Post by attndfctguy on May 27, 2013 14:23:08 GMT -5
So, I have a copy of Ys: Complete Works that came with the initial run of Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim PC in Japan, and Mask of the Sun is on that disc. As I own an actually legitimate copy of the game, I would rather play that copy than play it on an illegal emulator; however, I cannot read Japanese.
So my question is: does just a translated script for the game exist (as a text file or some such) that I can read along to as I play (at least the story moments, item names, etc.)? And as an aside, does anybody know how (if possible) to patch the Project Egg emulations of Ys I-V?
Post by Red Hairdo on May 27, 2013 22:54:02 GMT -5
AFAIK there's none and the Ys IV SNES patches do not work with Project EGG's version of Ys IV either, also AFAIK.
Note: IIRC patching is as legal as using an emulator. Actually, I believe using emulators is completely legal (but playing licensed games, or at least their copies, on them or on actual platforms isn't). Patching, something that modifies something proprietary, is, IIRC, illegal. (Patches themselves aren't illegal, though, although I guess their creations might imply the software in question was meddled with, something others don't have the right to do, IIRC.)