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Mon, Sep 16, 2013
Oh my goodness, Mr. That guy,Why are you putting so much pressure to Kaji about this project. You do realize this translation is a side hobby of Kaji right? Just as much as playing video games or playing sports and such is a hobby to others. Are you seriously thinking that this translation is part of his daily life? Well it sure as hell isn’t!Kaji does this when he has the time. Hell he could freaking skip out on a month of working on this and we still shouldn’t get butt hurt because he is asmart guy with a freaking life outside the internet. And he is NOT doing a service for us. Sure it’s service to you but to him it isn’t. He DOESN’T have to make the translation and he doesn’t have to provide it to us if he doesn’t want to. So what if it’s been 3 years? Better than what Bamco would do if you ask me. You want Tales of Hearts translated? Go do it yourself. Wanna prove yourself a better provider than Kaji? Share your translation project and watch as we flame you for your *probably* crappy work. People like you are irritating. People like you is why Crimson Nocturnal got shut down.Congratulations, i wouldn’t be suprised if Kaji decides to quit his project by now -.-

Fri, Sep 13, 2013
First of all i would like to leave a message to Kaji.Hope are enjoying your translation of ToH. I’m sure its something that will make you very proud and so far it has looked like its coming along very well. So, congratulations on the work so far. Now for leamonaid. Tales of the Abyss 3D was a good choice to bring over. Tales fans exist on both sides of the Atlantic, and evn though you were lucky to get Abyss on the PS2 Europe wasnt. So, dont hate on tales games beeing brought to the west, it sure beats not beeing brought at all.Also, the game is not just a boring port. It will have 3D graphics wich is always cool, and it will have shotcuts for the skills on the touch screen (for your party members!) wich help you chain attacks. I believe ToH also has this system and its very handy to control the field.Tales of Innocence R for the Vita, actually doesnt excite me as much as the 3DS port of Abyss. Dont get me wrong, i do hope they bring it over to the west, but i did get the game for the DS… and it really isnt the best of tales games. I got quite bored with it actually… wich is something that i only got playing Tales of legendia on the PS2. Now, im sure the game will be made better in this remake… but the story still sounds as bad as before (the premise is still the same).

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Wed, Sep 04, 2013
hidoes anybody know if it is pbiossle to insert a table somehow?!and how can i see the page size of my diagram? i want to print it at the end and for this it should fit on one papier.thanks for your help.pia

Tue, Sep 03, 2013
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