Route-in-Progress: None (Revising Geass Route)
Note: Project Overhaul is now in progress. New translations are on hold until all revisions and corrections are completed.
Sorry, no updates this month. University exams and essays have really been eating into my life, so I just couldn't manage to get it done in time. However, I do have some bit of good news. Along with a large batch of newly edited scenes, I intend to resume translating on my other project for the photo novel of Oz the Reflection. (I've really been on hiatus from that too long, and now that I have the first volume of the book copy, I intend to update the site for that project with better quality images and edit the translations as well.) Also, I intend to announce a new project I'm going to start working on at the same time next month, one which I think many Code Geass fans will enjoy. (I won't reveal it now, since there are still a few minor details I need to work out.) Until then, please be patient.
Okay, the Narita Battle scene is finally done! Since it was taking so much time, I decided to just simplify it and make a "Quick Playthrough" version that goes through a single set of choice till the end. (A proper, fully detailed version of all the battle scenes will probably be added when everything else is done, but for now, I'm going to stick to this short and quick type.) It's under the title "SBTL001-Knightmare Battle 1 (Geass Route)", right beneath the scene it does with on the Geass Route page. Also, I managed to get the next auto-scene after that done as well, where Rai and Zero sneak into the Kyoto base at Mt. Fuji and meet with Kirihara, under the designation "SG016". For the next update, it'll be the battle at the docks. (Also, a reminder that the PSP emulator version will be updated by AlvaroLemosWork as I continue to add the edited scenes, so make sure to follow it regularly to see when changes are made for those that are using it.)
Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get the Narita battle scene done in time, due to the exasperating complicated nature of the original text file for it and my return to university. I apologize for this, and will try my best ti rectify it for next month. However, as promised, the new emulator for playing the game on the computer has finally been added to the site, which you can see on the links to the left. Please feel free to go and download. If there are any problems, I welcome you to contact me at my email or contact AlvaroLemosWork on Youtube. Until next month, then.
Unfortunately, there's not much for this update except for just the edited scene SG015, which encompasses the Narita battle. The translation of the battle scene itself isn't ready yet, due to the complex and long nature of the extracted text for it. I've decided, for the purposes of this website at least, to just translate a single selection of battle choices in the scene, to make it easier to understand. That will be finished by the update next month. Also, the initial emulator patch should hopefully be ready by then as well, as long as nothing crops up.