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2008-03-16 19:51
onyhow It took me a long time to finish this piece...but well...I stuck myself to Sins of a Solar Empire...

A very good piece indeed, even though for me it feels strange on after find out about the whole backstory and how the piece change point of view...but overall, it's a very enjoyable read...

Cheers...good luck on next project...and thank you...
2008-03-11 19:51
Unregistered True Remembrance is AWESOME.

Has a good calm storyline and Blackiris dialogue cracks me up sometime. The music has a surprisingly calm feeling to the game. The more I played it the more attracted I was to it even the ending wasn't bad.

3 Cheers for insani for a job well done ^_^ . Hope to see your next project to be just as good.
2008-03-10 11:09
Apples Wow. I just finished reading it (and going through all the extras, and watching the op vid again couple of times...) and I'm absolutely stunned.
No, it's not Narcissu - but I think the fact that people are even comparing TR to that says a lot.
The dialogue may be the best I've ever seen in a VN, and the characters were as engaging as their Murakami-esque world.

Obviously we all owe Insani a huge thankee, and hope all their future releases will be as awesome as this one!
2008-03-08 07:06
CountPacula Just wanted to add my words of thanks to all of those responsible for this piece, both the translation and the original work. TR is one of the best VNs that I have ever experienced, especially in terms of the story - from the initial simplicity which draws the reader in, to the inescapable web that one finds themselves trapped in as things progress.

Once again, let me offer a round of applause to everyone involved. TR will definitely be the VN that I use from now on to introduce others to the genre.
2008-03-05 22:31
AlephNull Hello.

Are the Japanese lyrics to the OP and ED available anywhere? I'm having a hard time making out some parts.
2008-02-23 03:17
onyhow Thanks so much denton!

Time to listen!
2008-02-22 03:37
DaFool
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Originally Posted by luckyovermind View Post
Oh my god!
"Shiba Satomi is a woman." --WRONG!
"Shiba Satomi is a girl." --BETTER, but still wrong.
"Shiba Satomi is female." YAY! Moe points x 1000!

Reminds me of that Answerman comment:

Q: What kinds of girls do otaku guys like?
A: Female.
2008-02-22 01:54
luckyovermind
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Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Shiba Satomi is female
Oh my god!
2008-02-21 12:28
denton
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Originally Posted by onyhow View Post
Only problem is...how do I pull it out?

The thing is...where's the starting point of the xp3 file? And end point?
I made a zip of the music as mp3s: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=HY3PYZ84

...but for future reference, here are the xp3 extract tools. The readme file has the hex string you can search for to find the start of the xp3 file inside of the exe: http://www.insani.org/tools/

There are two people listed under the music credits.
One site is down, the other has a list of "Music Box" MIDI files, which is where most of the game music came from: http://amorkana.jp/midi/index.html
2008-02-20 17:41
onyhow
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Originally Posted by Asceai View Post
It appears to be a kirikiri archive in an executable, so uh

1. Pull the .xp3 out of the game exe with a hex editor
2. Use ChocoEd's xp3-extract to extract the contents
3. Find the music
4. ???
5. Profit!
Only problem is...how do I pull it out?

The thing is...where's the starting point of the xp3 file? And end point?
2008-02-20 12:30
Asceai
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Originally Posted by onyhow View Post
Anyone knows how to extract the songs out?

I would like to listen to them seperately...
It appears to be a kirikiri archive in an executable, so uh

1. Pull the .xp3 out of the game exe with a hex editor
2. Use ChocoEd's xp3-extract to extract the contents
3. Find the music
4. ???
5. Profit!
2008-02-20 10:50
Unregistered Shiba Satomi is female, and yes, you'd be surprised to know how much girls think older guy/younger girl is moe.
2008-02-20 08:14
Unregistered
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Originally Posted by DaFool View Post
Is the creator a dude or dudette? I found the artstyle very shoujo-esque but the writing screamed fanboyism at times (especially the heavy loli overtones).

Nevetheless, the writing was far more accessible than ZigZag
Delicious loli is delicious.
2008-02-20 06:32
onyhow Anyone knows how to extract the songs out?

I would like to listen to them seperately...
2008-02-19 20:15
ChocoEd
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Originally Posted by dsp2003 View Post
Nope. Simply don't have a cheap Internet (1 Mb = $0.60, app. 15 Mb per month). That's why i was asking about "when the newer insani disc version will be available" back then, remember?
Ah, gotcha. The discs have been a bit more of a hassle and an expense than we anticipated, so we aren't currently planning to do another version until we can figure out a better method for distributing them.
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