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Submitted by triverse 211d ago | news

Wizardry Gaiden: Suffering of the Queen for Game Boy Now in English

Triverse writes, "Nintendo can probably safely say that their Game Boy, the original salad green screened one, ran without opposition because it decimated everything that was put against it. One reason for this success was the fact that Nintendo was able to get a plethora of games across many genres to market which pushed more sales of the system- Tetris being a big reason many bought the hand held in the first place, to find other games they liked. One genre that many felt was useless on a battery powered hand held was the Role Playing Game (RPG) genre. That didn’t stop companies from making them available- many we didn’t get in North America, such as Wizardry Gaiden: Suffering of the Queen. Thanks to dedicated fans, this unheard of Wizardry title is now available in English." (Retro)

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