Can I get through Rhythm Tengoku without translation?

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  1. TeeR
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    Member TeeR GBAtemp Regular

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    I've played the other Rhythm Paradise/Heaven/Tengoku games before and I was wondering if I do want to play the original, Japam-only game, if I'd need heavy translation to play it, or if I could play the game just fine with Japanese text and still get a good idea of what's going on.
     
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    you can play the game normally without any english word,some games don't even have tutorial.
     
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    You won't be able to read the optional notes you get for perfecting stuff, but the games themselves are easy to figure out. I cleared the game without understanding Japanese myself. Some games require a bit of trial and error before you know what you're supposed to do though.
     
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    Well alright then. Thanks!
     
  5. W hat

    Member W hat Rhythm Heaven Fan

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    There is a translation. It's ON GBAtemp! Come on! It's in the same section of the forum as this thread! The image in my signature links to it. SEVEN of the first 10 Google links in a search for Rhythm Tengoku translation link to the translation! The top four results all lead to the project! Come on!
     
  6. thaddius

    Member thaddius Charmander is not pleased.

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    It's ok, W hat. We still love you and your translation.
     
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