Category Archives: Fantranslations
While the Atelier series has generally had fairly reliable localization prospects since the PS2 era, this was not the case for earlier games in the series which has been left behind, available in Japanese only. Today, a step is taken … Continue reading
A fantranslation for Japanese TRPG Kamigakari has been released. Featuring art from Yoshinori Shizuma, an artist well-known for his work on Kantai Collection, here is some information about this TRPG from the translator itself.
Another big name Tabletop RPG has now been tackled! Tokyo Nova is a Cyberpunk TRPG with an interesting gimmick – instead of being resolved with dice as is the classic method, it utilizes standard playing card decks instead!
A Christmas Gift from its kind translator – a partial fantranslation for Night Wizard 3E has been made available. Originally published in 2002, Night Wizard is a “modern magic” world in which magic-using teenagers known as Wizards fight against invading … Continue reading
Yet another addition to the slow, yet ongoing process of making more Japanese RPGs available to English reading audiences comes “Monotone Museum” As stated by the author, “Monotone Museum was actually created as an example of how someone with no … Continue reading
Dragon Force 2 has always been one of those long lamented “why did they deprive us of this game by not localizing it” mystical games that get much build-up from being Import Only. However, the recent completed fan-translation has changed … Continue reading
Thanks to the hard workers at 4chan again, a new fan-translation of another Japanese TRPG has been released! What’s the appeal of this system, you ask? I’ll let the translator’s notes speak for itself.