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New Game Imports With English Language Options

This video is brought to you by Playasia – get
5% off every order via the link below. Hey guys, as regulars will know, the channel
likes to keep people up-to-date on certain video game imports people may be interested
in – in particular, games released in Asia and Japan with English language options but
*aren’t* available over in the West. It’s been a while since last time, so today
is a quick update video on some new releases that you may be interested in checking out. For all games you’ll be able to find them
linked in the description below, as well as the 5% discount code. Also, coinciding perfectly with this is Playasia’s
Black Friday deal where all games will have free shipping to the US. This offer only lasts a week, so make sure
to keep that in mind if you’re located in the US. First up is IS IT WRONG TO TRY TO PICK UP
GIRLS IN A DUNGEON? INFINITE COMBATE, which ships December 12th
and is available for Switch and PS4. There’s been no indication of a western
release at all, but the Asia versions are confirmed to be multi-language and have full
English language options. This is also the case for Ninja JaJaMaru Collection,
a collection of 6 iconic games shipping December 12th, which Playasia has confirmed has English
support for the Asia Switch release. Then there’s SD Gundam G Generation Cross
Rays, which is out now and the Asia versions come with full English language options. Cross Rays is available in the west but it’s
PC only. In Asia however, it’s available for both
Switch and PS4. Alongside these, there are some games that
*are* available on Western platforms but don’t have a physical release. This includes the Final Fantasy VII and VIII
Remastered collection for Nintendo Switch which is out now and the Asia version supports
English, Japanese, French, German, Italian and Spanish. Another collection now out for Switch is the
Dragon Quest 1, 2 and 3 Collection. The Asia version is fully in English, whilst
the games were released individually in the West and digital-only. Romancing SaGa 3 Remaster is again digital
only in the West but you can grab the Asia Switch version which is again confirmed to
have full English support and releasing early next year. And then there’s the hardcore rouguelike
RPG Mistover, available for both PS4 and Switch and releasing January 23rd, and then the visual
novel Coffee Talk releasing January 30th for PS4 and Switch. Both of these, again, only available digitally
in the West. Let us know in the comments below if you are
interested in checking any of these out as well as your thoughts on multi-language imports
in general and, until next time, thank you for watching.

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