Six Japanese games are coming to America for the first time on PlayStation Network. Each of them are PSOne games, and remain in their original language, so some of the more text-heavy ones might not be all that friendly if your Japanese is rusty. Or, you know, non-existent.
As detailed on the PlayStation Blog, the line-up from GungHo Online Entertainment includes text-heavy RPG Sarara’s Little Shop, old-school pinball game Dragon Beat Legend of Pinball, earth-building sim Neo Planet, idol-sim games Heroine Dream 1 and 2, and Tokyo 23-Ku Seifuku Wars. Most of them seem more suited for Japanese speakers, but if you've been waiting for a game that fuses pinball and dragons then you're in luck. Each will cost $5.99.
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Six Japanese PSOne games never before released in the states are set to make their debut, via PlayStation Network.
I wished Microsoft brought Metal Wolf Chaos to XBL.
oh i thought they were translating or something, lame