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Baldr Force (Standard Edition)


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As a hacker of the renowned hacking group "Steppenwolf", Tooru Souma and his partners earn their living by hacking into servers and selling the information they steal.

As the last hacking before disbanding their group, they hacked into a military server, but soon they find this is a setup by the military to lure terrorists, and they were drawn into battle between two factions. At the end, one of Tooru Souma's friends was killed by an unknown Simulacrum, while most of other group members have been arrested. To investigate and avenge his friend's death, Tooru Souma accepted the offer to join the military.



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urgg, why it have to be standard edition for them to translate it

 

This is just a theory, I have no evidence to support it whatsoever, as I'm not familiar with either the technical aspects of the actual software or the translating profession. Looking at VN's in general, the only difference between the All Ages (or at least 17+) version and the 18+ is the inclusions a few extra scenes that, strictly speaking, are not necessary to the story (you don't have to show them in the act, just state that they did it). Given such, it would make sense for the translator's to focus on those scenes last. They can produce a working, marketable product sooner, reducing the risk the project is cancelled before they can finish. Afterwords, they can go back and translate those remaining scenes.

 

I do agree with your sentiment, however, that they should, in due course, make the 18+ version as well. The remaining scenes aren't all that many in comparison to what they worked on before, and really, how much linguistic skill does it take to translate a bunch of panting and moaning? If necessary, grab an already translated project off your shelf, copy, paste, and edit in a few corrections for different names. If the game is a sequel, you don't even have to do the editing.

 

Just to be clear, some of my above statements assume that the game in question has more total words in the non-sex scenes then the count of sex scenes, not the words in them, present in the game.

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Does anyone else have problem to start the game? The game doesn't seem to load even though I already changed my pc to japan locale. The screen just stays black after I clicked the BaldrForceSE_ENG file. I also tried opening it as administrator but to no avail.

I usually never had any problems playing games downloaded from here before. Can someone help? I also already checked the size of every part of winrar files of this game that I've downloaded and they all have the supposed file size.

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Does anyone else have problem to start the game? The game doesn't seem to load even though I already changed my pc to japan locale. The screen just stays black after I clicked the BaldrForceSE_ENG file. I also tried opening it as administrator but to no avail.

I usually never had any problems playing games downloaded from here before. Can someone help? I also already checked the size of every part of winrar files of this game that I've downloaded and they all have the supposed file size.

 

What OS do you use? Windows 10? Considering this game's age you might want try it on the compatibilty mode.

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What OS do you use? Windows 10? Considering this game's age you might want try it on the compatibilty mode.

 

Yup, I'm using Windows 10. I tried compatibility mode with Windows 7,8, Vista and XP just now as you recommeded. The same problem still happened unfortunately. Nevertheless, thanks for the advice.

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It's not because of Win 10, I'm using Win 10 and the game works fine.

 

Thanks for the info.

 

This is pretty weird, but after reading your message, I just tried my luck launching the game again, and this time it actually works fine!

 

I really do not now why it failed when I last tried days ago, though.

 

Again, thanks for the info! :D

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