mentioning here; Glory of Heracles IV: Gift from the Gods has finally seen an initial release of its English patch.

http://transcorp.romhacking.net/projects/herc4/

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 No.5480

File: ea2b0aef5b3341b⋯.jpg (192.39 KB, 824x1168, 103:146, page0001-85px-Soldnerschil….jpg)

File: 66df60c8abd3379⋯.jpg (188.92 KB, 1000x877, 1000:877, s-l1000.jpg)

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 No.5481

Devastators for Sega CD, Yuyuki for FDS, unreleased famicom version of Monster party, Policenauts for NEC PC-98 as well as the Saturn version, Sailor moon for 3DO, Dragon Quest 3 for PS1, Dr. Hauzer for 3DO, and Super Robot Wars for N64 are up there

Not necessarily in need of translation, but never came to region 1 countries or was cancelled near completion: Darix for 32X(Europe and Australia only), Numerous ZX Spectrum and A800 games involving cards, NES Parodius, Star Fox 2, Terra Cresta for NES, and Crack'd for NES(only came out in Europe and Australia).

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 No.5482

>>5481

>Policenauts for NEC PC-98 as well as the Saturn version

http://policenauts.net/english/patches.html

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 No.5579

>>5482

BUMP BUMP

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 No.5581

File: 72739c4907a4e15⋯.png (3.88 KB, 640x400, 8:5, 1406titlescreen.png)

Apparently there's an english patch for this game, but site is down?

http://www.romhacking.net/translations/1507/

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 No.5582

>>5581

Is that for IBM MS-DOS, MSX, X1, or PC-98?

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 No.5584

>>5582

That title screen is from PC-88 version. They have more pics here:

http://www.mobygames.com/game/black-onyx

I'm not much a fan of how the NES version looks, but the rest seem ok. I'm also interested in the Sharp X1 and MSX versions, but only PC-88 and SG-1000 seem to have been translated. Then again, the translator (LordKarnov42) mentioned somewhere that the code is all BASIC language, so it should just be a matter of replacing the same strings. Apparently he also started doing Black Onyx 2. Actually, yeah he posted about it here a couple years ago:

http://crpgaddict.blogspot.fr/2015/02/the-black-onyx-won-with-final-rating.html

Anyway, that romhacking.net site is back up now, but I can't find the original PC-88 disk image! There's a big zip file with hundreds of those games on archive.org, but the file gets downloaded to my computer as ________ PC88___(1817____).zip and a whole bunch of the files inside have unprintable characters (even though I'm using UTF-8 environment).

So now have to find a rom site with just Black Onyx by itself, I guess…

PC-88 videos here:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=364J35Sk3zM

https://youtube.com/watch?v=eok9qTHdL0c

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 No.5606

>>5581

Well I found two dumps of this game in a zip from myabandonware.com, but they don't match the checksum given for this IPS. So now I'm wondering where he even got his dumps from…

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 No.5609

>>4651

>>4652

Both of those games use some form of ROM compression so you won't be seeing a fan translation for them anytime soon.

>>4773

>Mizzurna Falls

The script for that has been translated and just needs to be inserted into the game if http://projectmizzurna.tumblr.com/ is anything to go by.

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 No.5610

>>5609

>Both of the 1st 2 Yugioh games are among the GB/GBC titles use some form of Z80-based Rom compression

CITATION NEEDED

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 No.5611

>>5610

Open it up in a tile editor and look at it yourself.

Tell me if you find the character tiles.

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 No.5612

>>5611

Oh, alright.

However, It is not impossible to de-compress ZIP or GB/GBC rom files. It just happens to take lots of time to complete.

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 No.5613

>>5612

Its not about time as much as its about knowledge.

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 No.5667

Wachenröder looks interesting, Yoshitoshi ABe worked on that game I think.

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 No.5672

File: a6a1dbe305828ae⋯.png (5.5 KB, 320x200, 8:5, la_abadia_del_crimen.png)

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 No.5676

>>4848

Goemon 2 on super famicom is currently getting translated by DDS

https://twitter.com/DDSTrans

Dont lose hope yet brother.

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 No.5679

File: 3eba81ea0f6debd⋯.jpg (208.64 KB, 412x286, 206:143, nanatsu kaze no shima mono….jpg)

This awesome looking Saturn game.

Nanatsu Kaze no Shima Monogatari

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 No.5680

>>5676

I could have sworn AG was holding a Goemon 2 SFC translation that they hadn't posted any progress updates in a long ass time for. Not to say that multiple groups can't work on their own patches of the same game (Mystic Ark and Tales of Phantasia PS1 being good examples of games that have seen multiple finished translation efforts), but did DDS wrest the project from them since AG is doing fuck all with translating these days?

