Two New Game Boy Games for the Collection!

I had another couple of great finds while shopping for Game Boy games and they are in such great condition I would be doing you wonderful people a disservice by not showing them off. This post will basically just be pictures of the games, boxes, and little inserts for Pokemon Blue and Donkey Kong Land 2 (Donkey Kong Land in Japan), so if you’re into that sort of thing, give it a look!

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Let Me Introduce You to Cherrygrove City Part II

Alright, it’s time to go meet the rest of Cherrygrove City as we continue looking at dialogue from Pokemon Crystal with side-by-side translations. Don’t forget to check out Part I and the rest of the ‘Let Me Introduce You to‘ series!

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Let Me Introduce You to Route 29 and Cherrygrove City Part I

Now that we’ve talked to everyone in New Bark Town, it’s time to move to Route 29. Check the side-by-side game dialogue and translations to get reading practice using Pokemon Crystal! And don’t forget to check out the rest of the ‘Let Me Introduce You to’ series :]

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Let Me Introduce You to New Bark Town

I want to try something a little different here and see if anybody out there finds this sort of post helpful. I’m basically going to post the Japanese text from each NPC in New Bark Town from Pokemon Gold and Silver with a translation that tries to be literal, but still understandable. You can try to read the text yourself and then check the translation to see how you did. I may sprinkle in some grammar information as well. Let’s get to it!

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3 Great 3DS Games to Play in Japanese Part I

The Nintendo 3DS may be region locked, but if you want access to a great catalog of Japanese games, importing a system from the 3DS line is worth the trouble. This is because it can access Nintendo’s digital store, the eShop, and is jam packed with JRPGs. Once you import a system, there isn’t really a need to import games because most of them are on the eShop. Plus, with a bank account that lets you make international purchases, like Ally Bank or something, you can use the debit card from your bank to buy games. Buying eShop gift cards from international sellers and having the codes sent to you is also an option though. With all of that out of the way, let’s get to the games.

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