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Found In Translation: The State of Import Gaming

A long, long time ago, on an archipelago far, far away, console gaming was revived from the brink of obsolescence. The time was the early 1980s, and the place was Japan. After Atari crashed the console market via over-saturation in the US, Nintendo managed to reinvigorate it in its home country of Japan, in the US, and around the world. With this gaming renaissance coming from a foreign country, a new issue arose; an issue that is still relevant to this day to a small, but growing, number of gamers: game importing. Games are imported for a variety of reasons: wider selection of titles (as many games simply do not make the trip overseas for economic reasons), special freebies or collectibles included in copies of foreign releases, original language tracks, and early releases of titles (many games release in the market they are developed in first, with other regions following later). Even cost can sometimes be a factor, with some games selling cheaply in certain regions and more expensive in other regions around the world. Read More

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Deadly Premonition Headed To Europe

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New Super Mario Bros. Wii's Official Line for "Demo Play," Plus Princess Peach Info

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Heroes Over Europe

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