Keke. Import it~! If you know bits of Japanese, that's great, you don't miss much! Yet, being that I've personally played several Japanese Pokémon games, you don't miss much without Japanese. And two pluses of not knowing Japanese with an imported game: you learn some Japanese, and you also get an added challenge to the game!
Technically, if you get Japanese SoulSilver, and English HeartGold, you aren't getting the same game, bweh. XD
Though, the prices are quite high...
You should import. Import SS and get English HG, or vice versa.
I might import. I want to so bad D: Except I hear it's prety expensive and I dunno that I can justify spending 60-70 bucks on a game. :<
I'm hoping to do this, too. Import one from Japan, buy the other when it comes out in English. You don't really need to understand Japanese to play. The only thing you miss out on are the boring walls of text spat out by NPCs that I don't care about anyway.
Plus it's an added bonus if it makes TTE less cool.
I'm good with waiting for the English release. But then, I am pretty patient. So it really depends on if you are willing to wait the 6 or so months after the Japanese release.
Just wait. If you don't know Japanese you'll lose a bit of the fun. Plus, it probably won't take too long after.
Don't import it. If you really want to play it get a ROM or jus wait.
I think I'll be importing from the US to shrug off that annoying 2 month delay.
But from Japan? I know I'd just end up getting the english version as well, and I don't wanna buy 2 copies
Wait it off! you don't need two of the same game, with one in a language you don't understand. Buy one in English and that's it
Originally Posted by FE 6X Well, if you don't know Japanese, it's almost unplayable. Not really...
I knew pretty much no Japanese when I got Platinum (very, very very little Japanese.. hell, I spelled Tina wrong when I started the game) but I got through the game perfectly fine. Then again, I'm perfectly okay with working through things blindly... which I haven't seen anybody else have their mind work similarly to mine. Not. Once.
.If you feel like you can get through a game semi-blindly or know Japanese, go for it! It'd be useful info for the wiki, too. ^__^
Well, if you don't know Japanese, it's almost unplayable. Besides, it won't be out till Fall in Japan....and I'm going to guess it'll be early 2010 for a worldwide release....
i dont understand why people feel the need to pay money to import a game they dont understand. so i say no. as far a japanese game goes, youre better off with a ROM.
DON'T IMPORT YOU WAPANESE FAGGOT
BE A GOOD LITTLE GIRL AND WAIT LIKE THE REST OF US
THAT DOESN'T COUNT JOSH BECAUSE HE'S BEING A WAPANESE FAGGOT
I'm gonna import it.
But we can't have EVERYONE doing so. It'd make me less cool.
Depends if you know Japanese then get it. But if you really want them get them they just have some minor differences is all. But if you wanna make TTE less cool, do it! But either way it's your choice and you'd get to play the game bfore the US gets it xD.
Well, my Wi-Fi did go out yesterday... (But that was an ISP fail for about 10min) Other than that issue, my connection has always been 3-bar, and everything but the new Global Terminal features work without issue.
Sooo... I assume that the server(s) holding that part of the WFC might be skrewed up... Battle Videos and that are probably a little too popular.
It hits me. I assumed it was because of my shitty wi-fi around here.
I have no clue with the JP version. I'm only an EN version player. I would assume though, that the error codes would be the same.
If you could test that for me, that would be very very awesome Tina ^_^
I dunno if the error codes are the same between the JP/EN versions... unless you tried between languages or something and got the same code. Otherwise, I'd go and check to see if uploading anything'd work on my Plat. XD
That's kinda weird, though... maybe the server for the Battle Videos is down/screwed up and gives you the wrong code...?
I want less and less legenendaries each gen. 3 LEGENDARIES NEXT GEN! There are too many as it is, and Game Freak is just shoving them down our throats