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Fire Emblem: Thracia 776 translation DONE!

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How do I get into the Fire Emblem series? I don't know where to begin. It seems like there's a lot to unpack. All the early games are exclusively in Japanese (not counting the remakes), do translation patches exist?
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What are people with the last name Belmont doing in Transylvania in the year 1691?
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Play shmups.

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Retro shmups are hard.
Retro shmups are fun.
Hard is fun.
Fun is good.
Good are shmups.
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So why does everyone hate Zelda 2, anyway?
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Bad / Mediocre Games with SOUL
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Any tips on photographing a CRT? I don't like how this turned out. It's Super Mario Land on my boyfriend's Super Gameboy and honestly, old gb games look really good on a CRT.
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Obscure Retro Games

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This one's a Korean game from 1998 for PC.
Here's the only record of it ever existing, would be surprised to find anyone with a copy:
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So I was just writing some music, and I think I accidentally wrote something that has already been made. I can't put my finger on it, but it sounds insanely familiar, pretty sure its from a video game. Does anyone recognize what this sounds like?
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Why didn't SNES composers in general use trackers, but some tedious music macro languages or midi converters? Some companies like Ocean had a in-house developed tracker, but as I understand it wasn't that common. Kinda difficult to understand why.
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