History GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff / VideoGames

27th May '17 3:58:09 PM nombretomado
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** SNES [=RPGs=] in general were almost never localized in France, even without a translation! Some of the most highly regarded SNES games of all times like ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'', ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', or ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' were '''''never''''' released in Europe at all (until some eventual ports, remakes, or VirtualConsole re-releases, but most of the time still not translated).

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** SNES [=RPGs=] in general were almost never localized in France, even without a translation! Some of the most highly regarded SNES games of all times like ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'', ''VideoGame/EarthBound'', ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'', or ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' were '''''never''''' released in Europe at all (until some eventual ports, remakes, or VirtualConsole UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole re-releases, but most of the time still not translated).
26th May '17 2:21:41 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Arcade games also have a following in Southeast Asia, which is a tough spot as far as consumer-software gaming goes due to [[NoExportForYou not many publishers acknowledging it as a region for releasing games]] and Nintendo infamously never releasing any of their devices in any part of SEA other than Hong Kong, yet is an official release and service territory for many arcade game publishers such as Creator/{{Konami}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Indonesia in particular is an interesting case, as Namco even localizes arcade games specifically for the Indonesian market, such as ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 5''.
26th May '17 2:18:11 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Arcade games also have a following in Southeast Asia, which is a tough spot as far as consumer-software gaming goes due to [[NoExportForYou not many publishers acknowledging it as a region for releasing games]] and Nintendo infamously never releasing any of their devices in any part of SEA other than Hong Kong, yet is an official release territory for many arcade game publishers such as Creator/{{Konami}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Indonesia in particular is an interesting case, as Namco even localizes arcade games specifically for the Indonesian market, such as ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 5''.

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** Arcade games also have a following in Southeast Asia, which is a tough spot as far as consumer-software gaming goes due to [[NoExportForYou not many publishers acknowledging it as a region for releasing games]] and Nintendo infamously never releasing any of their devices in any part of SEA other than Hong Kong, yet is an official release and service territory for many arcade game publishers such as Creator/{{Konami}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Indonesia in particular is an interesting case, as Namco even localizes arcade games specifically for the Indonesian market, such as ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 5''.
26th May '17 2:17:59 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Arcade games also have a following in Southeast Asia, which is a tough spot as far as consumer-software gaming goes due to [[NoExportForYou not many publishers acknowledging it as a region for releasing games]] and Nintendo infamously never releasing any of their devices in any part of SEA other than Hong Kong, yet is an official release territory for many arcade game publishers such as Creator/{{Konami}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertaiment, and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Indonesia in particular is an interesting case, as Namco even localizes arcade games specifically for the Indonesian market, such as ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 5''.

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** Arcade games also have a following in Southeast Asia, which is a tough spot as far as consumer-software gaming goes due to [[NoExportForYou not many publishers acknowledging it as a region for releasing games]] and Nintendo infamously never releasing any of their devices in any part of SEA other than Hong Kong, yet is an official release territory for many arcade game publishers such as Creator/{{Konami}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertaiment, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment, and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Indonesia in particular is an interesting case, as Namco even localizes arcade games specifically for the Indonesian market, such as ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 5''.
26th May '17 2:17:35 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Arcade games also have a following in Southeast Asia, which is a tough spot as far as consumer-software gaming goes due to [[NoExportForYou not many publishers acknowledging it as a region for releasing games]] and Nintendo infamously never releasing any of their devices in any part of SEA other than Hong Kong, yet is an official release territory for many arcade game publishers such as Creator/{{Konami}}, Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertaiment, and Creator/{{SEGA}}. Indonesia in particular is an interesting case, as Namco even localizes arcade games specifically for the Indonesian market, such as ''VideoGame/{{Aikatsu}}'' and ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 5''.
20th May '17 12:13:24 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' games became very popular in Japan, and ended up influencing ''Franchise/DragonQuest'', forming the foundation for the EasternRPG subgenre. {{Polished port}}s were released [[NoExportForYou exclusive to Japan]]. There have been ''Ultima'' [[http://wiki.ultimacodex.com/wiki/Ultima_Manga manga]] loosely based on the Famicom versions.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'' games became very popular in Japan, and ended up influencing ''Franchise/DragonQuest'', forming the foundation for the EasternRPG subgenre. {{Polished port}}s were released [[NoExportForYou exclusive to Japan]]. There have been ''Ultima'' [[http://wiki.ultimacodex.com/wiki/Ultima_Manga manga]] loosely based on the Famicom versions.
18th May '17 6:53:51 AM CalamityRaven26
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** In ''Persona4'', Chie is arguably ''the'' most popular female character of the the Investigation Team. But while she's loved on all sides of the world, she's ''especially'' popular in America, no doubt due to being a KickChick ActionGirl who's {{Adorkable}} enough to give [[DragonAgeOrigins Alistair]] a run for his money.

