The font still looks clumsy. It's worth fixing.
Could you just rip their modified font out of the unworked designs release? I thought i read thats all they did but i could be mistaken.The problem with that is this:
I've reached out to the people who did the unworked designs patches for Lunar 1 and 2 on Sega CD as those games use the same font to see what they did to fix this but they haven't gotten back to me.
- Lower all the lowercased characters to match the uppercase characters results in characters like g, j, p, etc. getting cut off. If I don't modify those then they jump up and look odd.
- Raise all the uppercased characters to match the lowercase character results in them being right on the top of the text boxes which looks worse.
I did explore that route in Eternal Blue but I couldn't really find it so I'm guessing it's compressed somewhere. I haven't checked Silver Star yet.Could you just rip their modified font out of the unworked designs release? I thought i read thats all they did but i could be mistaken.
I have before by quite a few people. So again I need to see if it's a common thing.He does have a weird southern accent going on, but I've never seen "reckon" intentionally misspelled for the sake of one.
That again sounds like it's intentional. And if you're talking to them with the whole party there, technically it's not singular.The game also misuses "y'all" as a singular "you" a lot in Lainian dialogue, but I reckon (heh) it would a massive pain to hunt down every instance of that, despite it being bad grammar even for the sake of vernacular.
Because he's saying "Justin, do you and your party have some questions for me?" But since he's to sound somewhat country/southern/redneck/etc. and saying it that way sounds way too formal and sterile, they went with "ain't y'all got some questions?"