Outlanders, Hello Dracula 2, Battle Golfer Yui, and More!

I've been surprisingly busy over the past couple of months with translation projects.

For starters, I completed an English translated script for Hello Dracula 2 (a.k.a. Kyonshiizu 2), an early action/adventure game for the Famicom. The Hello Dracula 2 script package is currently available for use in an English, or other language translation patch. Bob789 has offered to look at script insertion so hopefully that pans out.

Next up is Outlanders, also for the Famicom. This was translated by Eien ni Hen (many thanks!), and has also been provided as an English Translated Script Package. If you're interested in working on this project, please follow the link for more information.

I also took a look at Battle Golfer Yui for the Mega Drive on a whim. I managed to dump a script which I'm currently messing around translating while it's fresh in my mind.

In other news, Princess Minerva has entered closed beta. We're hopeful for a release this year, pending play-tester reports.

That's all I'm going to share for now. I hope folks are looking forward to what will hopefully be one or two finished projects via Dynamic-Designs soon. Otherwise, please feel free to grab script packages, or contact me regarding technical work on completed scripts.


Lol, it looks like that

Lol, it looks like that partial patch is from 2001. Guess they probably aren't going to finish it up at this point.

Thanks for the well wishes!

Thanks for the well wishes! Yes, I have noticed the Ushio and Tora game on the FC/NES. I haven't checked to confirm, but I seem to remember there is a partial patch, or some folks were working on it I thought. Otherwise, I might take a look at it sometime.

Nice! Hope you find willing

Nice! Hope you find willing hackers who could help you insert these scripts. :)
Speaking of interesting games... I've recently checked out an Ushio and Tora RPG for the FC; it didn't seem very text-heavy for an RPG, and it sure had some really amazing music/visuals for that console. Was just curious if you've ever checked that one out, as it definitely stands out with its cutscene-animated battle sequences. From what I could gather though, it wasn't an original story or anything, it mostly just followed the original plot...

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