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  1. Final Fantasy X International UNDUB This is pretty much a updated japanese version of the game. Means it has all the content from the european and american version that was not included in the original japanese release. This is a Fanmade UNDUB tho means it replaced the english voices that came with the International release. You have the option to choose "Japanese" or "English" for the text When you start a new game these are the options you get Download: Password: [email protected] Size: 3,42 GB compressed Format: ISO Tested on: Softmodded PS2 50004 with OPL from a 2,5 HDD
  2. Initial D: Special Stage Download: INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Password: [email protected] Size: 1 GB compressed Format: ISO Tested on: Softmodded PS2 50004 with OPL from a 2,5 HDD
  3. Yukiko

    Japanese Vita Theme Pack

    Well i used the chance to dump a few themes from the Jap Store Enjoy Preview for the Themes: Download: Password: [email protected] Size: 86 MB compressed
  4. Curious how advanced people are in their Japanese studies. Starting with something simple. Please answer the poll ♪
  5. Halo 2 Proof and Cover Have searched for the NTSC-J version everywhere on the net and all i found was nothing and the Scene Release name thats it. So i jumped on the train an bought it myself. Dumped it with my own Xbox. This upload is pretty much the only one on the net. All the other ones are long dead. Download: [Hidden Content] Password: [email protected] Size: 4,26GB uncompressed Format: Folder XBE Tested on: Softmodded Xbox 1.6
  6. TANOSHII When a person is having fun or is about to have fun or enjoying themselves, I often hear them exclaiming "TANOSHII!". It's important to sound out both of those I's! So now you know how to understand the meaning of HAVING FUN / ENJOYMENT in Japanese! Tanoshii~ Tanoshii~ (Of course there is various ways to say it in speech, but this is just a basic discussion. Feel free to get more detailed!)
  7. Okay, so I thought it would be useful to talk about the most efficient (for me) way I've found to learn Japanese. So like any other language learner, I've had a very hard time trying to find a method that not only suits my interests, but also gives me the feeling of constant advancement. I personally learned to read the Kanas without much effort. It all started when I was watching a children's anime on TV on my Spring break, it was Les Miserables. When the break was over and I had to back to school, I looked up the show on Kissanime and continued it there in Japanese. The opening was really slow and the lyrics seemed simple. Little by little and after 30 episodes, I got 4 Hiragana syllables and the concept of the Handakuten memorized. As time went on, I kept learning Hiragana little by little and writing them when I had nothing better to do. But I didn't feel like I was interested in learning Japanese, or maybe I just wasn't subconscious of it. But about 2 years ago, I decided to take the leap. For 6 months, I tried audiobook, looking up words on specific subjects, checking NHK's Easy Japanese... But nothing sticks. Then I came across a certain topic on Kanji Koohi forums made by a guy who quit Japanese a long time ago and decided to start again from zero, and helping other people using his method. The guide is referred to as SGJL, and starts off with utilizing Memrise, a flashcard site similar to Anki, but with easier interaction with the userbase, and more open. I skipped the first 2 courses, since they covered the Kanas, which I've already taken care of, and jumped to Kanji, which was utilized using the RTK method established by Heisig. RTK is the most efficient way to learn kanji, which makes the learner divide the Kanji into radicals, giving each radical a specific meaning (which might differ from its actual meaning) and make up a story in his mind combining the radicals and the Kanji's meaning. Before, I was reluctant on learning Kanji and thought it was unneeded. Oh holy Garfield's lasagna was I wrong. Kanji opened up a whole new world, and made Tae Kim's guide a whole lot easier. Which is IMO the best basic grammar guide for Japanese. Also, while on Memrise, I found A LOT of high-quality courses focusing on Vocab. So I started doing the ones based off of Genki, and some that are specific to a certain anime (like Fairy Tail and Dagashi Kashi) As of late, my current study pattern contains the following: About 2 hours on the courses I've mentioned on Memrise. Reading 2-3 children's story using this Android app (I'm only allowed a maximum of 3 books per day as a free user) I also try to fit -when I have the chance- watching an anime that I've watched before, but without the subs. I pick an anime with a modern-feel, that doesn't have obscure words or unused dialects like the popular Shounen anime. The one I'm currently re-watching is AnoHana. Things I do irregularly: Watch videos posted by Nihongo no Mori Using Jisho to translate songs that I like. If there exists an English translation on the net, I compare it to the one I made. And that's pretty much it. Thought I'd share my experience for the small chance of it being beneficial to someone else.
