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1. Posted: Mon 1st Apr 2013 19:19 BST
Does anyone know if this game will get a western release date for either US or UK? Or both?
Look's like alot of fun & would LOVE to play this on the 3DS.
Thank you in advance!
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Edited on Mon 1st April, 2013 @ 19:22 by Barbiegurl777
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2. Posted: Mon 1st Apr 2013 19:29 BST
Don't think theres any info on western release yet. I know that doesn't help, all I can say is, I believe it's out in Japan in spring, so just bide the time I'm sure we'll here something before then.
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3. Posted: Mon 1st Apr 2013 19:34 BST
Yeah true... I was just on nintendo's japanese site & saw the trailer's though it look's sooo cute. Plus with it using mii's in the game as character's I'll really hope & pray it gets a western release date.
4. Posted: Mon 1st Apr 2013 19:59 BST
haha it does look very cute.
there has been news that project happiness is getting a western release, which is cool and off topic
5. Posted: Tue 2nd Apr 2013 14:42 BST
Just found an article on (here) nintendolife about the game being called: Home Town Story - 3DS:
Look's similiar to harvest moon & animal crossing a little bit in the graphic's. Cool.
Edited on Tue 2nd April, 2013 @ 14:53 by Barbiegurl777
6. Posted: Thu 4th Apr 2013 03:09 BST
I was just talking about this yesterday, how it would be a nightmare to localize this game.
Tomodachi Collection has so many things that are specific to the Japanese culture and that would make no sense to most of people not familiar to it... Localizing it would be not only translating the language, but also changing uncountable elements and situations.
It would be really nice if Nintendo could develop a global version of Tomodachi Collection, taking into account different cultural aspects worldwide, but that would be a huge and time taking project, once I'm talking about cultural diversity and not stereotypes =)
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