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Patched using Windows 7 64 bit. Running in Pcsx2 r4600 build.
Start new game, load new game is in jap. Im sure thats the way its supposed to be. Intro video is badly interlaced. English txt in video is over top jap txts. Im sure this is a Pcsx2 problem. If anyone has any Pcsx2 setttings suggestions, let me know.
First battle is fully translated for me and looks great.
Press f9 to switch between hardware and software mode, this fixes cutscenes. Is this the thread we report bugs or translation errors? I think in config menu, cursor tab, memory and default are swapped. So default is actually memory mode and other way around.
Ok, so using I'm playing on pcsx2 and I get an error everytime I try to use the Festival Goer dress-sphere in battle. I haven't tried equipping it a monster, but I think it would still give the error. I haven't gotten the 2nd new dress-sphere yet, but it's likely that one'll give an error too. Maybe not, we'll see soon enough.
If someone else could let me know if they have an error with either of the new dress-spheres, that would be great. It would suck if it was just an isolated incident.
It always says pbirdman FFX-2 Int patch, that's intentional.
I've been playing this on my PS2 the past hour or so and it works pretty well. I could imagine someone with high expectations getting this and being a little disappointed at the quantity of kana that is left, but I find it amazing how much is readable and understandable. I really appreciate the time and effort put into this and am very pleased with the end result. Anyways, one issue: in the Config menu, the settings for Cursor are reversed - on Memory, it goes back to Default on every turn, on Default, it remembers where the cursor was. Other than that, a few typos here and there (such as Elixir spelled Elixer on Mt. Gagazet, Regular Cup is Reguler Cup) but overall, it's pretty solid. It's amazingly helpful to understand what the abilities do, have the enemy names in readable Latin letters and - what's really useful - know how DSPs and GGs affect monsters.
I was thrilled to see this patch complete and my thanks to you, and FALO for the great patcher. And so I patched the iso with ease but it didn't work on PS2 hardware/HDLoader, which was strange because the unpatched iso of the game works fine in HDLoader.