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Author: yamishuryou
Posted: January 22, 2014 (01:38 AM)
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The neatest thing I remember about this game is thinking about the amount of hacking work that had to go into the fan-translation for the spell system to work for English players.


At 9:55:00 PM MST on April 5th, 2005, Venter finally defeated Phantom!


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Author: overdrive (Mod)
Posted: January 23, 2014 (01:29 PM)
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Yeah. Gideon deserves a lot of credit for figuring out a way to make that all work out so well, as this was the sort of game that after reading about it initially, I figured would just lay in limbo forever until people realized they'd never get a high-quality patch.


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