R05 is not in 7thHeaven. EQ2Alyza is waiting to update the 7H version from R03 until R06 is available, because it's just on the horizon.
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I've go a question - what is the DEEPEST, THE MOST WISE anime you've ever seen? Like, without any compromise like "it's got something to it, but it's anime, so, relatively, pretty clever" - no, I'm asking about content that seriously was a shock to you when you already were adults.I've got a few that I think really stand out, a series, a movie, and another series:
THX for any suggestions.
And Eva definitely isn't.Evangelion is pretentious emo crap that confuses angst for depth and tosses in a bunch of random religious symbolism for no real reason, using Judeo-Christian tradition and imagery the way Family Guy uses pop culture references. There's no meaning to any of it, it's just there, like we're supposed to laud it for simply acknowledging the Bible and making some analogies.
Subnote: Seeing as I'm first and foremost an SNES modder, I'm still learning the ropes with FF7's hacking scene. Is there a batch patching process (like making a .ips patch) or somesuch that I can use to make these easily accessible to casual modders? I mean, It's not hard, or much of a problem for me to create a "how to" for manually inserting these into the .lpg (for those who don't already know), but if there is a tidier, more concise way of doing things, I'm all ears! ^_^Perhaps look into packing it into a .iro file for 7thHeaven?
Apparently, in the original Black Label version of FF VII, the script contained more swear words in it than the later releasesThis is only sort of true. The original black label release is bit-for-bit identical to the Greatest Hits green label release, but there were several changes to the script from PS1 to PC, including some additional censorship. The Lifestream has them documented, including a massive 22MB spreadsheet.
Did you use the fixed name option? Because if you did, you also need to make sure that the name for Red XIII is just "Red".If you can't disable the name screen entirely, it's probably best not to require him to have a certain name. This sort of user behavior is all kinds of not enforceable.
That worked, thanks so much, I better change the frame rate to all the other FMVs I made too.I'm pretty sure you only need to change the framerate to FMVs with models overlaid, like the opening. If an FMV runs without models, it'll just run until it's finished, and 30fps will work fine.
PSX https://youtu.be/wtUODUPoLMU?t=232Your timecodes are wrong (the second video starts too late), but yeah, I've always thought that 60fps was wrong. In every video I can find of the original (whether epsxe, the official ps1 support on ps3, etc.), the swirl clearly takes about the same amount of time as the sound effect that goes with it. In the PC version at 60fps, the swirl is done and the battle scene is already displaying by the time the sound is over. Not to mention it just feels so... sudden and abrupt at 60fps.
PC https://youtu.be/Xl3H5pVeo4Q?t=215 - It seems to be twice as fast as on PSX. I would say that it should run at 30fps.
Currently, my joypad works fine with ff7. is there some issue?There is an issue with Xinput that causes Xinput-based controllers running in DirectInput mode to treat the analog triggers as a single axis; left is negative and right is positive. They work fine in most games pushed individually, but cancel each other when used together, and are only seen by DirectInput apps as axes, not buttons. This is less a bug and more a really, really stupid design decision on Microsoft's part.