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Post subject: Re: Princess Minerva moves forward once again!
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 12:43 am 
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taskforce wrote:
I know its been a little while since I've said anything and a while since beta began, however, Minerva will be out REALLY soon. We just had a small handful of last minute bugs and issues that took a bit longer to sort than we had initially expected but things are almost there. This should be bringing some holiday cheer quite soon.


Really looking forward to it! It's always cause for celebration when a new snes rpg translation is around the corner. I'd say thanks, but I'd be repeating myself more than I usually do, hehehe.

Awesome work, everyone ;)


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Post subject: Re: Princess Minerva moves forward once again!
PostPosted: Fri Dec 22, 2017 2:26 am 
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akualung wrote:
taskforce wrote:
I know its been a little while since I've said anything and a while since beta began, however, Minerva will be out REALLY soon. We just had a small handful of last minute bugs and issues that took a bit longer to sort than we had initially expected but things are almost there. This should be bringing some holiday cheer quite soon.


Really looking forward to it! It's always cause for celebration when a new snes rpg translation is around the corner. I'd say thanks, but I'd be repeating myself more than I usually do, hehehe.

Awesome work, everyone ;)
The last few years out of the 20 or so we've been active have occasionally presented various members here with roller coasters of drama and distractions in our personal lives, causing feelings of regret that our outputs did not proceed more along hoped-for schedules. The eventual release of big projects, however, have always had the effect of remedying everything in the past. The 16-bit RPG retro-gamers still around will find this one a "sleeper" that sort of just popped in out of nowhere.


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