Hey /vr/, I'm trying to re-learn Spanish. However, no one around me speaks it except for my mom. What're are some RPGs with good Spanish translations, official or fan-made? Figure it'd be a fun way to get back into the language, on top of practicing speaking it.
I heard Dragon Quest 4 had a great official translation. Also see that DeJap has a Spanish translation for Tales of Phantasia.
Any recommendations would be great. Thanks.
Most popular games have fanslations in Spanish.
I'd recommend something with a simple plot like Mother 2.
I implore to learn real Spanish some Spain and not the nigger-tier Latin American version.
I didnt know it was possible to de-learn a language
I would recommend you the paper mario series but as far as im aware there is no spanish version (maybe the european one), thats where I improved my english vocabulary.
>Sorry though, my family is from El Salvador so I'll take the dog Spanish. :<
I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be that guy. I just always assume everyone is a honky on 4chan...
I wish you luck on connecting with your roots, though.
Most if not all of the translations you're going to find are in European Spanish. The Latin American romhacking scene isn't that big and they only started to get their own official translations like in late gen 6 early gen 7, as opposed to Spain starting to get stuff in gen 3 and then becoming the standard in gen 5.
So I don't think gaming would be a good way to relearn your language, at least not with /vr/ games.
The European one is full of slang.
Mario and Luigi
most SNES game have a fan translation
I dunno, pick a game you like and check if there's a fan translation in spanish, chances are there probably is