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Front Mission 5 Beta Patch Released!
06 January 2010 5:11AM EST - Update by LegaiaRules
After 2 years in development and countless hours of hard work, the Front Mission 5 fan translation is now complete! Voice-overs aside, everything else has been changed from Japanese to English. Interfaces, menus, graphics, and of course, the dialogue itself! There were sound-related problems with the English-subtitled opening FMV (no sound in the game) so YouTube was used as a workaround solution.
Enjoy the final product and many thanks to all those who supported us (including you, the romhacking.net community)!
MIJET releases 2 patches + announcement
28 December 2009 8:32PM EST - Update by Pennywise
In addition to an updated Langrisser patch and new Silviana patch for the MSX, MIJET has a public announcement regarding the first four SegaNET Phantast Star Text Adventures (Kinds, Anne, Huey, Shilka). The ROM’s that were dumped were not complete versions, but beta versions with various bugs. Until someone re-dumps them, they would be ideally played on the MegaCD.
Dynamic-Designs releases Mystic Ark v 1.01
24 December 2009 8:12PM EST - Update by Neil
An update from Dynamic Designs’ Mystic Ark project from group member Red Soul:
Today we at D-D released Mystic Ark v 1.01. We are pleased to announce it works universally both on copiers and emulators, including those with accurate coding in mind. For this reason we are recommending BSNES for this release, although one is free to use any of the other excellent SNES emulators available to play our release.
Please consider this fine piece our Christmas gift for the community and expect more great things from D-D in the future.
You may find this patch archived here at RHDN.
Captain Silver translation complete!
24 December 2009 7:32PM EST - Update by Pennywise
This Christmas I present to everyone a complete translation patch for the NES game Captain Silver. It should be without issues, so enjoy.
Staff Note - You can find this translation archived here at RHDN.
New Translations Added to the Database
25 December 2009 9:35PM EST - Update by RHDNBot
This is an automated message generated by ROMhacking.net’s RHDNBot.
The following Translations have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):
- Ninja Jajamaru (English)(Complete)(NES)
- Moon Princess Legend: (English)(Complete)(NES)
- Ninja Gaiden (Spanish)(Complete)(NES)
- Contra (English)(Complete)(NES)
- Super Bomberman 4 (English)(Complete)(SNES)
- Monkey Island 2: LeChuck’s Revenge (Portuguese)(Complete)(PC)
- Maharajah (English)(Complete)(NES)
- Lunar: Walking School (English)(Complete)(GG)
- Ganbare Goemon (English)(Complete)(MSX)
- Ace of Spades (English)(Complete)(PC)
- BS The Legend of Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets (German)(Complete)(SNES)
- Final Fantasy VII (Italian)(Complete)(PSX)
Glory of Heracles 3 finally gets done!
22 December 2009 9:50PM EST - Update by DaMarsMan
After it’s original beta release, DaMarsMan and the team at DQ Translations are proud to present the Glory of Heracles 3 fan translation! A beta patch for this game was released 3 years ago which had some very serious bugs. The entire hacking has been redone and everything seems to be working great now!
Although this game is not known to foreigners, in Japan this is one of the most beloved games of all time! The games writer is none other than Kazushige Nojima. He’s famous for his writing in Final Fantasy VII and some other works.
A youtube trailer can be viewed here.
Report bugs in the DQ Translation forums and enjoy.
RHDN 4th Anniversary!
23 December 2009 8:49AM EST - Update by Nightcrawler
RHDN turns four! What a fourth year its been! RHDN and its members have definitely proven we’re tough and have some serious staying power this year. After being embroiled by a dramatic Internet hacking caper in June from a HyperVM exploit, our VPS server fell to complete data loss along with thousands of others. We were down, but far from out! We suffered a few weeks of downtime, rebuilt from backup, and restored remaining information with the help of our strong user base. Fast forward a few months later and we’re back to near record traffic and visits once again! If that can hardly leave a dent on RHDN and its members, I don’t know what can! It was a proud moment to see everybody work together, rebuild, and move forward to become better than ever!
