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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Aug 27, 2007.
I have no idea what it is but it looks good.
I won't add much information.. but you should check youtube for the trailer ( kinda funny)
it seems like you've got to do your skills with the stylet .
And graphic doesnt look bad.
Dang, hope this one comes to US or EUR, loved the GBA games.
Does anyone know if its coming out in english.... anyone got any info about it
If only I was not already involved in several translations.
Atlus where are you?
YES!! I have been twitching in anticipation for this one. Summon Night is really a great series - I`ve played all of it so far.... And they do a very good of keeping the world feeling going in the different genres.
I would actually love to translate this one.
And 2 days ahead of retail. Whee!
I hope they will release it in english like the gba ones...
I hate the new gameplay...
Why the stylus...why this fuckin' gameplay ?...
is it an SRPG like the PS2 versions, or dungeon crawl like the GBA ones?
I guess it's a shame that the well known translation rule is that you never translate into a second language.
Is there any US release announced for this one? (Hopes)
This might be a good time to wonder why Atlus didn't bring the third Swordcraft Story (GBA) to the States.
My guess is because 1 and 2 were released 3 months apart in the US, so they were practically competing with each other and sales were likely overall disappointing.
Here's to hoping that the Wii-exclusive Trauma Center sequel (damn you, Atlus, I wanted that on my DS!) may fund more obscure projects like this one.
Next game to be on my DS for sure!
I love the music on the official site.
Because it's a DS....
...Have you even TRIED it yet?
I aint sure he tried it, anyway , using the stylus isn't bad at all ( still waiting the us release of zelda xD)
One good thing , is that you don't need to understand japanese language to play this game.
Stupid language barrier. "Why don't they just learn English, god damnit?!"
Umm... My first language IS English. I just happen to live in Japan, and have lived here a very long time.
And - just had to add - work as a professional translator, translating things *into* Japanese, my second language. That rule only applies if you`re not really fluent.
Just translate the menus for us and we'll be good to go.
The translators... always so overconfident.