Best Japanese/Europe Exclusives

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  1. dimmujed
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    I'm going to compile a list her of the best EXCLUSIVES for Europe/Japan that are playable with no Japanese skills. English patched games are allowed. I'm going to need your guys/gals help with this of course.

    So let's get this started!

    Euro
    Tingle Rosey Rupeeland

    Japanese
    Tingle no Balloon Fight DS
    Jump Ultimate Stars (English Patch available)
    Soma Bringer (English Patch available)
     
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    Tingles Rosy Rupeeland. A neat Zelda spin-off starring the coolest hero of all time, Tingle. I can't figure out why it never came out in the US, but was released in Europe in full English.
     
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    Three down, tons to go!
     
  4. Ruri

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    Japan only:

    Culdcept DS (although you'll probably have to know how to play from the other games in the series.)
    Rittai Picross (a US release is expected eventually.)
    Soma Bringer (duh.)
     
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    Isn't Culdcept and Soma RPG's that require japanese?
     
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    Soma Bringer has a full english patch.
     
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    updated again.
     
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    And Culdcept has a partial english patch, which translates all the cards and important system text -- enough to play the game if you've played other games in the series (in Culdcept, the plot is really, really not important, since it's basically a boardgame.)