Oh my gosh, I can’t believe the day has finally come (and before you yell, yes, I know this news was official a couple nights ago -- you can blame the blind, homeless children I have been reading bedtime stories to the last few days for missing the announcement)! After years and years, the much hyped and ridiculously anticipated fan translation of wet dream-inducing Mother 3 is complete and will be released to all of us non-Japanese speaking people this week! Yay, Roman characters!
Honestly, this entire process has almost been like a soap opera with all its twists and turns, so I am not sure if the same team that started this translation is the same team that finished it. Does it really matter, though? In a few days we will all be able to play Mother 3 and actually understand what is going on!
Click here to get the details on what technical specifics you need to obtain the game once the patch is complete. Now, OF COURSE all of you eager fans own a retail copy of the Japanese game and wouldn’t dare download the ROM without it, right? Right? Actually, don’t answer that. Let’s just use the remaining space in this post to celebrate this historic day!
Woo hoo! Mother 3! AHHHHHHHH! Best news ever! Now my Lucas Halloween costume will be so much cooler! AMAZING!
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