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Nov 16 @ 1:35am
In topic Samsung TV Steam Link Release!
Originally posted by Sikboy1029:
I'm pretty sure that was the reason 2015 TVs aren't getting it, it might just be an other build of Tizen. Eather way they stated only 2016 and on were getting the steam app

It can also be because of processing power, even if they are Tyzen they might not have the processing power to decode in due time.
Nov 13 @ 3:45pm
In topic Test Steam streaming on Samsung TV!
Steam In-Home Streaming(http://store.steampowered.com/streaming/) is how I do my gaming now, I use official Steam App on my Samsung TV(UE49MU7005) and a Steam controller.

I have had no issues playing games with Steam In-Home Streaming until Lost Dimension, Some games I tested for more than a few hours include All Naruto Ninja storm games, all final fantasy games, Elder Scrolls Online, Warframes)

Lost Dimension though doesn't play well with Steam In-Home Streaming for some reason, when I start the game it doesn't stream to my TV, showing me a steam big picture background screen instead, but audio comes through as I can still hear the opening and if I use the controller I can hear the main menu bleeps.

I tried:
Streaming to a laptop - Works 100%
Streaming to an Actual Steam Link - Works 100%
Streaming to Samsung Steam App - Doesn't work, only sound is streamed, displays big Picture background.
Updated.
Nov 13 @ 6:28am
In topic Samsung TV Steam Link Release!
Steam In-Home Streaming(http://store.steampowered.com/streaming/) is how I do my gaming now, I use official Steam App on my Samsung TV(UE49MU7005) and a Steam controller.

I have had no issues playing games with Steam In-Home Streaming until Lost Dimension, Some games I tested for more than a few hours include All Naruto Ninja storm games, all final fantasy games, Elder Scrolls Online, Warframes)

Lost Dimension though doesn't play well with Steam In-Home Streaming for some reason, when I start the game it doesn't stream to my TV, showing me a steam big picture background screen instead, but audio comes through as I can still hear the opening and if I use the controller I can hear the main menu bleeps.

I tried:
Streaming to a laptop - Works 100%
Streaming to an Actual Steam Link - Works 100%
Streaming to Samsung Steam App - Doesn't work, only sound is streamed, displays big Picture background.
Nov 9 @ 2:56am
In topic Steam In-Home Streaming Problem
Steam In-Home Streaming ( http://store.steampowered.com/streaming/ ) is how I do my gaming now, I use official Steam App on my Samsung TV(UE49MU7005) and a Steam controller.

I have had no issues playing games with Steam In-Home Streaming until Lost Dimension, Some games I tested for more than a few hours include All Naruto Ninja storm games, all final fantasy games, Elder Scrolls Online, Warframe)

Lost Dimension though doesn't play well with Steam In-Home Streaming for some reason, when I start the game it doesn't stream to my TV, giving me a blank screen instead, but audio comes through as I can still hear the opening and if I use the controller I can hear the main menu bleeps.

Can anyone please try the same using two different computers or steam link if you don't have a samsung tv, so I can know it's not just me.
Nov 7 @ 3:15am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
Originally posted by Rednavi:
Someone with more experience in modding would probably fix this in a day, but the game is so niche I doubt it's going to attract anyone with such skill set.

That is my fear :X
This would probably be the best port of the game if it wasn't for the lack of na undub.
Nov 4 @ 2:21pm
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
After playing for a while I can say that I can't stand this dub.

I might just play the undub on my pstv
Update:
I tried:
Streaming to a laptop - Works 100%
Streaming to an Actual Steam Link - Works 100%
Streaming to Samsung Steam App - Doesn't work, only sound is streamed, displays big Picture background.

Original Post:

Steam In-Home Streaming(http://store.steampowered.com/streaming/) is how I do my gaming now, I use official Steam App on my Samsung TV(UE49MU7005) and a Steam controller.

I have had no issues playing games with Steam In-Home Streaming until Lost Dimension, Some games I tested for more than a few hours include All Naruto Ninja storm games, all final fantasy games, Elder Scrolls Online, Warframes)

Lost Dimension though doesn't play well with Steam In-Home Streaming for some reason, when I start the game it doesn't stream to my TV, showing me a steam big picture background screen instead, but audio comes through as I can still hear the opening and if I use the controller I can hear the main menu bleeps.
Nov 2 @ 4:19am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
Well I still hope an undub is possible.
Nov 1 @ 1:51am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
Originally posted by Blattdorf:
Damn, aren't you people terribly salty over the lack of Japanese VA. I understand where you're coming from, I like to play with the original VA's too, but it's not like you have to lay it into the devs for not including it.

