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Princess Minerva V1.00 for SNES released!

24 December 2017 5:53AM EST - Update by taskforce

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Merry Christmas everyone! We here at D-D always try our best to give you a holiday ROM goodie, and this year we even made our Christmas release window! Santa says he hopes you like this little gem just in time for Christmas 2017!

Princess Minerva is a really interesting game. You control a squad of nine female warriors trying to stop a another group of female warriors from turning every young girl in the kingdom into a monster girl. Your party is divided into three sub parties which all fight battles at random. All Nine girls must be used in battle and you can’t control which team gets put into battle except in boss fights. It is a pretty fun and quite silly little turn based RPG that we hope you enjoy.

We highly recommend that you read the readme file as it will inform you about a few bugs to expect to encounter from the original Japanese rom and other things to expect during gameplay.

Super Famicom Wars Translation Released

24 December 2017 2:07AM EST - Update by optiroc

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Almost 20 years after its original Japanese release, the immediate ancestor to the beloved tactics game Advance Wars is finally playable in English.

Super Famicom Wars was developed by Intelligent Systems, published by Nintendo and first released on May 1 1998. The game was available exclusively via the Nintendo Power rewritable cartridge system, making it one of the hardest Super Famicom titles to obtain.

The game was followed up by two titles for Game Boy Advance then yet another two for Nintendo DS in relatively quick succession. Since then, not much has been heard about the series’ future from either Nintendo or Intelligent Systems. This is a shame, really, since the Wars series’ upbeat take on turn-based military strategy is uniquely charming and accessible. So, in a way, releasing this translation makes a new game in the Wars franchise available to the English speaking world for the first time in almost ten years.

New Utilities Added to the Database

21 December 2017 9:52AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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New Hacks Added to the Database

19 December 2017 9:28AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Breath of Fire GBA sound restoration patches released

17 December 2017 8:14PM EST - Update by Bregalad

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It is now possible to play Breath of Fire and Breath of Fire II on GBA with SNES music quality, thanks to the new sound restoration patches. Enjoy !

New Translations Added to the Database

17 December 2017 8:11PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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08 December 2017 8:38PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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Castlevania: The Holy Relics... Released!

07 December 2017 8:05PM EST - Update by Optomon

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A new Castlevania adventure is available to play for NES!

Simon Belmont has just defeated Dracula, but now faces a new enemy. Choose from 5 different stages before facing an evil necromancer in the game’s final stage. Make sure to use the power of the holy relics as you complete each stage!

Featuring all new weapons, bosses, enemies, and gampeplay, Castlevania: The Holy Relics is a rom hack done by Optomon throughout the course of 2017, with graphical contributions by Setz, Bit-Blade, Dr. Mario and Boneless Ivar. Version 1.0 will be up shortly!

War of the Dead (PCE) translation patch... happy 30th anniversary!

06 December 2017 11:04AM EST - Update by cccmar

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Hello everyone! This is a little commemoration project we came up with a couple of weeks ago. The original War of the Dead was released 30 years ago for MSX2. We figured we’d translate the PCE version though, as it’s likely one of the more playable ports. Despite quite a few gameplay differences, the story in each version is the same. The game is quite unusual in its setting, being a horror-themed action RPG that came out before the likes of much more well-known games, such as Sweet Home. Either way, here it is - we hope you enjoy it. Be sure to check the readme/text version of the manual for additional tips/pieces of advice!

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