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Tear Ring Saga v0.8 released

26 July 2012 8:50AM EST - Update by alamone

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

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.

GBAMusRiper released

26 July 2012 6:09AM EST - Update by Bregalad

Utilities News - RHDN Project Page

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

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

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

Enjoy it!!

Final Fantasy IV, typo-free

19 July 2012 9:25AM EST - Update by Spooniest

ROM Hacks News - RHDN Project Page

There are lots and lots of Final Fantasy IV hacks on the site already, so you must be thinking, “Spooniest, you debonaire swashbuckling hex hero, what makes this one different?”

…Ok, maybe you’re not thinking exactly that, but what makes this one different is that it cleans up the text from Joel Smith’s “FF4 - Cosmetic Changes.” A handful of typos remained from J2e’s hack, and some punctuation and tone issues were present. The full change list is in the readme.

Maybe it’s pointless to try to get anyone to play Final Fantasy IV again, but I’ll be damned if I’m going to sit by while the only versions of the original SNES game available are riddled with typos.

SIDE NOTE: vivify93 requested that I change the ellipses in the game to the “single character” version that is found in the code, which I may still do, if I’m feeling saucy sometime.

Enjoy!

New Hacks Added to the Database

18 July 2012 4:20AM EST - Update by RHDNBot

ROM Hacks News

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The following Hacks have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

New Utilities Added to the Database

08 July 2012 2:01PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

Utilities News

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The following Utilities have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance: Anarchy Released!

30 June 2012 1:09AM EST - Update by Eternal248

ROM Hacks News - RHDN Project Page

For those of you who just couldn’t stand playing Final Fantasy Tactics Advance because of the questionable Law system, you’re in luck! FFTA: Anarchy is a small mod that I made a few months back with the help of Darthatron that removes Laws, allowing you to play the game without worrying about dumb laws such as Dmg2Animal or ColorMagic.

So what’re you waiting for! Download FFTA: Anarchy and cause some chaos!

New Translations Added to the Database

28 June 2012 10:54PM EST - Update by RHDNBot

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The following Translations have been submitted and approved to the database (in submitted order oldest to newest):

Samurai Pizza Cats & Sengoku - Vice Translations' Swan Song

28 June 2012 10:13PM EST - Update by Gideon Zhi

Translations News - RHDN Project Page

Kitsune Sniper retires from romhacking today (or so he claims, but we all know how that goes) and in so doing, releases patches for two games that he’s been working on for quite some time.

The first of these is the NES Samurai Pizza Cats game. It should be noted that this was produced in isolation from the other Samurai Pizza Cats translation, and includes a lower case font, text compression for an expanded script, and two distinct patches - one with a more literal translation, and one with a more true-to-the-spirit-of-the-TV-show localization. He’s been working on this for many years, and it deserves a look!

The second of these is for a beatemup called Sengoku, which Kitsune freely admits is terrible. But to each his own!

Announcement: Credit List

19 June 2012 4:54PM EST - Update by Nightcrawler

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Today we’re making an announcement about a new Credit List feature we deployed recently on the site. It has been several years in the making. It was originally an idea from Satsu on how to better facilitate proper crediting of people in our database. There were many technical hurdles to overcome at the time. Allowing multiple author selection was a good stop-gap solution over nothing, but it still fell very short.

Let’s say Aeon Genesis just released a new translation. That’s great, but just who was under that umbrella for this release? Who did the stellar job translating that script? Who did the programming? What about that guy who made that custom decompressor utility? There are many important people involved in our hacking projects that deserve formal community recognition. Simply cramming all those names in the author list is not an elegant solution at all.

A credit list is not a difficult concept, but it can be very difficult to try to shoehorn into a database with roots dating back many years, containing a haphazard mix of people and groups, and entries assigned in various different ways. How do you do this without having to reset all entries, or lose all of our existing valuable associations? It was not an easy question and it took a long time to implement a viable solution.

We finally came up with something that works after some additional input from Spinner 8. All existing data and associations are preserved, and we have added the ability to properly fix and credit any entries going forward. Both old and corrected entries will operate. It is unlikely that all old entries will ever be corrected, so it is imperative that both old and new work.

The current ‘Author’ field for hacks and translations will be used as the ‘Released By’ field in all entry and search pages. In the case of a group project, only the group name should go here. All people belonging to a group for that project shall go to the Credit List. In the case of an individual project, only the primary individual/s to be credited for the release belong. All others involved should be added to the new Credit List attached to the entry. Additional information can be found on the Credit List submission page, and you may see the following examples for reference:

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