  8. Post new anime songs that caught your ear as of late! Try to keep it within a 1 year range at least. We could make another thread for older songs. :3 Download: Death March Rhapsody-Ending-Suki no Skill-Wake Up Girls.mp3
  9. This is my favorite site to test my kana knowledge : I mainly used the Drag N Drop ones for hiragana (haven't touched much katakana YET). It doesn't have han/dakuten, but it's a great start if you learn quickly by drag and drop. I memorize things very fast this way. I made my own game similar to this because it inspired me so much. Sample pic of what I'm talking about: There's also other useful learning material on this site like flash cards and stroke order help if you are looking to write (but seriously, who even writes that much anymore?).
  10. Mirai probably has one of the most absolutely cutest and memorable melodic recitation of the hiragana table that I've seen in the 100s of hiragana vids that I've watched. When she sways side to side while reciting, it's so hypnotic! I learned pronunciation very good from this video.
  11. All fonts from the Japanese font company Fontworks, used from your favorite Japanese games on various consoles. Folder Link: Whole package: All fonts are in an organized folder in ABC order, enjoy!
  12. Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga UNDUB Download: Password: [email protected] Size: 2,43 GB compressed Format: ISO Tested on: Softmodded PS2 50004 with OPL from a 2,5 HDD
  13. Halo Proof: Pretty much the same case here as for Halo 2 No links at all online like NOTHING not even dust. So i went ahead and bought it and dumped it myself. Download: [Hidden Content] INFO: You need WinRAR 5.21 / 7-Zip 15.12 or newer to extract the archive. Packaged as RAR5 Password: [email protected] Size: 2,02GB uncompressed Format: Folder XBE Tested on: Softmodded Xbox 1.6
  14. DL: Title: DDR FESTIVAL -Dance Dance Revolution- Developer: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2004/11/18 CERO Rating: 全年齢
  15. DL: Title: Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME Developer: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2003/10/09 CERO Rating: 全年齢 USA Version
  16. DL: Title: DDRMAX -Dance Dance Revolution 6thMIX- Developer: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2002/05/16 CERO Rating: 全年齢 USA Version
  17. DL: Title: Dance Dance Revolution Party Collection Developer: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2003/12/11 CERO Rating: 全年齢 Japan-only Dance Dance Revolution for PS2.
  18. DL: Title: DDRMAX2 -Dance Dance Revolution 7thMIX- Developer: Konami Genre: Rhythm Release: 2003/04/24 CERO Rating: 全年齢 Arcade port of DDRMAX2. USA Version
  19. Hey, if anyone could make a dump of the Japanese version of Digimon World Next Order with DLCs, I would really appreciate it. I own the game, but I don't have access to the DLC anymore, so I'm unable to use my savefile with which I used the DLC before. A NoNpDRM dump with DLC would finally allow me to play my save again.
  20. Anyone have the Japanese PC version of BO2, been looking for the game but no luck.
  21. Persona 4 UNDUB Download: Password: [email protected] Size: 1,88 GB compressed Format: ISO Tested on: Softmodded PS2 50004 with OPL from a 2,5 HDD
  22. Anyone have the subbed or dubbed version of Black Ops 1, all I have is Black Ops 2 Japanese Dubbed version.
  23. Genealogy of the Holy War ^dumbass name. In loving memory of our most-loved @RedTwintails, who had the patience as a 10-year-old that just lost at CoD. Rest in peace. (Same ROM that was uploaded by Yukiko) Genre: Tactical RPG Size (compressed): 2.58 MB Size (uncompressed): 4 MB Link: Password:
  24. Hello all, Last week, I installed Henkaku and started collecting games from my want-to-play list. I got almost all of them from torrents and this website (thank you so much for it!). Still, there are some Japanese games missing, hence this thread. So, here the list: 1. Rewrite (PCSG000414, 2014-08). There is a Maidump in a torrent on, but it is stuck on 0.0%. 2. Chaos;Child (VLJM35209, 2015-06). 3. Kajiri Kamui Kagura (2013-04). 4. Dangan Ronpa: Zettai Zetsubou Shoujo (VLJS05046, 2014-09) 5. Steins;Gate 0 (2015-12) 6. Steins;Gate Senkei Kousoku no Phenogram (2013-11). There is a Maidump in a torrent on, but it is wrong/fake/renamed as Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Venus. I appreciate any help in searching and uploading. If I find a link myself, I will share it in this thread. I'm still new here, so please tell me if I messed something up. -Wires
  25. The Switch is region free if you don't knew. Means you can buy games now from anywhere and play them on your EUR,US,JAP System without a problem. Thanks Nintendo that you removed that stupid nonsense Region lock. Well turns out even some of the Japanese Games have already all the languages included. For example "I am Setsuna" has a cart release in Japan but not in the West. And if you are like me who hates e-shop only stuff and wants to have awesome games like that on the shelf you are lucky. Becasue "I am Setsuna" is playable in English,Japanese and French. How to check: Source Also Disgaea 5 is playable in English no reason to wait till May just order it from Japan and enjoy