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  1. untrustedwebsite

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    Havent played naruto RPG but it sounds fun!
     
  2. cdeaxsw

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    Itadaki Street DS Dragon Quest and Super Mario

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    21 June 2007 JP Version

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    A game like Mario Party and Monopoly. Multiplayers up to 4 people, in this game the player can play in the tour mode and earn money to dress themselves. There are also mini games like Mario Party, collect money and buy spaces and the person who lands on the player's space gives money to the player just like monopoly however, with bigger stage. This game also have investments and thee player will be able to buy shares for areas in the stage It score 36 out of 40 in the Japanese Magazine "Famitsu". 12 Mario character to play with and 13 Dragon Quest characters. Also it includes many different stages and many accessories that the player can dress themselves with. This is one of the best board games and it has Wifi support so people from different country can play against each other.

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    http://www.square-enix.co.jp/itastds/

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDCMzG6RAIg

    Thank you very much!
     
  3. Mr.Mister

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    WHERE WAS I WHEN THIS WAS MADE!? O_O
     
  4. devanteaddai

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    Blood of Bahamut

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    Blood of Bahamut is a role-playing game in which up to four players battle giant beasts that are featured on both screens of the DS.[2] In order to defeat a giant, players must first destroy its protective armor, then attack its "core," and finally attack its other body parts. The giants can summon smaller beasts, which the players must battle simultaneously. Defeating a giant's body parts and the smaller beasts will grant players "materials" which can be used to produce powerful weapons.[3] The game will contain over 130 missions.


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    Kinda remind me of Bahamuts laggon
     
  5. ageangel

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    Is there anyone translating the game

    Metal Fight Beyblade???
    i would really want to play it in english
     
  6. sYndrome13

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    Level Five Premium Platinum Demo: Ni no Kuni demo

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    Sept. 28, 2009

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    "The demo cartridge, which was made available for the press to sample at the Level-5 Vision press conference, includes playable demos of the above playable titles. Additionally, Level-5 says that those who clear all three demos will unlock a secret game of some form."

    Level-5 Details Tokyo Game Show Lineup

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    English language editing. Put another way: I can't read Japanese, but I can help polish the translation before it's released.
     
  7. cualquiercosa327

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    Houkago Shounen (After-school Boy)

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    31/1/08 JP

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    The adventure game, set in 1975, casts the player as a young elementary student one month before he moves away, doing the best he can to have as much fun and spend as much time as possible with friends before saying goodbye.

    The game features a town to explore, with childhood haunts like parks and candy shops, as well as a school (obviously) and a shrine. Time with friends is passed playing minigames-- the examples given by Famitsu include an eraser racing game and menko.

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    Electroplankton: Hanenbow (Or any others in this series. There are many.)

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    July 08, 2009

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    The Genre is Trivia/Game Show. No other Info.

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    I only have this to say: Searching for a ROM of the game in Google gives no results, and Gamespot is the only website on the internet that even has information of it, even if the only info it has are the name, genre, publisher, developer, and release date.
    I also have reason to believe that it is a DSi game, as when I looked further it mentioned that it was only distributed online.
     
  9. kyuubi426

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    Inazuma Eleven

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    It Is A Football RPG. It Sold Over 41,000 Units Before the End Of The First Week. I Do Not Think It Will Be Released Outside Of Japan Due To The Fact It Has Been Out For A While And They Are Not Even Thinking About Bringing It To America Or England.
    Also There Was An Incomplete Patch Which Only Covered 3/10 Of The Story (When I Say Story I Mean Sure to Happen Events That Have To Happen To Make The Story Progress But People Who Weren't In The Main Story Their Speech Wasn't Translated)

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    The Cancelled Patch's Topic Link:http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=102134
    I Am Sure It Can Be Carried On From
     
  10. serados

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    Super Robot Wars W

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    Doesn't need any introduction. It's a Super Robot Wars game. The only patches for the two DS SRWs (as well as the card battling Gakuen) are intended to only be menu translations.

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    I am willing to fully translate the game, but from what I've read it seems like there are difficulties with hacking the game itself due to the custom compression and data storage used in this game. I followed a few rom hacking guides but the biggest chunk of non-menu text I could find was the prologue.

    I have looked around for SRW translation projects looking for translators, but none were of the games I have played. I don't think I should translate a game I have never played, especially not a SRW game where knowledge of the participating series are critical. W is also a star example of excellent crossover writing, with a solid original setting for the various series to interact in and numerous interactions between them outside of battle, and players with no knowledge of Japanese are missing out a lot for this one.

    Rom hackers who are interested, please contact me.
     
  11. Castor Krieg

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    I would also like to request Inazuma Eleven translation, one of the best games that never left Japan.
     
  12. yami_sora

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    Wouldn't it make more sense to just translate Inazuma Eleven 2 at this point? That said I would love see at least one of them translated.
     
  13. kyuubi426

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    No Because if you dont understand inazuma eleven 2 and the concepts what are you going to do.
    Of Course if you have sense you would play the first one to understand the plot.
     
  14. SyusukeFuji

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    +1 for Inazuma Eleven
     
  15. maximillard

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    SD Gundam G Generation Cross Drive

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    Aug 09, 2007 (JP)

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    Genre: Turn Based Strategy/Rpg
    Gundam Themed turn Based Rpg, with a cool amount of chara

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    none, sorry =/

    (since i don't think it would be possible for translating whole story(if its possible it would take a loooong time [​IMG]) only menu,pilot name,mech name, and attack name will do [​IMG]) thanks before ^^
     
  16. sYndrome13

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    Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey

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    October 8, 2009

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    Source: Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Mission Overview

    The Shin Megami Tensei series has always been more popular in Japan and more of a niche series in the West. Persona 3 FES, Persona 4, and Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor helped increase popularity of SMT in North America, but the series and its spinoffs are still nowhere near as popular as other major RPG franchises. SMT: Strange Journey seems to be a throwback to classic SMT titles with adult characters (instead of high schoolers) and unapologetically old-school RPG design.

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    English language editing
     
  17. bsayzhi

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    If anyone patches it could you post a message on my wall with the place to get it?
     
  18. serados

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    Strange Journey is more likely than not to officially come out in America.
     
  19. ShadowStitch

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    I know it's not so much a "Translation" but I thought, in the interest of tidiness, I might put this here.

    Is there any chance anyone could work up a D-Pad hack for: DS #4268: The Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (USA) like the ones for Starfox and Phantom Hourglass...?

    It's the USA version of RIZ-OAWD, and retains the same awful stylus-trackball control scheme. I've heard mention of a Dpad hack for the japanese version, but I haven't been able to find out any other info on it.
     
  20. clegion

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    go to the cheat forum and ask there
     
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