POLL: If You Could Pick One Game To Be Localized, Reader Picks

Sunday, May 12th, 2013

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This month’s poll is all about localization. Localization has been on the mind of those that run oprainfall recently due to some things happening behind the scenes (though localization has always been on our minds really). Hopefully we’ll be able to report some great news about oprainfall and localization soon. In the meantime, we are curious to know which of these five games our readers are most interested in seeing localized. While there are many titles out there that need localized besides these five, these were chosen because there has been some recent discussion about the games from publishers and/or they are simply popular amongst our volunteers.

So which will it be?

Project Diva F

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Final Fantasy Type-0

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Fatal Frame 4

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Senran Kagura Burst

Senran Kagura Burst

Tales of Innocence R

Tales of Innocence R

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