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Old 2009-03-07, 05:18   Link #1
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Question Good japanese video game

I would like to play a japanese video game onto my computer.
But I don't really know which one...
Also I would like to play one translated to English, because my Japanese isn't so good
Spoiler for computer specs:

Hope you guys can give me some suggestions.
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Old 2009-03-07, 06:02   Link #2
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Ever17: The Out of Infinity

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Old 2009-03-07, 07:40   Link #3
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Final Fantasy VII Enough said
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Old 2009-03-07, 09:56   Link #4
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Seconding FF VII

Also, I'd add:
- Shadows of memories (great game and the endings are the best part)
- Metal Gear Solid, Silent hill and Resident evil sagas (classics!)
- Piece of Wonder, Ai yori Aoshi (I have never played them as they are games for males, but I have heard they are good)
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Old 2009-03-07, 11:10   Link #5
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I second Inkyubasu's suggestions, however the question is a little vague, what kind of genre are you looking for?

Visual novels imho are something very different from what is usually intended as a "game".
Then if you are a girl you'll probably find "otome games" more appealing (but not many of them have been translated...)
Also are you fine with old classics or you want them to be recent?

Anyway if you like platforms, there are quite a few Sonic titles for PC.
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Is that your HDD? Or external HDD? I didn't know that you can load games off an external HDD..

Some game suggestions are as follows...

Final Fantasy VII
(Requirements: Pentium I 166Mhz CPU, 32MB RAM)

Metal Gear Solid
(Requirements: Pentium II 233Mhz CPU, 32MB RAM, 4MB video card)

Resident Evil 2
(Requirements: unknown)
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Is that your HDD? Or external HDD? I didn't know that you can load games off an external HDD..

Some game suggestions are as follows...

Final Fantasy VII
(Requirements: Pentium I 166Mhz CPU, 32MB RAM)

Metal Gear Solid
(Requirements: Pentium II 233Mhz CPU, 32MB RAM, 4MB video card)

Resident Evil 2
(Requirements: unknown)
Yes it's my external HDD, and I can load games from it, the only thing is the loading off the game and stuff will take a little bit longer.
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Umm, through emulation you can have access to the entire PS1 library. ePSXe runs most everything perfectly. Eh, but looking at your specs you might want to stick with SNES emulation (ZSNES).
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Umm, through emulation you can have access to the entire PS1 library. ePSXe runs most everything perfectly. Eh, but looking at your specs you might want to stick with SNES emulation (ZSNES).
I can run all games for epsxe good, even tekken 3 (which needs most of my CPU) so it would be fine.
I already have it.
I use image files of psx games I find on the internet, but recently I downloaded FF VII but the game crashes after fighting the boss after the motorcycle stage.
Can somebody help me with that please?
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Old 2009-03-09, 13:26   Link #10
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I can run all games for epsxe good, even tekken 3 (which needs most of my CPU) so it would be fine.
I already have it.
I use image files of psx games I find on the internet, but recently I downloaded FF VII but the game crashes after fighting the boss after the motorcycle stage.
Can somebody help me with that please?
Since my PS2 cannot run PS1 games, so I had tried to run my official PS1 discs through ePSXe which works rather sluggishly. Not mentioning that the twirling noises were quite loud too. For Final Fantasy VII, the graphics were also somewhat glitchy. Perhaps, I ran PS1 games a few times too many, I ended up getting my external dvd writer drive replaced months afterwards, even though I had noticed some serious problems such as frequent CRC errors. My internal dvd writer stopped working after awhile; I ran Final Fantasy VII 2-3 times. I guess it is better to run ePSXe with actual ISOs rather than game discs. Thus, I guess I can't help you with what you experiencing if image files have glitches. I only tried the actual game and it doesn't work very well.. The least to say, I lost two drives trying to play FFVII.

Looking at your specs, I also suggest the use of ZSNES. It is probably the best choice in terms of performance and glitch-free in most cases. I tried playing SNES in PS2 and the end result was that bottom half of the screen was missing (the title Shin Megami Tensei was still there though ), it froze and after that.. Loading SNES emulators result in a full black screen. No clue why..
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Since my PS2 cannot run PS1 games, so I had tried to run my official PS1 discs through ePSXe which works rather sluggishly. Not mentioning that the twirling noises were quite loud too. For Final Fantasy VII, the graphics were also somewhat glitchy. Perhaps, I ran PS1 games a few times too many, I ended up getting my external dvd writer drive replaced months afterwards, even though I had noticed some serious problems such as frequent CRC errors. My internal dvd writer stopped working after awhile; I ran Final Fantasy VII 2-3 times. I guess it is better to run ePSXe with actual ISOs rather than game discs. Thus, I guess I can't help you with what you experiencing if image files have glitches. I only tried the actual game and it doesn't work very well.. The least to say, I lost two drives trying to play FFVII.

Looking at your specs, I also suggest the use of ZSNES. It is probably the best choice in terms of performance and glitch-free in most cases. I tried playing SNES in PS2 and the end result was that bottom half of the screen was missing (the title Shin Megami Tensei was still there though ), it froze and after that.. Loading SNES emulators result in a full black screen. No clue why..
If your original psx game is running slow, did you try with an image file from the disk?
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Old 2009-03-10, 11:18   Link #12
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For FFVII there's a PC version out there, no compatibilities issues with that one.
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final fantasy series is awesome as everyone saying ye

if you want more of an anime game, maybe try Chaos;head, thats ok
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Final Fantasy VII Crises Core it is awsome
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Ideed, but that doesn't run on a PC ^^;
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Final Fantasy VII Crises Core it is awsome
I know, I would like to play it.
But is there a psp emulator out there?
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I know, I would like to play it.
But is there a psp emulator out there?
There is, but the functionality is not that great.

Iunno much Japanese video games on PC, but if you don't mind playing with an emulator, I would recommend one of these games. Any of the Final Fantasy franchise, Star Ocean, Chrono Trigger, and perhaps a game from the Harvest Moon/Rune Factory franchise. I personally haven't played this game (but heard good things about it), Parasite Eve.
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Ever17: The Out of Infinity

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Platform = pc?
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Is that your HDD? Or external HDD? I didn't know that you can load games off an external HDD..

Some game suggestions are as follows...

Final Fantasy VII
(Requirements: Pentium I 166Mhz CPU, 32MB RAM)

Metal Gear Solid
(Requirements: Pentium II 233Mhz CPU, 32MB RAM, 4MB video card)

Resident Evil 2
(Requirements: unknown)
I'm searching for a FF VII iso images to use with a epsxe emulator but I when I downloded it and played it the image file crashed after the boss just after the motorcycle level.
Can you (or somebody) help me to find a good &nd completely working iso ?
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Old 2009-03-14, 00:04   Link #20
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Kana: Little Sister

Among visual novels, this is the best one out there in my opinion. Compared to any anime or manga that I've watched/read so far, this is by far the most moving piece of entertainment that I've ever tried.

I've only finished one ending (5. Memories) so far, but this was more depressing (with moments of hope) than anything that's ever been made (including Air...). You would seriously have to be heartless to not at the very least, shed a single tear throughout this entire game (I'm still crying 20 minutes later...).

Even though it's of the hentai genre, there really isn't as much emphasis on it like other games. It focuses much more on lessons of life and how people deal with difficult situations.

This is a definite 100/100, in other words PLAY IT.
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