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Anyone planning to translate it?
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seeing the brilliant quality of this game, namco would be mad not to release this outside of Japan.
If some group were to translate it however, they'd probably finish after the official one is done (assuming there is going to be one), as is the case with "Its a wonderlife" and FFTA2
 

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seeing the brilliant quality of this game, namco would be mad not to release this outside of Japan.
If some group were to translate it however, they'd probably finish after the official one is done (assuming there is going to be one), as is the case with "Its a wonderlife" and FFTA2

I guess it is "it's a wonderful world", right?
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Or it is the change of titel, but I thought in Europe it was going to be "The world ends with you"..

On topic, I don't think anyone would do a translation on this, I think it's getting an official. If anyone wants to do it, though, I would really like that.
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Tales of the Tempest was terrible. That's all.
Also, why should one need to mess with such a wonderful game? You get more fulfillment (well to me) when you beat it without any cheats, hacks, real time saves, etc.
 

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Tales of the Tempest was terrible. That's all.
Also, why should one need to mess with such a wonderful game? You get more fulfillment (well to me) when you beat it without any cheats, hacks, real time saves, etc.
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wtf? How does a translation have anything to do with lessening your feeling of fulfillment of the game? Generally you get more of that when you actually know what's going on.
Most of us don't live in Japan, you know...
 

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Tales of the Tempest was terrible. That's all.
Also, why should one need to mess with such a wonderful game? You get more fulfillment (well to me) when you beat it without any cheats, hacks, real time saves, etc.

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wtf? How does a translation have anything to do with lessening your feeling of fulfillment of the game? Generally you get more of that when you actually know what's going on.
Most of us don't live in Japan, you know...

Just GameBrink it then >.>;

The game itself sucks balls regardless if you understand or not.
 

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Tales of the Tempest was terrible. That's all.
Also, why should one need to mess with such a wonderful game? You get more fulfillment (well to me) when you beat it without any cheats, hacks, real time saves, etc.

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wtf? How does a translation have anything to do with lessening your feeling of fulfillment of the game? Generally you get more of that when you actually know what's going on.
Most of us don't live in Japan, you know...

Just GameBrink it then >.>;

The game itself sucks balls regardless if you understand or not.
There's no guide at Gamebrink I just searched
 

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