On a related note, does DDS have their own webpage, or just that twitter account? I like to keep tabs on various translators, especially if they're the sort to work on multiple games/series over the years.

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 No.6547

>>4804

awesome

I'd been looking for some spanish-only games since I've been studying the language for six years now

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 No.6751

File: c5e84a73dc01732⋯.jpg (268.62 KB, 600x1084, 150:271, New Sacred Era - La Wares.jpg)

>>4851

Probably a really fucking late reply, but it's out (v1.00) as of Valentines Day. D-D also put out a translation patch (1.02 now) for Princess Minerva, another SFC JRPG, for Christmas last year, for those still here that might not be aware.

http://www.dynamic-designs.us/lawares.shtml

http://www.dynamic-designs.us/princessminerva.shtml

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 No.6752

File: 945852eeb79add8⋯.jpg (246.38 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, goemon-shiggy.jpg)

>>5676

The only one that needs a translation patch is GG3, though. The other two are perfectly playable without knowing any Nip.

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 No.6760

Anything that's not a turn-based RPG.

Also, this looks neat:

http://neko.works/index.php?static=fbcr

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 No.6761

File: 7ef6c47bb5c81a3⋯.jpg (104.53 KB, 640x539, 640:539, TengaiMakyouZiria.jpg)

File: a882813f88ae8ab⋯.jpg (34.25 KB, 330x310, 33:31, TengaiMakyouIIManjiMaru.jpg)

File: 8a5cfb8ec373155⋯.jpg (73.98 KB, 470x467, 470:467, TengaiMakyouDaiyonNoMokush….jpg)

Let's also throw in 2005's Tengai Makyou / Far East of Eden III: Namida for PS2 just to complete the main series.

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 No.6762

File: f0198904f1fa409⋯.jpg (76.46 KB, 290x533, 290:533, Far East of Eden Zero.jpg)

>>6761

Reminds me that all three games currently in English apparently aren't even "core" games in the series; one of which being a fighting spinoff. Also might mention Zero did at least get finished last year, and is currently on patch 3.0.

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 No.6779

File: 1dc05aa643ab9c2⋯.jpg (72.2 KB, 640x547, 640:547, 35092_back.jpg)

Moonlight syndrome. JUST MAKE IT HAPPEN!

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 No.6791

>>6779

It would be pretty tough since a majority of the dialogue in the game is spoken Japanese - so you'd either have to hard code subtitles, or get a pretty diverse cast of people together to read off a completely translated and time english script.

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 No.6811

File: 092b63a7e8ff47f⋯.jpg (118.44 KB, 600x1000, 3:5, The Great Battle V.jpg)

Seems like five The Great Battle games got surprise patches a few days back.

>On this day it's been 19 years since AGTP first opened its doors on PCPages, and we have five releases to celebrate!

>A couple of months ago I was talking with TheMajinZenki and a few other folks about the English release of Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon Dwellers, and thinking that it might be nice for folks to have a little context for some of the more esoteric pulls from Banpresto's back catalog. We got it in our heads that it´d be a fun idea to do all five primary entries in Banpresto's old The Great Battle series, giving people a glimpse into the history of Fighter Roar, Compatible Kaiser, Dark Brain, and the rest, and we figured that since they were relatively small games individually that it wouldn´t be all that tough to do. The job wasn't without challenges, but here we have it!

>I'll be posting further updates about the states of various projects tomorrow, but for now I want to give these five games the spotlight. Enjoy!

Two and half years since any updates from that faggot. On the one hand, at least there's new stuff. On the other, he posted that on the 7th and it's now past "tomorrow" with still no progress reports on other shit. Wouldn't be surprised at this point if it took him forever to even post those.

Each game has their own page, so I'm just going to link the first one.

http://agtp.romhack.net/project.php?id=tgb1

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 No.6812

File: 820eba94fc4b3da⋯.png (4.06 KB, 256x224, 8:7, 0.png)

Still waiting on Shin Megami Tensei if…

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 No.6813

>>6812

Only time will tell if that faggot Zhi actually bringing it up, should "Tomorrow" finally arrive with his progress reports. Seriously, two and half years of fuck all. You'd think he forgot he ran a site. Wouldn't be surrpised if such silence has put off what relevance he might have had. I'd been making more of an effort to check D-D and Nightcrawler's sites to see if they've got anything new out than AGTP until the other day.

