USEFUL/UNDERSTANDABLE JAPANESE GAMES

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Jun 5, 2007
  1. Leah
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    Newcomer Leah Advanced Member

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    Hey , I just wondered if there are any Japanese games out there that are worth giving a go that have an English option? Or even any that dont have the English option, but are playable without having to read the text. I just know that Japan seem to release some games that look real good and it really annoys me that I cant play them!! So, I just wondered if it's possible to try a few out, and if so, which ones are worth bothering with?!
    Hope that doesn't seem like too much of a silly question lol [​IMG]

    Help much appreciated.

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    Nodame Cantabile.
    Miru Chikara wo Jissen de Kitearu: DS Ganriki Training
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    Jump Ultimate Stars doesn't have an English option, but there are plenty of guides online on how to play and whatnot. Definately worth playing.
     
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    Rhythm Tengoku for GBA. Best game from the WarioWare team.
     
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    Again: "Chou Shoujuu Mecha MG". It's GREAT mecha-game with tons of battle robots and FANTASIC control (just like wiibox (= )
     
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    Ouendan 1 and 2
     
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    - Puyo Puyo Fever 15th Anniversary (menus are easy to figure out and I think a translation document exists)
    - Daigasso Band Brothers (there's a translation document, apart from that the game isn't that text heavy)
    - Tingles Balloon Fight DS (It's Balloon Fight!)
    - Eyeshield 21 Max Devilpower (takes a while to figure out the commands)
    - Puzzle Series Vol1 Jigsaw Puzzle (Jigsaw puzzles!)
    - Puzzle Series - Jigsaw Puzzle - Koinu Mekuri Hen (Jigsaw puzzles with puppies!)
    - Puzzle series - Jigsaw Puzzle - Koneko Mekuri Hen (Jigsaw puzzles with kittens!)
    - Puzzle Series Jigsaw Puzzle Oden Kun (Jigsaw puzzles!)
    - Puzzle Series Odenkun 2 (Jigsaw puzzles!)
    - PikuPiku Toku to E Ninaru 3-tsu no Puzzle (there isn't much text, but the puzzles are kinda confusing, luckly there's some online sites that have tutorials)
     
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    The jigsaw puzzle games are pretty fun truth be told!

    Ouendan 1 and 2 are definate must play games (Japanese versions of Elite Beat Agents).

    Kaitou Rousseau was pretty good fun - you draw disguises on your character so he doesn't get caught and stuff, but it's not the easiest game to figure out.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Pokemon is really easy considering they only use hiragana and katakana.

    So, if your interested in all those Japanese games, why not learn a little Japanese? I haven't been studying it that long and I am quite proficient in it, as well as Chinese at the same time.

    All you need to do is learn the hiragana and katakana (at max a 2 week effort, I did it in two days), then get a simple dictionary for the computer and start translating! With Pokemon, you'll pick up simple grammar in no time.
     
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    yes i would love to start learning japanese, I just worry about it been a little complicated lol [​IMG] so u reckon, it is worth doing?
     
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    er, Bleach Ds series, i reckon u staart with Bleach Ds the 2nd. It's a fighting game so duh...... u'll get it.
     

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