Sword Art Online: Infinity Moment [PSP]

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    Hey guys, im creating this thread for those who are big fans and for those who didnt know about this game of SAO, this game is not released yet, but im just going to dive and from this point hope someone start thinking of making a translation (im just saying to start thinking to make, not to make! it would be very appreciated)


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    Namco Bandai’s upcoming PSP conversion of Sword Art Online follows a story different from the newly launched anime.
    In the game version, a mysterious system error occurs in Aincrad, the 100-floor world of the in-game MMO ‘Sword Art Online’. The game becomes realized on the 75th floor of Aincrad and beyond. Players are tasked with climbing the next 25 stories. Just like the anime, there are bosses on each floor, but there are also mobs over level 90. It is unclear at what level players start the game.
    You’ll play as Kirito, the main character of the anime, who can be equipped with a number of weapons, including: a one-handed sword, dual swords, dual axes, a dagger, or a rapier. Each weapon will have its own Sword Skills. In addition to skills which appeared in the anime, there will also be skills outside battle. New, unique skills will appear by continuing the “Sword Arts School.”

    Release date: March 14, 2013

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    If anyone is fan too i hope someone start thinking to translate this, for me, and for all those who like this awesome anime ^^



    Official Game Website:
    http://swordart-online-game.channel.or.jp/
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    StorMyu "I'm too old for this"

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    Please don't just think it's a piece of cake to translate something, for the moment most project were friendly enough but it could also be a real mess and the PSP is still not up to the task when it comes to debugging.
    (thus why I have big troubles fixing some "little" stuff in Digimon right now)

    Edit: but the game does look nice. worth a shot, and also most things is already in English so...
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    Yh i know that myu, i never said it was easy, if you guys could in the future take a shot to it me and much others would be very appreciated, dont get me wrong, think first and then when u guys have the time go for it, i love ur guys patches, and i imagine the work that they give, so as u guys says, i can w8 for a "perfect thing" to be made, ty for the feedback myu ;)
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    StorMyu "I'm too old for this"

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    well no problem, but I'm sure you'll have tons of "menu patch" first (even if from what I see most of the stuff is already in English xD)
    I like to work on translation project but I have already tons to finish first, but I guess I'll take a glance when it comes out just to tell you if it's do-able or not.
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    Ok, u have my gratitude, hope u, Roxas and the others could take a look at this "seriously", ty ;)
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    I am all for this
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    Haven't seen the series but the game looks like it could be fun. I'd be up for offering a hand during translation should the ability to do so come up.
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    aww this game looks incredible, damn another game that we'll never see
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    it's looked like P.S.P2 !!! well its a great stroy for future technology game. and i really enjoy the anime :>
    I could help u if u want
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    StorMyu "I'm too old for this"

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    Help how ?
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    If you are refering to translation, talk with Stormyu, i think if u know that stuff u guys can talk about and come with agreements for translations.
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    make it happen!!! :D
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    I'm so waiting for this game.
    Too bad we will not see it outside Japan by official ways.
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    Yah, let's pray for a translation :lol:
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    Unfortunately is easier to pray for World Peace :/
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    CrashmanX Current project: Danball Senki BOOST (PSP)

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    Actually, it's easier if you just give the game a try. Picking up PSP translation isn't that difficult for most games. Especially ones with lots of English already in it. This one ought to be pretty easy since it should have correct spacing between all the characters already (Keywords are ought and should). All you gotta do is pick up a bit of coding and Japanese. It'll take about a year to fully learn Japanese and maybe 6th months to learn what you need for the game, providing there are no huge setbacks.
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    A year to fully learn Japanese is just plain wrong, haha... Maybe for kana and the words that are spoken like english words (katakana).
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    I'm just a common user, from translations or japanese language i dont know nothing, my role here is just to "lift the will up" of someone who can translate this game, i know he has somes parts in english already but im talking about a FULL PATCH, cause i want to read all story and stuff (im not asking for someone TO DO IT, if someone COULD do it its another thing, dont get me wrong), since StarMyu said he would take a look whens he gets out, and then after we hope to get some good news ;)
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    I was actually refeering to official translation a.k.a. a soft-house translate (like Atlus) and sell on stores.

    Anyways, Ione year is not enough to learn Japanese to talk or even get the kanjis.
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