Speaking of fan-translation faggotry, tangentially /vr/ related, but A0t decided "Tales no longer needs fan translations", nuked all their projects in the works, and deleted all the patches they'd finished from their site. Granted, it's not like prepatched game files don't exist elsewhere on the net already, but if anyone wants backups of the patches they did finish, you can find them on the archived version of the site from pages prior to February 2018.

https://web.archive.org/web/20170919213100/http://a0t.co/phantasia/

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 No.6856

>>4656

>>4655

PS2 compilation remake English patch is out now, and in addition to the actual translation for text (and video), includes fixes to bugs the Japanese ISO had, along with reimplementing the attract mode FMVs and Extra Menu from the PS1 originals.

http://ateliertraduction.forumactif.org/t31-release-of-the-atelier-marie-elie-s-english-patch-on-ps2

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 No.6876

>>6813

Gideon won't get off his ass. He doesn't even know japanese for fuck's sake. He's gone sjw and probably pissed off whatever translator was willing to work with him.

A0T went full retard trying to justify themselves for quitting. Sure, you can quit but don't write a wall of text using mental gymnastics to make it seem like it was the noble thing to do. The games they dropped will not be getting official translations now. Possibly remakes/remasters (when they finally run out of imagination completely) will be in english.

They wanted to quit back when they were doing Phantasia X/Narikiri Dungeon X but quit that project halfway through to focus on the game they REALLY wanted to translate. And lasted about a year with minimal updates every month before running out of steam. They even locked the site so no one can comment to call them out on their bullshit.

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 No.6899

File: df11f41c06f8280⋯.jpg (505.03 KB, 823x1500, 823:1500, Growth or Devolution.jpg)

G.O.D.: Growth or Devolution saw an Easter release of its v.99 patch by Dynamic Designs.

>[…]After roughly 4 years of production, G.O.D. is ready for the world to play! It may have taken longer than planned and may have been fraught with slowdowns, but this great, classic RPG has finally attained the level of attention, detail, and polish it so deserves. Please see the readme for more details on the production process.

>I strongly believe that G.O.D. is (was) one of the last great untranslated SNES RPGS. Before I began working on it, I did a very wide search for information about the game, but it was extremely difficult to come up with anything. I could find a couple of Japanese sites, and a few so-so FAQs in English, but really…nothing substancial - at least not what you would expect to find for a game that also received a PSX remake. After having delved into the scripts and game, I now fully understand why the game didn't get localized (sorry… spoilers), and it's a real shame that it didn't because the game is wonderful! In fact, I'm crossing my fingers that the SNES translation will draw more attention to the PSX remake in the hopes that someone will take a stab at it someday.

>As always, a big thanks goes out to everyone involved. There's no way I could have gotten the game so polished without you. You all deserve big pats on the back and have my utmost respect. This patch is dedicated to the families of all members at D-D and the families of everyone involved on this project. Thank you so much for putting up with us and allowing us the time to work on this great hobby!

>At this time, our G.O.D. English patch is available in all offered formats. Please visit our download section or the project page to obtain patches and have fun!

>And if you think that was all we had, keep scrolling for another big treat!

http://www.dynamic-designs.us/god.shtml

The other thing mentioned in the post was the release of an English patch for Ranma ½ Hard Battle II Super Move Hustle

http://www.dynamic-designs.us/ranmahb2.shtml

>>6876

>They even locked the site so no one can comment to call them out on their bullshit.

And in killing their forums they killed any way to get in contact with the Rebirth team that was mooching off their boards. I guess now, if they ever do want to give a progress report (assuming that group's even still making progress), they'll have to actually update their own project's site instead.

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 No.6966

>>4649

https://www.romhacking.net/translations/1725/

Akira already has a fan translation.

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 No.6967

>>4654

Those Craft Sword Story spin offs are more interesting than the main series, which are less interesting than Flightplan’s other SRPG shit like Black/Matrix.

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 No.6968

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 No.6969

>>4658

I really liked this one because it is an JRPG where enemies can stay dead once you fight them. Other than Soul Blazer and Illusion of Gaia, there are not many JRPG with a finite amount of enemies.

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 No.6970

>>4661

>FMV sequences of the loli heroine taking her clothes off.

You disgust me. No wonder your series had shit like Dragon Song.

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 No.6971

>>4662

Not even a trio. Atlus had no real plans to translate the third Sword Craft Story despite fans liked the other two just enough.

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 No.6972

>>4672

What is the point of fan translating a heavy text game that already had a stellar English translation with even GOOD voice acting? There is nothing in the PC Engine version that was not carried over to the Sega CD version.

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 No.6973

>>4867

The first two original games have legit Russian translations for some reason. Don’t know how accurate they were given how often smaller languages get shitty translations.

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 No.6974

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 No.6975

>>5667

Has character designs by him and Range Murata. Don’t know about how much they contributed to the plot.

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 No.6976

>>6812

https://lparchive.org/Shin-Megami-Tensei-if/

If you are interested in the plot, the guy which translated Eien ni Filena and Enegy Breaker goes over all the essential dialogue in his (voiceless) let’s play.

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