Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart - Complete English Translation Re

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  1. arcademaster
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    Click on the picture to the get to the translation's project website.

    Rejoice! [​IMG]
     
  2. Dominator

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    One of my favorite GAmes

    Thanks to the team, and to you for raporting the new!!!!!!!!!!!!!



    I sell my gameboy advance [​IMG] [​IMG] and Juste have an R4 now i must buy an 3in1 just for that
     
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    I must say that i am impressed about the dedication of ppl translating games.

    Gotta try this now, as i couldnt when it wasnt in english [​IMG] thanx for the news
     
  4. Demi

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    Playing on M3 Real... two things

    1 - Does anyone hear a faint hissing on the naming screen for the hero?

    2 - Why can I not put 6 letters, like the original (Keifer)? I put in 5, and when I try to put in the sixth, it goes straight to "End" instead of putting the sixth letter.
     
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    1 - How the fuck did you emulate a GBA ROM on your M3DS Real?
     
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    He prolly has the M3 Expansion pack (or another slot2 card)
     
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    I assume he has the GBA pack which comes with the M3 Real Perfect Bundle.
     
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    Cool, I gotta dig up my flashcart now.
     
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    I'm a superduper haxor dood, luls

    Be real now, you knew what I meant. Don't front.
     
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    I don't think I've ever heard of this game before. I knew there were three DQM on GBC and one on the DS but I had no idea there was one on the GBA. I'm going to download and try it out I guess.
     
  11. Demi

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    I posted on the hacker's board about the second issue, and he gave me this reply:

    Which doesn't seem to make much sense, cause I was trying to put in six letters just like "Keifer" (I wanted to put in Thomas).
     
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    Makes sense to me. Can you say "Variable Width Font Routine?"
     
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    Call it whatever you want.
     
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    It doesn't seem like you fully grasp it. 'Keifer' and 'Thomas' are the same amount of letters, but the width of the letters in the name 'Thomas' are generally wider, meaning not as many letter will fit, because it's based on width instead of number.
     

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