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  • MangaGamer offering limited hard copies at Anime Expo

    June 28th, 2010, by zalas in Press Release, Release, Translation

    According to a tweet by MangaGamer, they will be offering limited hard copies of the all ages version of Kira Kira as well as the question arcs of Higurashi no Naku Koro ni for sale at Anime Expo. According to MangaGamer, these were created through a special arrangement with HOBIBOX and OVERDRIVE. The box art can be seen on the MangaGamer Anime Expo post. The press release indicates that interested distributors should talk to MangaGamer at the convention or via email.

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  • MangaGamer sets price for Edelweiss fandisc, holds sale

    March 12th, 2010, by zalas in Press Release, Tidbits

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    EDELWEISS BUNDLE PACK & SPRING SALE AT MANGAGAMER.COM
    Limited Time Sale starting from April 1st

    March 12, 2010 MangaGamer.com would like to announce the bundle pack of “Edelweiss” which includes both the original “Edelweiss” and its spin off releasing on March 20, “Edelweiss Eiden Fantasia”. While individually costing 24.95 Euros for “Edelweiss” and 19.95 Euros for “Edelweiss Eiden Fantasia”, totaling 44.90 Euros, this value set will be available for a special price of 34.95 Euros!

    “Edelweiss” & “Edelweiss Eiden Fantasia” Bundle Pack
    Manufacturer: OVERDRIVE
    Genre: Adventure
    Price: 34.95 Euros
    OS: Windows XP(32bit), Windows Vista(32bit)
    Text Language: English
    Voice Language: Japanese
    Age Rating: 18 and over

    Additionally, MangaGamer.com will conduct a Spring Sale celebrating the Japanese school entry season!!
    The following school related titles would be marked off accordingly from April 1st to April 7th.

    Spring Sale Date & Time 
    4/1 10:00(CET)~4/7 10:00(CET)

    “Da Capo”
    49.95 Euros -> 24.95 Euros

    “SHUFFLE!”
    36.95 Euros -> 24.95 Euros

    “KIRAKIRA”
    36.95 Euros -> 24.95 Euros

    “KIRAKIRA All-Ages Version”
    29.95 Euros -> 14.95 Euros

    ABOUT MANGAGAMER.COM
    MangaGamer.com is the world’s first online download site of English translated bishojo games that opened in July 2008. Since its launch, it has offered services where fans can download and enjoy popular bishojo games such as CIRCUS’s “Da Capo” and OVERDRIVE’s “Kira Kira” right from their home.

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  • MangaGamer releases all ages version of KIRAKIRA

    January 31st, 2010, by Message in Press Release, Release, Translation

    In a move remarkably similar to recurring practice in fan translations, MangaGamer has released an all ages version of KIRAKIRA, their flagship title created by OVERDRIVE. In contrast to more common all-age ports and remakes, the censored version of KIRAKIRA appears to be created similarly to most all-age or non-ero versions existing in fan translations: with only minor text changes and removal of erotic scenes.

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  • Girls on iPhone

    November 12th, 2009, by zalas in Release, Translation

    As if following in line with growing popularity of eBooks on the iPhone, an English version of MOONSTONE’s Gift is now available for $9.99 on the App Store. Furthermore, according to the iPhone port’s developer’s site, Japanese and English versions of OVERDRIVE’s KIRAKIRA will also be available separately on the iPhone starting November 20. Of course, being on iPhone means that most of the sexual content will be removed.

    Thanks to izmos for the heads-up.

    UPDATE: KIRAKIRA is now available in English for $9.99. There are also trial versions of KIRAKIRA and Gift in English available on the iPhone App Store as free downloads. The Japanese version of KIRAKIRA on the App Store is apparently $15.99.

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  • Tidbit: MangaGamer forum now has bug report section

    August 27th, 2009, by zalas in Tidbits, Translation

    EvoSpace, in charge of the MangaGamer forums, has added a section in the forums for users to report (script) errors found in MangaGamer’s games. MangaGamer is “planning to release patches in the future” but there’s no guarantee all the bugs will be fixed and the release schedule is totally up in the air.

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