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Thread: Anyone play Japanese made games? (bootlegs, originals, etc.)

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    Fifty Fifty Member Bacon_Barbarian's Avatar
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    I had Jump Ultimate Stars somewhere. Sadly, I lost it and Soul Silver a few months ago. :|
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    Interesting...I've never come across a Japanese-only fighting game before. I have tried everything else but a fighting game in Japanese. I'll put that on my "gamer's to-do list".
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    I bought the Princess Maker game for the Saturn. It looks way better than the PC version and has some extra things that I was surprised to see.

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    Nice! I never did get the older retro games in Japanese. The best I have ever had for retro is Dragonball Z:something for the snes. Though, it's in emulator form.
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    I played .hack//G.U. in Jap form but I mean I've beaten it twice in English so I knew what was going on.

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    See? If you've played it in english, then there really shouldn't be too much of a difference in story line. (Unless of course the publishers want their Westerner counterparts to have a minf-fuck ending in games, like a few I've come across)
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