February 8, 2016
it’s been a while since our last posting.
As maybe some of you noticed, Updates were rather rare these days. Lately we weren’t able to work on this as much as we’d like. Our real life obligations really take out lot of time. We want to bring you more translations, but as things stand now, it’s become really tough. In view of these events, we added a Donation Button to our blog. Now you can support us by clicking that little Donation Button, which will help us deliver things faster to you. Of course you don’t have to, but guys, it would really help :)
But now to happier things! In our last posting we announced the game Digimon Story Lost Evolution as a side-project. But this doesn’t mean we haven’t been working on our main project, namely Digimon World Decode for the 3DS ;)
We present you the “Prequel” to the Opening, as this scene takes actually place a few months before the Opening of Decode. Subbed, of course :)
This gives us an important insight into one of our favourite characters, namely Mirei :)
Now you Cyber Sleuth players will probably connect the dots.
Decode has several cut scenes, which Redigitize didn’t have, which all provide some interesting character insight. We will be uploading those scenes over the next few days.
We hope you will enjoy them.
Also, for those of you who haven’t seen the subbed Opening of Redigitize yet, here is the link:
As always, stay tuned :)
December 25, 2015
Merry Christmas, everyone!
It’s been quite for a while. Too quiet, right? That means something must be up, right, RIGHT?
Of course it does. Our current project, Digimon World Re:Digitize Decode, is still at the work in progress stage, mostly because the 3DS Emulator, is still lacking some necessary features.
In the mean time, I’m happy to hereby announce a side-project, which we will work on to fill the gap.
We are going to work on the DS Game Digimon Story: Lost Evolution.
Although another group has already begun working on the game, after seeing the progress they have made we have come to the regrettable conclusion that the quality of the work is not up to our standards.
As such, we are going to work on this game separately from the other group, and we are going to work on everything from scratch to ensure it meets the level of quality we feel the game deserves.
While many things are already done, right now we are just going to tease with a first draft of the logo, but stay tuned for more guys. We will back with more very very soon.
Again, merry X-mas everyone, we wish you all the best during the holidays.
– Operation Decoded
August 22, 2015
the Twitch stream was a blast and thank you everyone for watching. Unfortunately some of you guys missed it, but don’t worry, we got you covered ;)
You can watch the whole thing here :)
And guys if you liked what you saw then please show us your support , because without that we won’t be able to do any more of those in the future.
August 19, 2015
This Friday at 9:00 PM German time, we will be hosting our second Twitch stream, in which Romsstar will show off the abilities of the tool that he and Ze0nx have been working on for the last five years. We may also talk some about our Decode project, though that is hampered by our lack of a 3DS video card.
As with the last stream, since timezone math is complicated, we have put a countdown timer on the right side of the main page. Consult it on Friday to get a better idea of when we will be streaming where you live.
August 17, 2015
We are currently looking for a new graphics artist, as our lovely Redigitize graphics artist HelloWinter is alas not available for Decode due to an overfull schedule. So we are looking for someone that might continue her legacy and create awesome graphics for Decode, which, given that the game is using even more graphics than the original Redigitize, is crucial.
- You must be damn good at drawing, posses or be willing to acquire a vast collection of fonts and can match Japanese Fonts and style quickly and accurately.
- You must be able to use Photoshop, Illustrator and other basic graphic tools.
- You must have a Skype account and be easy to stay in touch with.
- You must be willing to rework graphics I might call “garbage” in the process.
- You must be able to remove Japanese symbols from signs and make the English version look as good as the original, without anyone even noticing it was ever different.
- In short: We are looking for a graphics person so damn good that fans will wonder whether the Japanese graphics are the translation’s and yours are the original.
- If you are any good you’ll be credited at the end of the game.
- You get the joy of thousands of people calling your designs gorgeous.
- As a member of the team you get to experience the process of translating a game.
If you feel like you are up for the job please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(If anyone feels offended by the job posting, we do apologize)
July 25, 2015
The stream is over and over 40 people attented and ask questions which I answered live during the streaming .
You can access the recording over this link http://www.twitch.tv/opdecoded/v/8423170
Also,we uploaded the Video to Youtube as well:
July 24, 2015
Just a reminder, our Twitch Stream is gonna take place in an hour, whichever time zone you are in, IN ONE HOUR :)
So come and join us on twitch.tv/opdecoded :)
July 21, 2015
As promised in the previous post, we are setting an official time for our next stream now. Unfortunately, due to a scheduling issue, I won’t be appearing on this one, but we plan on making these streams regularly from now on.
The stream will occur at 8 PM in Germany, and rather than make a list, I set up a countdown clock on the right side of the page.
Once again, the URL for the stream is http://www.twitch.tv/OpDecoded, hopefully we’ll see you there.