Just a small note for those that were worried, both the GBA Fire Emblem and the Gamecube Fire Emblem are coming next year, tentatively around late spring and so are both Made In Wario titles, with Mawaru Made in Wario being renamed Wario Ware Twisted and scheduled for a March 21st release. Says so on Nintendo’s new press release.
I hope Nintendo takes this new liberal translation idea to heart and releases The Tower SP (GBA remake edition of the old mainstay SimTower), Tiny Aliens (use breeded aliens that look like Chao in a variety of puzzle games) and Thousand Year Family (family life simulation).
Also in the news, Nippon Ichi announced a sequel to Phantom Brave that will have PB’s more liberal gameplay and Disgaea’s humor and err, more “evil” atmosphere. Called Phantom Kingdom, wait till you hear what the twist is this time… :P
You can now build structures and upgrade buildings, even in battle maps (there’s a main fort that starts out as a hut and presumably gets all decked out throughout the game Suikoden/Dark Cloud style). The battle map structures give all sorts of different battle conditions, and people who go in them can get into a brawl and fit inside them, so there’s an inside and outside battle going on at the same time. :P
The game also guess stars Angela Lansbury as a mystery-solving hippopotamus with a bad case of the burps!
Would anyone have been offended if in my post I had said, “I loves me some Japs”?
Someone was offended by your first comment??? Why ask this?
With all the insane mythical stories that get passed around about my home, Jap is really mild compared to some of that. Its never gotten much of a reaction out of me. Especially since I know most people are using as an abbreviation.
BTW, Tyjenks, when you get your Gamecube you should definitely check out Baten Kaitos!
No, no one was offended, I just thought “I love me some Japs”, sounded funny and then that damn political correctness gene that so many of us seem to have grown kicked in. Then, today, I wondered if Jap or Nip or gouk or slant-eyed yella (I think that one, I made up) was still offensive to anyone since those terms are not all the rage anymore like nigga’ still is.