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Magic Knight Rayearth Sees Fan Translation on Sega Game Gear

Magic Knight Rayearth Sega Game Gear Translation

Known as Mahou Kishi Rayearth in Japan, Magic Knight Rayearth has finally been translated by fans for English gamers to enjoy. This is another title for the quite limited library of titles that the Sega Game Gear received in North

Virtual Fishing on Nintendo Virtual Boy is the last Japanese Exclusive to be translated to English

The Nintendo Virtual Boy was one of Nintendo’s few failures in gaming- it was completely mishandled by the marketing team for one thing, among others.  For retrogaming fans that means there is a smaller amount of titles to collect and,

Legend of Zelda – Link’s Awakening Now Available in Spanish thanks to Fan Translation

Most people forget that North America as a whole does not speak English.  When you say North America most people think of the United States of America, that is fine but it is wrong.  That is like thinking Brazil when

Fan Translation: Picross 2 for Game Boy Now Available in English

Before Sudoku was rocking the world there was Picross.  Gamers that took on the challenge of Mario’s Picross, the only official release of this series in North America at least for the Game Boy, were treated to an interesting number

Retro Gaming Magazine #2 Preview and Cover Reveal

We have had to hold back releasing the cover of our second issue as we worked with the artist to get it just right (great art doesn’t just happen). With our second issue we will continue our efforts to feature

Fan Translation: Wizardry Gaiden II: Curse of the Ancient Emperor for the Game Boy Now Available

The first Wizardry title on the Game Boy has already been translated and now the second title in this series has made the leap across languages thanks to fans. In Japan this title is called Wizardry Gaiden 2 – Kodai

Fan Translation: Royal Stone Released for Sega Game Gear

There are not too terribly many Game Gear titles that are Japan exclusives that require extensive knowledge of the language to play. One more title, Royal Stone, has been taken off of that list and is now available in English

Fan Translation: Samurai Lord Musashi Now Available in English for Nintendo NES and Game Boy

Fan translations of titles that we never got in North America are quite cool and interesting because these are, for the most part, new games to enjoy. Here, gamers get two games, one for the NES and one for the

Fan Translation: Wizardry Gaiden: Suffering of the Queen for Game Boy Now in English

Nintendo can probably safely say that their Game Boy, the original salad green screened one, ran without opposition because it decimated everything that was put against it. One reason for this success was the fact that Nintendo was able to

Oriental Blue: Ao no Tengai Fan Translated and Released

It is every generation of consoles that we see Role Playing Games (RPG’s) left in Japan, the Game Boy Advance was no different. Oriental Blue: Ao no Tengai is just one such title, that is now available in English thanks