Nanashi no Game considered for western release

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  1. granville
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    granville GBAtemp Goat

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    http://www.cubed3.com/news/10614

    I was really impressed with how scary Nanashi no Game was! I'm not normally freaked out or affected by horror stuff (Dementium got no shudders out of me), but somehow Nanashi no Game did! So job well done Square-Enix! [​IMG]

    The one setback is that I can't understand Japanese and am unable to understand what I'm sure is a very unique and frightening story. [​IMG]

    Well, it's selling very well in Japan and now Square Enix of Europe has put out a statement that says they are seriously considering bringing the game to western territories. [​IMG]

    So raise your goblet and toast the hopeful future of Nanashi no Game being released in English. Or as it will probably be called over here "The Game With No Name". [​IMG]
     
  2. Grimalkin

    Grimalkin Waaaaaaaah!

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    What exactly is Nanashi no Game? I'm too..dunk,k to like figue ut out...

    wow,.. keobaord gor small.
     
  3. thedicemaster

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    it's a horror game built on the same concept as "the ring"(movie) but with a cursed game instead of a cursed video tape.
     
  4. ChaosBoi

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    Wow, I was actually kind of looking forward to this when I heard about it [​IMG] . I wonder how well the localization will be done.
     
  5. Bluntsly

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    That looks pretty cool, wouldn't mind giving it a go.
     
  6. Law

    Law rip ninjacat that zarcon made me

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    Sounds awesome. Not to mention it's always better when a game is in a language you can understand.