@GTV reviews the Cosmic Fantasy 1-2 Switch collection by Edia, provides examples of the poor English editing/localization work. It's much worse for CF1. Rated "D" for disappointment, finding that TurboGrafx CF2 is better & while CF1's the real draw, Edia screwed it up...
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I'm sure you are all aware of the warning screens some PCE CD games have when you boot them with the wrong system card, right?

There are also warning screens when your backup RAM is full, and I was wondering if anyone has seen the Shin Megami Tensei backup warning screen?
Apparently the game saves on the Memory Base 128 and I don't have that, but I would like to see how the warning screen looks when you don't have anymore space to save in that game.

Has anyone seen such a thing?
Sorry for necroposting, but any chance the VGDen will be back anytime soon lkermel?

It's been over 8 months since the last time I heard some news. Please don't let that site die.
I've never played the PC-FX before.

What happens when the PC-FX's backup memory gets full and you try to play a game that uses the backup ram?
Do you get a cool backup full warning screen message like some of those PCE CD games?

In addition, do the PC-FX games also have warning screens like PCE CD games when you don't meet certain system requirements?
For example, the warning screens you get when you load some PCE CD games with the wrong system card.

I know that if you try to play Battle Heat on a PCE CD you get a warning message. Are there any other games that do that too?
General Gaming / Re: Screen shot site
04/08/2007, 03:19 AM
VGMuseum hasn't had any pop-ups since the site was moved to a private server a few months ago.

In addition, Screenmania will never be updated again (and hasn't been for the last 6 years) because the owner (Opi) quit after a quarrel with their site host.
WOW! That's genious! Why didn't I think of that first!!

Listening to the track was not the problem.
The problem was that the pronunciation was not clear enough to know what it/he was saying.

For anyone that's interested, there was a  Game Endings update at the VGMuseum (www.vgmuseum.com) for several Turbo Duo games.
Some of the new games with the endings are for Beyond Shadowgate, Dragon Slayer, Dynastic Hero, Monster Lair, Valis 2 & 3, Ys Book 1 & 2 and more.

So if you never got to beat a certain game it will probably be there to see ;)

Hmm well ok, thanks for the help :)

If anyone that played the english version can help, it would be most welcomed.
Sadly my english listening is not that good or I would have figured it out by myself.
Ok, but do you know the name of the world in the game? What's it called?
Posted: Sat Sep 18, 2004 11:02 pm    Post subject: Anyone played Dragon Slayer? I have a few questions    

I was wondering if any of you could remember the name of the world in that game.
The last boss in the ending talks and says: "I cast the jewels of doom to the far corners of isunasa" or something. I assume that 'isunasa' is the name of the world in that game, but... is that the correct spelling?

Can anyone remember?

Also, when you kill the last boss, he says: "Mankind has always been the poison... xxxxx man that destroys nature. As he multiplies in number. I, on the other hand, am the antidote. "

Anyone know what he says in the part marked with xxxx ?
Actually, the part about 'Mankind has always been the poison' is only heard if you put the CD on a CDplayer because I never heard that part being spoken in the ending.

Thanks in advance to anyone that can help.