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Posted by Triforce on Fri, July 30th, 2010 at 17:18 - 13 Comments
 
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Release Number: 
5143
 Game Full Name: 
Wizardry ~Boukyaku no Isan~
Game Region: 
JPN
Release Group: 
High-Road
Rom Size: 
512Mbit
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 » Comment on: 5143 - Wizardry ~Boukyaku no Isan~ (JPN) (512Mbit) (High-Road)
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Diego Arthur Brazil

  Fri, July 30th, 2010 at 17:56
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Why this cover is white and the last one was black? Is there any difference ingame?

I noticed the change from Kusabi to Isan in the title also.

Wizardry is huge. Played alot in my old computer.
 
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KimYom Korea South

  Sat, July 31st, 2010 at 00:34
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/// THE UNIVERSAL CHILD'S PLAY PATCH WAS UPDATED!! ///

How to play "Wizardry ~Boukyaku no Isan~" on your DSTT and R4

For General Users:

1. Download Patch.rar and get a Patch.exe file from the RAR archive.

2. Drag your ROM and drop it onto the Patch.exe.

Special Solution for DSTT users:

1. Get two files, infolib.dat and extinfo.dat, from DSTT Kernel v1.17a13 rev23a below and copy them to the TTMENU folder of your DSTT.

   Note: You must use DSTT Kernel v1.17a13 rev23a for implemeting the latest extinfo.dat file.  


For R4 User:

If you can't solve the problem, use YSMENU with the same manner of the above instruction as like DSTT. Thus, use R4 YSMENU.

Child's Play Patch To Be Universal:

Rudolph presents all the child's play patches that had been already released. You will need to identify the patch by using the released ROM number because the file name had been written by Japanese. You can find out the patch from this FOLDER.  

Note:
This path is not only for "Wizardry ~Boukyaku no Isan~". It's one of game to be patched by Universal Child's Play Patch.  
The file having the ".bak" extension is the backup copy of the original nds file.



Credit to Rudolph.   chill

This post has been edited by KimYom, Sat, July 31st, 2010 at 10:05
 
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knighTeen87 Turkey

  Sat, July 31st, 2010 at 11:53
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Any US or Europe release has been announced?
 
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kesadisan Indonesia

  Sat, July 31st, 2010 at 11:53
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Quote 
KimYom on Sat, July 31st, 2010 at 00:34 [¬Ľ]
Child's Play Patch To Be Universal:

Rudolph presents all the child's play patches that had been already released. You will need to identify the patch by using the released ROM number because the file name had been written by Japanese. You can find out the patch from this FOLDER.  

Note:
This path is not only for "Wizardry ~Boukyaku no Isan~". It's one of game to be patched by Universal Child's Play Patch.  
The file having the ".bak" extension is the backup copy of the original nds file.



Credit to Rudolph.   chill



wow Thanks a lot KimYom and/ro Rudolph :yaylite: Now I can find those old patch again, this is awesome
btw, did you the one who upload all the Patch? That's really awesome!!!
 
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dusty_hfsnp Antarctica

  Sun, August 1st, 2010 at 08:25
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If only this was EUR or USA... Wizardry 1-3 on GBC was nice game.
I'd love to play it and some other old school RPG's on DS.
 
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knighTeen87 Turkey

  Sun, August 1st, 2010 at 11:50
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Sadly 80% of Wizardry series are only for Japan  arrogant
 
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dusty_hfsnp Antarctica

  Sun, August 1st, 2010 at 16:59
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knighTeen87 on Sun, August 1st, 2010 at 11:50 [¬Ľ]

Sadly 80% of Wizardry series are only for Japan  arrogant

I doubt that, original Wizardry series (1-8) were developed and published by Sir-Tech software, witch was in US and Canada.
Dunno about other Wizardry games (witch are not from original series), maybe those spin-offs are mostly Japan.
 
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kesadisan Indonesia

  Sun, August 1st, 2010 at 17:45
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Wizardry popular on Japan due it's funny jokes on the first translation of Wizardry to Japan
it become popular and gained a group of fan of the game.

since that some developer take a license from Sir-Tech and creating a spin off that Sir-Tech wouldn't want it to be seen on US or EU

personally, this game's fine by me, but I hate music
every game that created by SUZAK or published by GENTERPRISE always sucks at music
but gameplay and story's fine.
 
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Atton Sweden

  Wed, July 13th, 2011 at 19:07
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Yay another wizardry game that I will never be able to play, because it will never be released in the US.

This post has been edited by Atton, Wed, July 13th, 2011 at 19:08
 
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