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Messages - Lenophis

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Pandora's Box / Re: Screenshots!
« on: February 14, 2008, 04:42:31 PM »
No. :tongue: Here's a hint: Go to the Serpent Trench, and find this spot. There's a really obscure bug in the original at that spot, and unless you accidently find it, you probably never will.

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Pandora's Box / Re: Screenshots!
« on: February 14, 2008, 02:46:47 PM »
A :cookie: to anybody that can explain the significance of this screenshot:



 :cycle:

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General Discussion / The curse that is dialup...
« on: February 14, 2008, 02:20:30 AM »
Yes, I'm sure all of  us here have experienced the pain and the suffering. It gets really bad when you have to download, which may happen more than a person realizes. Take my video drivers, for instance. Every time there's an update, the drivers are a 40+ meg download. That's an entire nights worth of internet time for me just to update the drivers. There's other things like the emergency patches that Microsoft releases now and then, and those add up too.

But when you move into things that you don't need, and just want, that's when it hurts. Recently I started a download of a Star Ocean: The Second Story speedrun. That's 500 megs for the low-quality movie, which is acceptable. That translates to about 10 nights of internet time to download it all. However, a couple of other things recently finished getting, which will tack on an additional 3 gigs. 3 gigs to download on dialup. I did some math which would have this finished some time around August or September... The worst part? I'm doing this voluntarily.

I'm pretty sure I'm still legally sane, but lately I've been having my doubts. :whoa:

Moral of the story: Be grateful for your internet speed if it isn't dialup.

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General Discussion / Re: I'm still alive.
« on: February 14, 2008, 12:15:18 AM »
What happened? Hunting accident? Car accident? Fishing accident? Boating accident? :whoa:

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General Discussion / Re: The big move
« on: February 13, 2008, 12:58:06 PM »
Oh, that's why you haven't been on 24-7 lately. :tongue: Thanks for the info. :happy:

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Game Modification Station / Re: FF6 - possible bug
« on: February 10, 2008, 10:39:41 PM »
--Edit--

Ok, For What Ails Ya was broken, but only slightly. Slightly in the sense that it wasn't broken. Another patch was interfering with it, and as though it was fate, it was one of my own patches. If you plan on using For What Ails Ya, and you have used Anchors Aweigh, for the love of all that is sacred use the newest Anchors Aweigh version!

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Pandora's Box / Re: Screenshots!
« on: February 09, 2008, 01:16:30 AM »
How many of you remember this!?



The fun of discovering OAM, and messing with values. :happy:

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Pandora's Box / Re: Screenshots!
« on: February 08, 2008, 09:07:49 PM »
*is not retarded and knows this*
:happy:

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Fine. Just a suggestion.
MY suggestions don't take too well with people doing big-scale projects.  :hmm:
Have you seen just how much bitching there has been because the original wasn't in? It's in the RHDN thread, during the early stages. Some in the ZD thread too, when we were still posting updates there.

It's not you, of that I can assure you. We're just tired of the suggestions being focused on the fonts. :wink:

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Maybe I should just stick to the generic "OMG AWESOME SUPER MAGICAL HAPPY PANTS KEWLZ" comments.
Oh, dear god, no. Don't do that. :eek:

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Final Fantasy IV Research & Development / Re: ASM Hacking
« on: February 07, 2008, 09:35:07 PM »
Before I started using an assembler, I used a hex editor. Any of them will do, you just need to keep track of where stuff is, what stuff is what, and understanding the flow for it to work. This is a very involving process, and some of my earlier work was made with only a hex editor.

During that time, Kejardon suggested I move onto xkas, which has enough versatility and functionality to suit all needs. Drewseph (maker of Super Metroid: Redesign) is a Mac user, and used xkas for it. He hated it, from what I keep hearing, but that might've been because of the constant switching between DOS and Mac. Kejardon could probably fill you in better regarding that.

Also, from what I hear from byuu (maker of xkas), it's not recommended to use if you piss him off or try to make a full game from scratch.

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Pandora's Box / Re: Screenshots!
« on: February 07, 2008, 12:02:30 PM »
Have you guys ever thought of modding font #3 a little?
*Attempts to point out that number 3 is the game's original font*

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I dunno, but unless I say something about this, it'll bug me forever :eek:
Have you always thought this way about the original font? :tongue:

Does this mean Ghost #1 and 2 get a makeover?  :wink:
Indeed. :happy:

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I'm trying to recall if there were any notable changes made to the PSX version of this game... or it's just a nice bonus... (FF4+5 could use that, but I digress)
A crappy bestiary (it's really not that good), a Colliseum guide (more like what you bet and what you win), mins/maxes of your party, the three FMV's, and some sketch art.

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Any reason to have that? Like, for use for a spell or something? I never find those counters useful for any reason.
Because we are evil, evil bastards. Although you just gave me an idea... :omg:

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Gaming Discussion / Re: Movies of playthrus
« on: February 06, 2008, 02:45:12 PM »
DKK, could you update your links to the FF6 movies?

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Pandora's Box / Screenshots!
« on: February 06, 2008, 01:35:05 AM »
This post will get some more screenshots added in time,

--Edit--

Our 8 selectable fonts at work.



More than your garden-variety ghosts.



Novalia Spirit makes an appearance.



I can't put my finger on it...



This is what happens when you access new things.



Gau has friends.



Saving many times.



This is truely priceless.

--/Edit--

but for now we'll concentrate on the newer stuff. Like this, for instance:



 :eek: