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New Utilities Added to the Database
27 August 2012 9:42PM EST - Update by RHDNBot
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The following Utilities have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):
- Shenmue Translation Pack (Game Specific)(Multiple)
- STR Converter (Miscellaneous)(PSX)
- Bugs Bunny Crazy Constructor (Level Editors)(GB)
- NFTR2BMP (Miscellaneous Graphics Tools)(NDS)
- Rewriter (Script Extraction / Insertion)(NA)
- GBAMusRiper (Sound)(GBA)
- CompressTools (Miscellaneous)(Multiple)
- Radiant Historia DS Script Dumper (Script Extraction / Insertion)(NDS)
- Wario Land 3 Level Editor (Level Editors)(GB)
- Moai Senpai (Game Specific)(NES)
Yuan Shao's Revenge (Destiny of an Emperor Mod)
24 August 2012 10:22AM EST - Update by MiDKnighT
Yuan Shao’s Revenge (Destiny of an Emperor mod) now on Romhacking.net!
The setting takes place between the Yellow Turban rebellion and the timeframe of the Cao Cao vs Yuan Shao war (200 AD). Play as Yuan Shao and lead your army to victory!
The Last Promise is Out!
18 August 2012 5:47PM EST - Update by Blazer
I just wanted to give a heads-up that The Last Promise, a Fire Emblem hack that’s been under progress for over four years, finally has a complete patch out.
It’s the first full-length vanilla hack–as in, it changes text, graphics, level design, music, the engine, and even other things–with thousands of hours put into it! In many ways, it’s like a completely new game, and Fire Emblem fans in the west haven’t had one of those in a while, so feel free to give it a try!
Thanks for everyone who has supported the project up to this point, and have a great day!
New Hacks Added to the Database
16 August 2012 4:21PM EST - Update by RHDNBot
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The following Hacks have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):
- FF4 - Cosmetic Changes 2 (Addendum)(Final Fantasy IV)(SNES)
- Super Mario Advance - Classic Toad Voice (Improvement)(Super Mario Advance)(GBA)
- The Final Fantasy Legend Proper-caser (Improvement)(Final Fantasy Legend)(GB)
- Castlevania - Prelude Of Darkness (Collection) (Complete)(Castlevania)(NES)
- Zelda3 Parallel Remodel (Complete)(The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)(SNES)
- Final Fantasy V: Ancient Cave (Complete)(Final Fantasy V)(SNES)
- Blaster ReMaster (Complete)(Blaster Master)(NES)
- Mega Man - Dr. Wily Visits Indonesia (Complete)(Mega Man III)(NES)
- NEW NEW Super Mario Bros. 3 (1990) (Complete)(Super Mario Bros. 3)(NES)
- Link’s Pink Be Gone (Improvement)(The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)(SNES)
The Front Mission project continues with big updates
03 August 2012 5:42AM EST - Update by KaioShin
The folks behind the Front Mission 5 patch are still working on making the rest of the franchise (not just the games!) available in English. They just released a patch for Front Mission 2 that translated about 70% of the game. The whole script has been translated and the remaining parts are awaiting insertion. In the meantime the team included a text version of the script so those who can’t wait can read from it while playing the untranslated bits.
They also released a prototype patch for Front Mission Alternative.
Head over to their homepage for patches and news updates.
Zelda3 Parallel Remodel
30 July 2012 9:05AM EST - Update by puzzledude
Parallel Remodel is a remodeled version of the famous Zelda3 hack Parallel Worlds, that we all know as an extremely difficult game. Parallel Worlds is altogether a great technological marvel, with new gfx, various asm patches, completely new overworld and dungeons etc. It has the potential of being even better than Alttp, but the gameplay is somewhat to radical. The backtracking was (in not so rare occasions) escalated to the extreme, the same goes for the health of some enemies. Some intelectual problems in the dark world dungeons are algorithm marvels: sure this is a good thing for math (Euclid really fits his nickname), but this is not a good thing for the player, who can easily give up.
Thus the idea of a remodel was born and was approved by SePH. Parallel Remodel therefore brings the difficulty to normal: backtracking was reduced almost to zero, algorithm problems were replaced, various semi bosses were reduced, special stunts like bomb jumping etc were removed, dark rooms are now lit etc.
Parallel Remodel is a game, that’s fair to the player and doesn’t want to force any super tricks, stunts or logic to finish the game, while still having a decent difficulty. It makes Parallel Worlds enjoyable. You don’t have to use save states or cheats to finish the game. You don’t have to be a veteran or a super player either. You will not be frustrated while playing.
Dragon Force II Gameplay Translation Released
27 July 2012 11:47PM EST - Update by Verve Fanworks
Through the fire and flames, we carry on! Started many moons ago by two-fan crew Sandslice and Sixfortyfive, the Dragon Force II translation effort has proceeded in fits and starts and lives on as a community-wide project at Verve Fanworks. We’re grateful for all the support we’ve received from the RHDN community and a veritable army of testers over the years.
This release will let English-speaking Dragon Force fans understand the flow of gameplay, from navigating menus to conducting armies on the field to managing domestic affairs. What it does not do is translate the story. One out of eight storyline scenarios is complete and awaiting insertion, and a second is partially translated, but given the project’s size it’s clear we’re going to need a lot more translation help if a fully English Dragon Force II is ever to see the light of day.
In addition to attracting more volunteer Japanese-to-English translators, we hope this release will spark a healthy fan community around a game that definitely deserves a cult following. Users new to Saturn emulation will want to pay very close attention to the readme and head over to our Dragon Force II project forum with the inevitable questions. Our readme will become a living document as it’s updated with frequently asked questions and answers.
Let’s leave you with a forty minute presentation highlighting the game’s beautiful music and artwork alongside the gameplay translation in action, plus a story preview for one of the eight scenarios and our QA tester recruitment drive video.
Tear Ring Saga v0.8 released
26 July 2012 8:50AM EST - Update by alamone
After many years, a first public release is finally available for Tear Ring Saga, English translation v0.8, by ayashii gamesubs. It’s in a rough state with not much proofreading, but most of the game should be translated. The patch is over 10MB and is the massive culmination of many efforts. Refer to the readme.txt for more info and please check it out.
26 July 2012 6:09AM EST - Update by Bregalad
GBAMusRiper is a brand new utility that allows you to rip music from many commercial GBA games into a combination of MIDI (.mid) and SoundFont (.sf2) formats.
Although a few rippers already exist, this is the most complete one as it allows you to replay music that sounds exactly like the original but without emulating the GBA.
Bare Knuckle III spanish translation
25 July 2012 5:45PM EST - Update by -pepodmc
Well, this is a spanish translation of the game Bare Knuckle 3 for Sega Genesis.This translation is 95% complete, and , in addition to the translation, this rom has new features like:
- Roo selectable from the beginning
- stage select and nine lives (without cheats)
- another customizations