After spending months translating a Japanese Ace Attorney game on YouTube, two fans had their subtitled videos taken down by Capcom.
One day in the late 1990s, Myria walked into the Irvine High School computer room and spotted a boy playing Final Fantasy V. There were two unusual things about this. The first was that Final Fantasy V had not actually come out in the United States. To play the 1992 Japanese game in English, you’d have to download a…
You—yes, you—could star in a TurboGrafx game. The fan translators of Falcom’s Legend of Xanadu games are holding open, online auditions for voice actors who want to help re-dub the classic CD-ROM games’ cutscenes into English. They’ve provided detailed instructions for how to submit your samples.
Last week, the creators of an unofficial English translation for the role-playing game Final Fantasy Type-0 announced that they were taking down the patch and all blog posts associated with it.