Growlanser: Heritage of War is being released as a PS2 Classic this Tuesday and I was thinking about picking it up. I really enjoyed both Wayfarer of Time and Generations but the reviews of Heritage of War are consistently low. Is the game really as poor as everyone says or is it worth investing my time into?
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- Systems owned: Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo, Game Boy Color, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, DS, Wii, and the 3DS.
- Favorite system: Definitely the Nintendo DS. When I purchased the system I was old enough to have some money in my pocket and the games' were cheap enough that I experimented with a lot of different genres. And some of my favorite games of all time, such as the Ace Attorney series, were released for that system.
- Favorite Nintendo exclusive: Ocarina of Time.
Please rename the Short Peace: Tsukigime Ranko no Ichiban Nagai Hi page to "Short Peace: Ranko Tsukigime's Longest Day" since that is its official English name and add the previous title as an alias. Thank you.
Please add "Yokai Buster: Ruka no Daibouken" as an alias to the The Jetsons: Invasion of the Planet Pirates page. It's a long story but this is actually what the game was called when it was released in Japan.
Please rename the SaGa 3: Jikou no Hasha page to "SaGa 3: Jikuu no Hasha - Shadow or Light" since that is the game's full title. Also rename the Dragon Force II page to "Dragon Force II: Kamisarishi Daichi ni" which is its full title. Thank you!
@pepsiman: It is also worth noting again that this is a beta patch that still has a lot of work to be done on it. I've played up to chapter 4 with the patch and the translation is very dry but the final patch could be completely different for all we know. Overall I'm pretty happy with the team's progress on this translation.
Also if anyone is having trouble applying the patch to their iso then try one of three things: Make sure the directory to the patch is as short as possible (try putting your files on your C drive and make the name of your iso a single character). The patch also uses a version of 7zip that only works with certain versions of Windows, if you get an error message in the 3rd stage of the patching process then replace the contents of the 7zip folder with a version that works on your computer. Finally make sure the names of your patch folder and your iso do not have any spaces in them. If you're still having problems then read the comments on the project's blog for more help.
I'm personally just happy to see that Atlus USA is still publishing strange Japanese RPG despite being owned by Sega (who seems to have given up on localizing anything besides Sonic titles these days).