Sequels were usually a good thing for a well-designed SNES game. This week’s Rom Hack Roundup features three sequels to North American games that never got translated to English, officially anyways. The translation patches are available to play these great games in English. You can check our always-present ROM patching tutorial for more info on getting started.
Trap prodigy CG5 is back on GameChops with a free remix of Terraria’s jungle theme. “Terraria is a land of adventure! A land of mystery! A land that’s yours to shape, defend, and enjoy. Your options in Terraria are limitless. There’s something for everyone.
Discover and craft up to 300 weapons of magic, ranged, and melee varieties, as well as armor, and use them to battle hundreds of different enemies. ” (Via Terraria Wiki)
Chiptune Spotlights from this week: Daft Punk – Something About Us (Dj CUTMAN Downtempo Remix), Steven Walking & Hyper Potions – Saturday Morning Space Ride
DJ-R, formerly known as JRazz, returns to GameChops with a remix of the Metroid Prime theme. Metroid Prime, which is the fifth main installment in the Metroid series, is also the first Metroid game to use 3D computer graphics.
‘Metroid Prime is the first of the three-part Prime storyline, which takes place between the original Metroid and Metroid II: Return of Samus. Like previous games in the series, Metroid Prime has a science fiction setting in which players control the bounty hunter Samus Aran. The story follows Samus as she battles the Space Pirates and their biological experiments on the planet Tallon IV. ‘
(Via Metroid Wiki)
A remix of to celebrate the release of Final Fantasy XV! This banger is from Chjolo, best known for his future bass and chillout remixes. Tonberry Takeout is a nightcore / drum n bass Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube) is a spin-off of the Final Fantasy series. The game spawned a metaseries of the same name. The Tonberry is one of the most recognizable Final Fantasy adversaries. Usually shrouded in brown cloth and wielding a chef’s knife, Tonberries pop up in every Final Fantasy game after FFV.