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Posted: Dec 23 2003, 08:13 AM
Group: Super Moderators
Member No.: 252
Joined: 26-April 01
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES BEFORE POSTING!
1. Read the General MT Forums FAQ. Its rules apply everywhere on the MT forums, meaning here as well.The Mad Mods thread would also be a necessary read to avoid mod attention / action.
2. Please do not post about where to download any non-free games, ROM, mp3s, videos, or any copyright-infringing material. Please don't ask if anyone has any of these games that they can make you a copy, either.
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As for the DSVN FAQ itself, I removed it: it's old, out-of-date and I never liked it anyway since it was more a correction of the initial years-old FAQ than a rewriting. Instead, here are links:
* If you want to know what a "dating-sim" or a "visual novel" is, go here,
* If you want English patches for Japanese games, go here,
* If you want fan-made English games, go here or here,
* For legally free games Japanese games with an English translation, go to the al|together project,
* If you want to see which Japanese commercial games were translated (in order to buy them), the companies doing such a work are Himareki International (non-adult games) and Peach Princess (who also owns the G-Collection label now, BTW),
* If you want to read reviews of bishoujo games, go here,
* Stores selling original Japanese bishoujo games include ErogeShop, Palet Mail Service or Jungle. For (console) galgames, there's Play Asia, Palet Mail Service, Himeya and NCSX.
This post has been edited by OLF, i.e. Olf Le Fol on Nov 17 2010, 06:47 AM