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Some of the Klonoa games like Klonoa Volley Ball and the Klonoa RPG games for GBA.
What about trade embargoes?
Anyone else think there might be too many preemptive examples? Things like "the company that licensed this series closed down so it won't be exported unless someone else picks up the rights", which shouldn't really count because... we don't know somebody won't pick them up eventually. It should only really be confirmed examples, or at least things that came out in their original countries long enough ago that it's pretty clear they aren't coming out anywhere else anymore.
I have to wonder if the Katekyo Hitman Reborn entry really counts—the post is just complaining about how it doesn't have an English dub. It sounds more like Fan Myopia to me. Any ideas?
EDIT: The Jump Ultimate Stars entry also confuses me: since when had Viz used it to justify the release of I''s or Strawberry100%?
Given the subject is an enormous source of Wall Banger, I'd propose a more humorous page image, namely three logos (Hulu, Namco and Square Enix) accompanied by the caption:
Another example of this trope is Another Tenchu game for the Playstation Portable called Time of the Assassins was release in Japan and Europe in 2006
The European version has English voice acting and English text.
The SNES version of Mario`s Picross was released in Europe and Japan on Virtual Console.
Another example is the Game boy game Star Ocean: Blue Sphere came out in Japan only in 2001 and came out on Cell Phones in 2009
Sailor moon is also airing in Albania and also its airing in Hong Kong
Another example is the Astro boy 2003 series Manga only got release in Japan, Southeast Asia in English, and Australia
It also got a English Translation by a Singaporean company called Chaung Yi and Chaung yi`s english translation got release by another company named Madman Entertainment in Australia
Another example is the NES Game Devil World only released in japan in 1984 and in Europe in 1987, but it didn`t get released in the United States possibly because of the Religious content
It also got released on the Wii`s virtual console in Japan, Europe, and australia in 2008
The PAL Version also has a English Translation
It`s the only game that is designed by Shigeru Miyamoto didn't a United States Release
In Poland we do not have a lot of manga, tv shows, anime, taco bell... and nintendo. Well, we can download wii ware games(But we have to set our country as Ireland/Germany), but it is still hard to find retro nerdy stuff like nes/snes games, nintendo candy... fortunately, we had our famicom clone - pegasus - that way we played famicom exclusives, not avaible in the USA or Europe.
18.104.22.168, what exactly are you doing? This seems to be a variant of [~=Repair, Don't Respond~=].
VR Troopers got a DVD release in the United Kingdom by Jetix Films, but it didn`t get a DVD release in the United States
Digimon Savers is now airing in the UK
The Updated Rerelease of the once Wii Exclusive No More Heros for the PS 3 and Xbox 360 got released in Japan in 2010 was about to become this until later this year Konami will published and release it in the United States in 2011
A Crayon Shin Chan game for the Wii was released in Japan in 2006 and Spain in 2008
It never came out in the United states, Australia, and the rest of Europe
Detective Conan: The Mirapoils investgation was released in Japan in 2007 and it was released in Germany in Janurary 2009 and the rest of Europe in April 2009 as Case Closed: The Mirapolis Investgation
The USA and Australian release date is TBA and it will be published by Sega
Wii Chess came out as a downloadable on the Wiiware in Japan in 2007, and it came out in Europe in 2008 as a Budget Price Retail title.
Australia and United States didn`t get it this title
Wii chess has online play.
The PSP game Ape Escape Academy 2 come out in Japan in 2005, Europe in 2006, Australia in 2006, but the United States didn`t get it
The United States only got Ape Escape Academy 1 for the PSP.
No free doctor who adventure games for us, in U.S.
Ridge Racer 2 PSP got a European and Australian and the United States didn`t get it yet.
The First Ridge Racer PSP game came out in the United States.
Bomberman Story DS got a Australian and European Release
Australia got a release date in 2007 and Europe got it in 2008 and the United States didn't get it yet
WHY THE BLOODY HELL HASN'T THE WB SILVER-AGE ANIMATION STUFF GOT A UK RELEASE????
Animaniacs, Tiny Toons - Region 1 only! What about Dinosaurs?
DISNEY AND WARNER - YOU HAD MASSIVE FANBASES WHO WATCHED THAT STUFF ON ITV!
Mortal Kombat II got a Playstation 1 release in Japan but didn`t get released in the United States
Bleach: Heat the Soul Series for the PSP didn`t get a US release possibly because of Licensing Issues
The Updated Release Pikmin 2 for the Nintendo Wii got a European and Australian release in 2009 but not a USA release yet
Grand Turismo 4 Prologue for the Playstation 2 got released in Japan, and Southeast in 2003 and Europe in May 2004
It didn`t get release in the United States and Australia
Metal Gear Intergal for the PS 1 got a japan release it has English voice acting, VR missions and other extras. but the United States got half of the game called Metal Gear Solid: The VR missions and Metal Gear Intergal was released on the PC in the United States in 2000.
Remakes of Phantasy Star I & 2 for the Playstation 2 got a Japan release but not a US Release.
Phantasy star I, II , and IV was supposed to be released in the United States and Europe as Phantasy Star Trilogy by a Game Publisher called Conspiracy Entertainment but the Remake of Phantasy Star IV was cancelled in japan and Sega America reclaimed the Publishing rights from Conspiracy Entertainment
The Blue Dragon anime got a Uncut DVD release of the First 24 episodes with an Uncut English dub made by Viz Media and the Japanese version with English Subtltles in the United Kingdom but we got only got edited version shown on Cartoon Network in the United States on DVD
Micheal Jackson`s Moonwalker was released on DVD in the United Kingdom, South Korea, Australia, Japan, and Mexico but it didn`t get released in the United States Possibly because of Licensing Issues.
I think the DVD is in the US now. Since I ordered it a while ago and I watched it with my parents.
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