Oppenheimer wrote:The topic doesn't say what your biggest Suikoden screw up was so I'm goign to post one from a different game.
I had RPG Maker for the PS1. I had created a massive RPG that actually took up two memory cards (they have an option of telling you to switch cards midway through as if it was a disc switch). I had something rediculious like 300 hours spent creating this thing over the span of a couple years.
What happened? Well, I was on my way to create the epic final dungeon and wanted to double check the transition section first (where you swapped memory cards). Not thinking I put in the 1st card and said yes to "overwrite this data" . . . but I did it with the 2nd card's info! So I lost about 250 hours of work. I wasn't about to redo it so I think I ended up just deleting the second half's data.
No one actually got to play my game *snif snif*. I actually created a sequel to it on computer (where it can't be deleted) which is ironic since the original game doesn't even exist anymore.
Oppenheimer wrote:Ah. I've never played that particular program. I used RPG Maker 2000 which was a bit of a learning curve and the graphics were pretty primitive but it was still fun.
Repner wrote:Sorry, I mean RPG Gamer for the PC
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