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KLAMarine said:
How can I buy this game once it's out? So far, I understand it's JP only.

For Switch, you need to create an account that is for the Japan region. that gives you access to the Japanese eshop and then you can buy this game. i believe you'll need to buy a Japanese Eshop card though, i don't believe they take any credit/debit cards that aren't from that region. I'm sure there is some good youtube videos out there that give you a step by step tutorial on all this stuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R4IQ8yOt8w maybe this one, didn't watch it.

If you want physical (I think they are doing physical on this game), you can buy Japaneses games from places like play-asia.com or Amazon.jp. No mention yet if they plan to include english in these versions, so I'd double check that.



     

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cycycychris said:
KLAMarine said:
How can I buy this game once it's out? So far, I understand it's JP only.

For Switch, you need to create an account that is for the Japan region. that gives you access to the Japanese eshop and then you can buy this game. i believe you'll need to buy a Japanese Eshop card though, i don't believe they take any credit/debit cards that aren't from that region. I'm sure there is some good youtube videos out there that give you a step by step tutorial on all this stuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R4IQ8yOt8w maybe this one, didn't watch it.

If you want physical (I think they are doing physical on this game), you can buy Japaneses games from places like play-asia.com or Amazon.jp. No mention yet if they plan to include english in these versions, so I'd double check that.

I do not think the game will have any English menus so playing it will be a pain for those interested in this kind of thing my only Japanese game is a pain in the ass to understand but it was worth getting a physical disc - gundam vs ps3



ResilientFighter said:
cycycychris said:

For Switch, you need to create an account that is for the Japan region. that gives you access to the Japanese eshop and then you can buy this game. i believe you'll need to buy a Japanese Eshop card though, i don't believe they take any credit/debit cards that aren't from that region. I'm sure there is some good youtube videos out there that give you a step by step tutorial on all this stuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4R4IQ8yOt8w maybe this one, didn't watch it.

If you want physical (I think they are doing physical on this game), you can buy Japaneses games from places like play-asia.com or Amazon.jp. No mention yet if they plan to include english in these versions, so I'd double check that.

I do not think the game will have any English menus so playing it will be a pain for those interested in this kind of thing my only Japanese game is a pain in the ass to understand but it was worth getting a physical disc - gundam vs ps3

The original version of this game had a English translation. Unless there is some kind of rights holder to the translation that holds it back, i can't help but feel it'll be include.



     

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Considering that one PS4 game will have those things, while the other won’t, it sounds more like a developer choice.



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cycycychris said:
ResilientFighter said:

I do not think the game will have any English menus so playing it will be a pain for those interested in this kind of thing my only Japanese game is a pain in the ass to understand but it was worth getting a physical disc - gundam vs ps3

The original version of this game had a English translation. Unless there is some kind of rights holder to the translation that holds it back, i can't help but feel it'll be include.

That was before october 2017 though which is when andrew house stepped down. I think playstation now is going to try extremely hard to keep away Japanese pervy niche games from reaching america by any means including removing any english menus to make it even less pursuable and nintendo knows this so they are willing to risk their family friendly label in exchange for control of that niche market from now on



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ResilientFighter said:
cycycychris said:

The original version of this game had a English translation. Unless there is some kind of rights holder to the translation that holds it back, i can't help but feel it'll be include.

That was before october 2017 though which is when andrew house stepped down. I think playstation now is going to try extremely hard to keep away Japanese pervy niche games from reaching america by any means including removing any english menus to make it even less pursuable and nintendo knows this so they are willing to risk their family friendly label in exchange for control of that niche market from now on

Tbh, I don't know much about Sony's new rules on Japanese games. I was more referring to what would happen in a switch version. And with a translation out there, unless there is a card space issue or a rights holder issue, I don't see why there wouldn't be english in the switch release.



     

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Happy to see that Nintendo still let's developers make the game they want, as long as customers know what kind of game it is. You know, with the use of rating boards.



ResilientFighter said:
cycycychris said:

The original version of this game had a English translation. Unless there is some kind of rights holder to the translation that holds it back, i can't help but feel it'll be include.

That was before october 2017 though which is when andrew house stepped down. I think playstation now is going to try extremely hard to keep away Japanese pervy niche games from reaching america by any means including removing any english menus to make it even less pursuable and nintendo knows this so they are willing to risk their family friendly label in exchange for control of that niche market from now on

The original JP version of the game didn't have any English translation. The Asia version did, version made for other Asian countries, usually with an English translation (frequently very rough English...). 

If they have an Asia version, it will surely be in English too 



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