#1 Posted by Doomed (209 posts) -

I'm lucky I have completed save files for two of my obscure Japanese games. But Kururin Paradise is so hard! Am I going to have to use my 1/2 complete save file with an emulator, and do a tool-assisted completion just to unlock the credits?

#2 Posted by eccentrix (1703 posts) -

The Bomb demands it be so.

#3 Posted by Doomed (209 posts) -

Don't worry, found a Tool Assisted Speedrun and just used that. Duh! But I now know that the credits are also in Japanese. I didn't ask for this.

#4 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -

Couldn't you just browse the game data for the credits, or grab a save that's near the end?

#5 Posted by LordAndrew (14430 posts) -

@Video_Game_King said:

or grab a save that's near the end?

Silly king, that's what the TAS is for. But apparently the credits are in Japaneselish and therefore undecipherable. How do you expect us to read your blogs when you couldn't even read far enough to obtain that information?

#6 Posted by Rohok (554 posts) -

Uhh... Credits? Who watches credits?

#7 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -


I read far enough. I just didn't know that TASes were a thing you could send to other people.

#8 Posted by LordAndrew (14430 posts) -

@Video_Game_King: Well, they are. Either as emulator recordings that capture every keypress per frame, or as encoded videos of those recordings posted on sites like YouTube and Nico Nico Douga.

Are you new to the internet or something?

#9 Posted by Video_Game_King (36272 posts) -


It simply never occurred to me that people would actually trade what they'd programmed. I knew that they were programmed, though. Otherwise, this dude would have to snort enough cocaine to suffocate the nose goblins pestering him night and day.