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Fire Emblem: Shin Monsho no Nazo -Hikari to Kage no Eiyu- fan translation now available



We gave some insight into this fan translation yesterday, but now the patch is available to download. Nintendo hasn't shut this one down yet, so maybe they're taking an Earthbound-like approach with it!

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21 Nov 2012 14:09

Well there goes the rest of my day!
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21 Nov 2012 14:12

not to be a jerk but is the only way to make this work is if you have a pirated rom? is there a legal way to do this?
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21 Nov 2012 14:23

Journeys wrote:not to be a jerk but is the only way to make this work is if you have a pirated rom? is there a legal way to do this?

It's completely legal to dump the ROM yourself from your own imported copy and use a supported flash cart to play it.
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21 Nov 2012 14:32

YoshiRider123 wrote:
Journeys wrote:not to be a jerk but is the only way to make this work is if you have a pirated rom? is there a legal way to do this?

It's completely legal to dump the ROM yourself from your own imported copy and use a supported flash cart to play it.


Umm...they are illegal in some countries (France, UK and austrialia come to mind). I also understand that the 3ds has the ability to detect a flashed rom and brick the 3ds. http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/10/nint ... -card-use/

Even if you own the rom not sure if transferring it to another device is legal or not. Kind of how nintendo locks down things per device not a user account. But thats just legal stuff I don't care about, nor really know much about.

thanks for the answer. Sounds like there isn't an easy path to do this, for me.
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21 Nov 2012 14:39

Journeys wrote:
YoshiRider123 wrote:
Journeys wrote:not to be a jerk but is the only way to make this work is if you have a pirated rom? is there a legal way to do this?

It's completely legal to dump the ROM yourself from your own imported copy and use a supported flash cart to play it.


Umm...they are illegal in some countries (France, UK and austrialia come to mind). I also understand that the 3ds has the ability to detect a flashed rom and brick the 3ds. http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/10/nint ... -card-use/

Even if you own the rom not sure if transferring it to another device is legal or not. Kind of how nintendo locks down things per device not a user account. But thats just legal stuff I don't care about, nor really know much about.

thanks for the answer. Sounds like there isn't an easy path to do this, for me.

Oh, that's true regarding the usage flash carts in some countries. I had forgotten about that, thanks for reminding me. The 3DS does in fact have security measures involving flash carts, but I don't think it's covered all of them. Ideally I would say that a DS model would be the safest way to play the game with a flash cart because they're mostly region free.
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21 Nov 2012 14:45

Welp, looks like tonight's gonna be Fire Emblem night for me. I can't wait! :D

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