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** In ''Persona4'', Chie is arguably ''the'' most popular main female character of in the the Investigation Team. But while West. While she's definitely loved on all sides of the world, she's ''especially'' popular in America, no doubt due to being a KickChick ActionGirl who's {{Adorkable}} enough to give [[DragonAgeOrigins Alistair]] a run for his money.
17th May '17 4:44:11 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Furthermore, Shinjiro is also popular on all sides of the world, but is ''especially'' popular in the West for being a tough {{Badass}} with a [[BruiserWithASoftCenter hidden soft spot for cooking and animals]], alongside [[spoiler:[[DyingMomentOfAwesome dying like a total badass.]]]] Similar to Junpei, his Social Link in the Female Route of Persona 3 Portable only endeared him further to Western fans, alongside having a surprisingly {{Adorkable}} personality if romanced.

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** Furthermore, Shinjiro is also popular on all sides of the world, but is ''especially'' popular in the West for being a tough {{Badass}} badass with a [[BruiserWithASoftCenter hidden soft spot for cooking and animals]], alongside [[spoiler:[[DyingMomentOfAwesome dying like a total badass.]]]] Similar to Junpei, his Social Link in the Female Route of Persona 3 Portable only endeared him further to Western fans, alongside having a surprisingly {{Adorkable}} personality if romanced.
17th May '17 6:42:52 AM CalamityRaven26
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** Furthermore, Shinjiro is also popular on all sides of the world, but is ''especially'' popular in the West for being a tough {{Badass}} with a [[BruiserWithASoftCenter hidden soft spot for cooking and animals]], alongside [[spoiler:DyingMomentOfAwesome dying like a total badass.]] Similar to Junpei, his Social Link in the Female Route of Persona 3 Portable only endeared him further to Western fans, alongside having a surprisingly {{Adorkable}} personality if romanced.

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** Furthermore, Shinjiro is also popular on all sides of the world, but is ''especially'' popular in the West for being a tough {{Badass}} with a [[BruiserWithASoftCenter hidden soft spot for cooking and animals]], alongside [[spoiler:DyingMomentOfAwesome [[spoiler:[[DyingMomentOfAwesome dying like a total badass.]] ]]]] Similar to Junpei, his Social Link in the Female Route of Persona 3 Portable only endeared him further to Western fans, alongside having a surprisingly {{Adorkable}} personality if romanced.romanced.
** In ''Persona4'', Chie is arguably ''the'' most popular female character of the the Investigation Team. But while she's loved on all sides of the world, she's ''especially'' popular in America, no doubt due to being a KickChick ActionGirl who's {{Adorkable}} enough to give [[DragonAgeOrigins Alistair]] a run for his money.
17th May '17 6:39:20 AM CalamityRaven26
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* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona''
** [[TheLancer Junpei Iori]] from ''Persona3'' is well-loved on both sides of the world, but his likable personality, his hilarious moments alongside some fantastic CharacterDevelopment, ''and'' the fact that he's one of the most useful party members in a game where party AI is [[AIRoulette really screwy]] all made him an instant hit in the West. After all, we can't expect anything less from [[Memes/Persona3 da man.]]
** His popularity only skyrocketed with the release of ''[[UpdatedRerelease Persona 3 Portable]]'', which not only let you play as a Female Protagonist, but also allowed you to have a Social Link with him in that route. Sure, he wasn't romanceable, but the additional insight on his already-great character only further endeared himself in the west.
** Furthermore, Shinjiro is also popular on all sides of the world, but is ''especially'' popular in the West for being a tough {{Badass}} with a [[BruiserWithASoftCenter hidden soft spot for cooking and animals]], alongside [[spoiler:DyingMomentOfAwesome dying like a total badass.]] Similar to Junpei, his Social Link in the Female Route of Persona 3 Portable only endeared him further to Western fans, alongside having a surprisingly {{Adorkable}} personality if romanced.
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