Enix's Super Famicom RPG Burning Heroes Gets A Fan Translation

Enix-Super-Famicom-RPG-Burning-Heroes-Gets-A-Fan-TranslationIf anyone has managed to keep up with the constant stream of Super Famicom RPGs that have been translated as of late, then we're in complete awe. Yet another one has joined the ranks today thanks to the ROM hackers Dynamic Designs, Enix's Japanese exclusive RPG- Burning Heroes.

Not to be mistaken with Burning Rangers for the Sega Saturn, the 1995 turn based RPG is yet another adventure focused around the efforts of four individuals. Fans of FInal Fantasy and Dragon Quest should feel right at home with Burning Heroes, as the game takes a lot of inspiration from the founding fathers of the JRPG genre.

The hard work of Dynamic Designs over time has now born its fruit as a downloadable translation patch for Burning Heroes on the Super Nintendo has now been made available. To see their efforts in action, here is a video of the game featuring an older version of the patch.

Burning Heroes Super Famicom Fan Translation Gameplay Video

Link: Burning Heroes (SNES) Fan Translation Patch
Source: ROMHacking 



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