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1: Tales Games. Tales of the Abyss is without a doubt one of the best RPGs on PS2. I'll go so far to say "it's one of the few truly excellent RPGs.


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best import only ps2 games. i think i might finally get a japanese ps2,maybe the ffxii version. so what are some good japan only games for.


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A little shallow, heavy on dialogue, but still pretty fun. It's arguably my favorite game ever. I could get the DC one, but two extra buttons on a PS2 controller let me get around the lack of an arcade stick for button combinations. I don't know if there is any story, but are the game mechanics, item use, etc. P- Board Master. Was not released in Europe, so I count it as an import, in fact. I don't know how to live But I've got alot of toys Actually, I don't know what's come over and what hasn't, so excuse me if this is off. Namco x Capcom : so many popular and nostalgic characters, you almost can't go wrong if you're a fan of either company. It has a lot of options and 2 very interesting new characters, but it doesn't beat buying a totally new game in its place. Even if I can understand all the text, I hate getting bogged down by lots and lots of reading or possibly non-intuitive controls. I'm pretty sure I have more to say. In short, do you think it's worth picking up if my Japanese is not perfect, but relatively strong? I didn't get it because I didn't have the money at the time and no, I don't remember what's in it. Pollyanna th Post Silver Carpet V. I'm confused. It seems like the market there has picked up in the past few years, though? Seeing as we have many here schooled in the business of the import, I'd like it if you could just drop some of the best titles you know that have never been released outside of Japan. Black Matrix is like Summon Night, so if you like one, you'll probably like the other. Plenty of people have played MH2 without knowing a single word of Japanese. I still highly recommend the game, though. More like different in the "good idea, but not quite" way. If you really want to get into it, I can try to give you pointers or answer any questions you might have. Tales of Rebirth, although notably inferior to TOA, is worthwhile for its excellent fight system alone. Burning Ranger. It has the benefit of being a budget-priced game, even by non-import standards. I would say that all the Japanese you'd need to "read" would be webpage stuff to know what you're looking for this is what I carve from this enemy, this is what I mine here, this combines with this, I need this for this armor. If you want something new and exciting, these games aren't so hot, but otherwise, I think they're some of the best fighters I've played. Deciding to get into MH2 is a daunting task, regardless of language. Plus catnip was balanced out. Being able to read Japanese sometimes helps and sometimes doesn't, as the names for things are often silly or random and combining doesn't especially make sense. I also highly recommend Scramble Commander to anyone who thinks they might like real-time strategy, though it hasn't recieved tremendously good reviews from some people, so I would ensure that you're really interested before trying it out. Mushihimesama is good, but I don't know if it's worth the price Get a proper controller, though! Decent looking cinemas, a very new sidequest involving Nei Sort of a multi-generational RPG thing, I hear, which makes for some sentimental scenes for those characters who are left behind and live in multiple eras, like Nall in the Lunar series. I can read a bit of Japanese not perfectly, but enough to thoroughly enjoy Ryu ga Gotoku and I was wondering about whether or not I would be able to enjoy MH2. There's no real story, and while there IS townspeople dialogue, it's not especially important. I recommend MX, though I've heard Alpha 3 is very good. I don't need to mention what you should do about "Metal Slug". BM2 has ugly renders, though I don't recommend Venus and Braves, though it's not a bad game. I plan on getting "Pink Sweets" though. People who aren't huge fans will get sick of the series eventually, but if you're only playing one game, it'll blow your mind. Sounded kind of interesting. The story has some interesting points, it has great style, and the battle system is mostly enjoyable, but you're just doing repetitive time-wasting and often frustrating crap for most of the game. It's somehow profoundly humbling and empowering at the same time. I guess that's it? You might be able to score it for fairly cheap now, and it's translated as well. Also, I'm not going to bother going into extensive reviews of the games, unless people are really interested. There's a full translation out there, as well. Toxico th Post Platinum Carpet V. I have a great resource for it, too. Fans of Guitar Hero should like this, since that game was a somewhat shameless ripoff of Guitar Freaks. It's the type of game that takes a lot of learning. ABA is a fun character to play with. I used to work with a European game company and the situation seemed rather dismal at times. I'm sure there are more. 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