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Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by monaug5, Aug 31, 2008.
Requesting Translation: One Piece Gear Spirit
I don't think it works that way It takes a long time and hard work to translate a game, and is usually done in groups of people to tackle different parts of it... This doesn't seem like it would be a good candidate for translation.
Why is everyone requesting translations lately?
GBA and PS1 deserve the love of translators more than DS right now.
it's harder to translates gba games. and for psx I don't think there's a lot of great games left to translate... if it's to translate yet another old and date rpg...
im a fan of the series,but the game isnt that good
Or maybe Virtual Pro Wrestling 2 for N64. Now that'd be a dream project. Difficult, but an immense payoff given how much content it has.
But I really love this series.
Would cash sway you?
This game...kind of...sucks
There are a lot of visual novels on ds so they should be translated like very good games like jump and Inazuma Eleven. there is good game called Neon Genesis Evangelion Ayanami Ikusei Keikaku DS with Asuka Hokan Keikaku but is too big and nobody would do it
Well could Iron Feather be translated instead?
I wonder why too...
I have a Iron Feather translation patch...Actually I had already, I deleted it.
this game just came out recently in korean so if anybody is willing to be my romhacker, i can be the translator
The japanese release came out long time ago. I dont know why someone would request one right now and not during the jpn release.
well i knew that the japanese release came out long time ago, but I can't use my korean knowledge for japanese games.
and so? many requests came after a long time from it's release date. (well actually, some translation requests came out BEFORE the official release!)
I can help with the translations. But I have no experience with hacking etc, so I can just help out with translating.
I was just wondering why they would request one now?
many requests were like so.
Maybe games like this aren't popular, pretty much like Okami, a perfect game from 99% side (except battle dificulty) and only a few hundred thousands mae it to lucky gamers, both in PS2 and Wii, both got 9++ from GameSpot
Soo.... they noticed these games now, after they're out for a few months strange indeed