WonderSwan (Color) games that NEED an English translation.

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The WonderSwan is one of my favorite handhelds. Yeah, it was released only in Japan, and it had lots of games, which are almost all in Japanese.
What are the WS/WS Color games that still need a translation into English? I'll start with these ones:
  1. Clock Tower (WS)
  2. Klonoa: Moonlight Museum (WS)
  3. Puyo Puyo 2 (WS)
  4. Super Robot Taisen Compact 1 and 2 (Dai-1-bu, Dai-2-bu and Dai-3-bu) (WS)
  5. All Digimon games that haven't been touched yet (WS/WSC)
  6. Final Fantasy I, II and IV (WSC)
  7. Front Mission (WSC)
  8. Rockman.EXE - N1 Battle (WSC)
  9. Super Robot Taisen Compact 3 (WSC)
  10. Mr. Driller (WSC)
Even games that yes, have been translated but are currently incomplete count here. And of course games that already exist (English or not) for other systems, I don't care if that's the case.
 
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The Final Fantasy games all have partial translations. And Klonoa has the full story translated it just has a few odds and ends that need to be done but is fully playable.
I hope though those games get translated fully and without issues. An example is AGT Team's Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shito Ikusei project.
 

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I hope though those games get translated fully and without issues. An example is AGT Team's Neon Genesis Evangelion: Shito Ikusei project.
The problem being its aa niche handheld and stuff like Final Fantasy ect are available in English on other systems. I feel there isn't a great demand for translaters to work on them. Personally I think it would be pretty cool to see all the wonderswan games fully translated but I don't see it happening
 

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I hope this happens anyway. If I knew Japanese I would be translating them on my own, and it's not good to leave translation projects unfinished.

Rockman.EXE - N1 Battle is the next game I want to see fully translated. It looks in par with the Battle Network titles on GBA.
 
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Clock Tower has been translated on several other systems, so if you know how to hack you could contact the people behind some of those translations and see if you could use them as a base to work on the WS game.
https://www.romhacking.net/?page=tr...ir=1&title=clock+tower&author=&transsearch=Go

And Puyo Puyo really is playable without translation, although it is a bit of a bummer missing out on the funny dialogue.
 

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That game isn't for the WonderSwan, but for the Neo-Geo Pocket Color. You got the wrong console, dude.

I forgot about that. I am obsessed with Rockman battle and fighters for NGPC. LOL! Thanks for pointing it out but ignored it anyway.
 

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Does anybody remember Front Mission, one of the best JRPGs for SNES? Well, the only English translation of this fantastic game is incomplete and flawed. Literally. Maybe somebody will fix this and release a full and polished translation patch (don't ever expect me to join the team that will do it, of course).

And the main point of this update - the translation could be ported on the WSC version as well!
 
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