Hey I bought the game anyway didn't I?

That doesn't mean I don't want an undub badly, the english dub is very bad.
Nov 1 @ 1:46am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
Originally posted by Clown Reemus:
What is "undub"? Is it sole removal of this pesky English dubbing or what?

Undubbing is a type of video game hacking, which involves modifying the contents of an officially localized video game to match the audio and voice acting to its country of origin while retaining the translated text of the country in which it has been localized.

A typical candidate for an undub is a Japanese game which has been published in the U.S. with text translated, and voice acting re-dubbed in English by the localizing publisher, but without an in-game option to change the audio back to its original language due to lack of space on the media, licensing restrictions, marketing reasons or other publishing or development concerns. The process of undubbing consists of reverse-engineering the contents of both the localized and the original versions of the game, locating the audio resources within a ROM or an optical media image in the localized game, and replacing them with the audio data from the original version.

Voice acting is a considerably bigger business in Japan than it currently is in English-speaking countries (see also Voice acting in Japan). It is not uncommon for acclaimed TV animation voice actors to be signed by a video game publisher to provide voice acting for a high-profile game. In the United States, on the other hand, voice localization projects usually have smaller budgets and are not typically done by celebrities, although it is disputable whether that affects the quality of the acting itself. Still, due to the perceived notion that Japanese voice acting is of higher quality, many fans prefer to listen to the Japanese audio track while playing the game, even if they do not speak or understand the Japanese language. Undubbing thus caters to an audience who does not speak the original language or has not mastered it well enough to enjoy the untranslated text in an imported version of the original game, but still prefers the original audio for the reasons mentioned above. Because the localized text is left in place where present, an undubbed game usually can still be fully played by those who could not play the import.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undubbing
Oct 31 @ 3:54am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
Originally posted by fvig2001:
@Canzah, they use bra files on Ghostlight games, so extracting the sound files would be easy but compressing them back would be the problem. I'll probably skip this game due to the awful dub. The videos would probably be the easiest to undub.

How do you open bra files?
Oct 31 @ 3:51am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
I bought the game to support ghostlight but god damn the dub is really bad.

I downloaded the vita undub but without something to unpack and repack bra files I'm lost, I don't have the knowledge...
Oct 31 @ 1:15am
In topic No Japanese audio, no buy.
Originally posted by LSSAHCanzah:
I'll be releasing an undub for this just like I did one for the PS3 version. If I had access to the game early I could do it faster but I severely doubt Ghostlight would actually be willing to cooperate on something like this.

Hey did you manage to get hold of the japanese audio files?
Oct 17 @ 12:48am
In topic It's Offical. Battleborn is Dead
Originally posted by Momo The Kitty:
Originally posted by Erxkum:

This!
Jetix!

Sorry but I don't know what Jetix is
Oct 17 @ 12:33am
In topic It's Offical. Battleborn is Dead
Originally posted by Soviet Gio:
If you guys ask me, I'd rather pay for a "SP only" game than seeing another great MP title die because of the mainstream gaming community.

This!
Originally posted by Jadam:
Originally posted by Erxkum:
I already own 3 but I'd pay for a non-flammable one
Edit: non-GFWL* mobile auto correct

Riddle me this!
With me, it is flammable.
Without me, it is non-flammable.
What am I?

Answer: A game with/without GFWL.
I already own 3 but I'd pay for a non-flammable one
Edit: non-GFWL* mobile auto correct
Oct 12 @ 12:50pm
In topic It's Offical. Battleborn is Dead
Game was too expensive for what it was and what if offered.
Oct 10 @ 8:19am
In topic It's Offical. Battleborn is Dead
Originally posted by Momo The Kitty:
Originally posted by CallMeBacon:

Momo just stop. Gonna dig yourself a hate hole with stupid crap like that.
I spoke the truth. Blizzard would have been nothing without brood war

Well for their credit warcraft 2 was already a big thing before starcraft.
I ditched blizzard when they went full always ON.
I also enjoyed Diablo 1 and 2, but I really don't care much for anything blizzard post burning crusade.
Well wrath of the lich king was fun but I didn't enjoy it as much as burning crusade.

I just don't think Blizzard is worthy of so much prestige.

But that's my personal opinion and I agree that starcraft was what catapulted blizzard to stardom but saying they would be nothing without it is not true also.
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