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New Japanese Boxarts

Hastati

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Stranger of the village of the sword has gorgeous artwork.
Hopefully somebody picks it up for localization.
It's depressing how many PC JPN titles are getting passed on.
On the one hand, it looks very text heavy and the translation might take time, but on the other hand it's gorgeous and most of the screens and artwork are geared towards the serious side of fantasy. Not too much fan service, some creative designs. I would love for someone to localize* this. Especially since it's coming out on vita too.
 

CrovaxPSO

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On the one hand, it looks very text heavy and the translation might take time, but on the other hand it's gorgeous and most of the screens and artwork are geared towards the serious side of fantasy. Not too much fan service, some creative designs. I would love for someone to localize* this. Especially since it's coming out on vita too.
Sales of Demon Gaze will probably have a pretty strong influence on the chances of localization.
 

2+2=5

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Sales of Demon Gaze will probably have a pretty strong influence on the chances of localization.
You forget that before Stranger of the Village of the Sword there are Labyrinth Cross Blood Infinity and Tokyo New World Record: Operation Abyss, on Vita at least.
 

Takao

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Rain, SCE Japan Studio and Acquire’s PlayStation Network adventure game in which the player becomes an invisible young boy chasing the silhouette of a young girl, is getting a retail release in Japan.

In addition to the game, the Blu-ray disc version will include the main theme “Ame ga Utsushidasu Monogatari,” the theme song music video, a PlayStation 3 dynamic custom theme, and a set of three static custom themes.

The retail version will launch on June 5 for 2,200 yen.

Read more at http://gematsu.com/2014/03/rain-getting-retail-release-japan#W2sVvk6gUUHzF8Cc.99
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