This year saw several big improvements to the site. With RHDN 2.2 we saw: full site UTF-8 support to better serve our global community, a new font section was introduced, and navigation and functional improvements were made. We also revitalized and reworked our IRC channel #romhacking.net to better tie in with the site and be the extension to RHDN it was meant to be. Joining together our two staffs, we kicked off the improved channel with a two day meet and greet IRC event. It was great to expose new people to IRC and have them come out to the channel for a fun online event. We will also definitely be considering the possibilities of what can be done for future events. Some ideas considered would be a Q&A session, mentoring session, or even a small ROM hacking class.
The largest global force of ROM hackers ever assembled is still in full force and propelling RHDN one year closer to being the longest lasting ROM hacking focused site of its kind! What challenges does RHDN face for year five? We’ve got to continue to encourage, promote, and facilitate user contribution. Our contribution base is strong, but there’s still room for more of us to join the band and bring RHDN to the next level! Our user contribution is what makes RHDN what it is. We will continue to look for more ways to give additional site editing power to the users, display your contributions, and hopefully encourage new people to jump on the contribution bandwagon! We will certainly continue to evaluate site navigation and functionality to improve the user experience and make it easier than ever for you to contribute!
The overwhelming majority of our new users today come from Google searches on a variety of topics from gaming to emulation. Sometimes, the search terms may be unrelated (such as game titles) to what we do here. We have to continue to improve our accessibility to outsiders and gracefully deal with people who do not know what our community is all about, and other ‘growing pains’ so to speak. RHDN has grown beyond its niche roots and we have to look at ways to continue to adapt to our large site status.
So, what’s in store for 2010? I’ve already mentioned a few things throughout that we will be trying to achieve. Surely, we’ll see an RHDN 2.3 release covering several of those items. Though no official development plan has been made yet, I’d expect you may see: an improved site and forum layout, improved submission form interface and options, fun additions to your profiles and community database pages, enhanced database relationships, and possibly a new section or two!
If you’ve got some good ideas or ways to improve the site, we’d love to hear them in the Site Talk section of our forums! Its only with a combined effort that we can continue to be the unwavering global force that we are today and keep RHDN a valuable resource for years to come! We can make year five the best year yet!
Old School Ero-Gaming - Ace of Spades
22 December 2009 4:33AM EST - Update by golden
Ace of Spades for the PC is now completely translated into English. It’s a popular strip Poker/Blackjack Ero-Game published in 1996 which features some really nice artwork characteristic of its time. Also, filler did a great job with the translation.
Story-wise, it’s certainly not the best among its peers but it’s a fun game and will definitely entertain you. Check the README for other details and enjoy!
NOTE: This game is not meant to be played by minors due to its adult content.
NESICIDE gets a face lift and goes open source!
30 December 2009 4:50AM EST - Update by HJRodrigo
Christopher Pow has joined forces with Tim Sarbin aka “essial” to make NESICIDE open source, cross platform (OSX, Linux, and Windows) and multi threaded. This bumps NESICIDE to version 2 and the rendering is done in OpenGL, GUI is using Qt, and audio is using libSDL. NESICIDE now has a git page, which can be found at http://gitorious.org/nesicide. essial says that if you would like to contribute, you can contact them (most of the time) at irc.freenode.net on channel #nesicide
Staff note: There is no new binary release yet, so for now if you’re interested in trying out the program you’ll have no choice but to grab the current source and compile it for yourself.
LUNAR: Walking School Translation Complete!
17 December 2009 5:19PM EST - Update by Gideon Zhi
After apparently twelve long years, the combined efforts of Aeon Genesis and Some Good Shit Translations have finally produced a translation of the “lost” LUNAR title: Walking School for the gamegear. The patch now ready and the game can be enjoyed completely in English! Have fun, and don’t forget to remind Professor Dadis of who you are every now and again.