It is every generation of consoles that we see Role Playing Games (RPG’s) left in Japan, the Game Boy Advance was no different. Oriental Blue: Ao no Tengai is just one such title, that is now available in English thanks to fans that have taken it upon themselves to translate it.
Hudson Soft dropped this title on fans in Japan in 2003. Fans note that this title has a unique magic system, branching storylines and an interesting storyline. Grab the patch and while you are at it, drop in on Retrocollect and say thanks for the announcement.
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