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Pokart

I'm quite new to collecting retro Japanese retro Nintendo games and I can't find many other people who do the same. I would love to talk about Japanese games and share tips about the hobby.

I love playing and collecting modern and retro games and I'm very excited about Metroid Dread.

Anti-Matter

@Pokart
Konnichiwa ! ūüėä
I played some Japanese games too.
Both Nintendo and PlayStation games.
The retro Japanese games i played such as:
PlayStation
1. DDR PS1 games
2. DDR PS2 games
3. Beatmania IIDX PS2
4. Pop'n Music PS2 + PSP
5. Guitar Freaks & DrumMania PS2
6. Para Para Paradise PS2
7. Keyboardmania PS2
8. K-1 World MAX 2005 PS2
9. Minna no Tennis 2 PS2
10. Monster Farm 4 PS2
11. Bomberman Battles PS2
12. Bomberman Land 3 PS2
13. Pocket Fighter PS1
14. Chocobo Racing PS1
15. Puzzle Bobble 3DX PS1
etc

Nintendo
1. Kurikin: Nano Island Story NDS
2. Kirei Zukin 2 NDS
3. Ochaken no Heya games NDS
4. K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 1 + 2 GBA
5. Zettai Onkan Otoda Master NDS
6. Ochaken no Daibouken games NDS
7. Custom Battler Bomberman NDS
8. Minna no Conveni NDS
9. Minna no Doubutsuen NDS
10. Minna no Suizokukan NDS

Non Retro
1. Yokai Watch 3 Tempura 3DS
2. AKB48 + Me 3DS
3. WanNyan Doubutsu Byoin 3DS
4. Tamagotchi: Seshun no Dream School 3DS
5. JS Girl: Doki Doki Model Challenge 3DS
6. Miracle Tunes 3DS
7. Sumikko Gurashi game 3DS
8. Maho Cole: Maho Idol Collection 3DS

Top 8 Konami's Rhythm games:
1. Dance Dance Revolution
2. Para Para Paradise
3. DrumMania
4. Beatmania IIDX
5. Pop'n Music
6. KeyboardMania
7. Martial Beat
8. DANCE EVOLUTION

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Pokart

What are some people's favourite Japanese-exclusive box arts?

I love playing and collecting modern and retro games and I'm very excited about Metroid Dread.

Pokart

@Anti-Matter Hi!
I love collecting super famicom, gameboy and n64 in Japanese right now. One of the best parts is that the boxarts always look amazing and fit on the shelf so well.

I love playing and collecting modern and retro games and I'm very excited about Metroid Dread.

Anti-Matter

Pokart wrote:

What are some people's favourite Japanese-exclusive box arts?

My Top 3:
1. 3DS Box art
2. NDS Box art
3. Wii Box art

Top 8 Konami's Rhythm games:
1. Dance Dance Revolution
2. Para Para Paradise
3. DrumMania
4. Beatmania IIDX
5. Pop'n Music
6. KeyboardMania
7. Martial Beat
8. DANCE EVOLUTION

Switch Friend Code: SW-8364-7166-5608 | 3DS Friend Code: 2638-4872-0879 | Nintendo Network ID: TAGunderground

Pokart

@Anti-Matter My absolute favourite Japan-Exclusive box art would be Ocarina of Time and especially the manual.

I love playing and collecting modern and retro games and I'm very excited about Metroid Dread.

Anti-Matter

@Pokart
My retro games are mostly started from late 90's (1998, 1999) and 2000 - 2010 era.
I have no longer interest with NES, SNES games despite they were my childhood games as i have no longer interest with 8 / 16 bit graphics anymore.
I didn't grow by N64 games as i played PS1 games when i was teen. Same case with Gamecube as i played PS2 games instead.
But i have collected 5 USA Gamecube games when i already adult and can get money to buy things.

Top 8 Konami's Rhythm games:
1. Dance Dance Revolution
2. Para Para Paradise
3. DrumMania
4. Beatmania IIDX
5. Pop'n Music
6. KeyboardMania
7. Martial Beat
8. DANCE EVOLUTION

Switch Friend Code: SW-8364-7166-5608 | 3DS Friend Code: 2638-4872-0879 | Nintendo Network ID: TAGunderground

Pokart

@Anti-Matter I only recently started really liking 8bit and 16bit styles but I also have a few European GameCube games like smash bros melee which is now one of my favourite games. I think my favourite style has to be the Game Boy Advance which I believe works at 32 bit graphics.

I love playing and collecting modern and retro games and I'm very excited about Metroid Dread.

ninelevendo

@Anti-Matter chocobo racing is so underrated. Wish square would bring it back one day.

ninelevendo

Lightgazer

@Pokart Elnard's Boxart is really cool compared to the US one (The 7th Saga)

I do collect Japanese games but right now with the new rules for EU its getting incredibly hard to collect them, for a good Price that is.

Also, Cave Noire might be up your alley, check it out if you have the Time.

Someday, somewhere in the Sky...
may we meet again.

My Nintendo: Lightgazer

CactusMan

@ninelevendo there is a Chocobo's Dungeon for Wonderswan if it¬īs just about collecting, you might asswell get that one.

Bamm!

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KingMike

@Anti-Matter I am feeling the reverse. Have so many games on newer consoles, yet I cannot avoid regularly playing and replaying 8/16 bit games.

Currently Final Fantasy III NDS has shown signs it may have heard me talking about its difficulty being dumbed down compared to the Famicom. But I shall see in time. One of many games I played and raqequit near the end like 20 years ago, that I have recently made some attempt to replay by comparing Japanese and English versions.

KingMike

ninelevendo

@CactusMan Its on my wishlist. I had dungeon 2 on ps1 as a kid and liked it quite a bit.

ninelevendo

KingMike

Too bad to hear that part of the reason Chocobo's Dungeon 1 didn't get localized was rumors that the programmer deleted the source code as soon as the Japanese version shipped. Not like they'd need to make programming changes or anything for a potential western release.

KingMike

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