The Legend of Zelda: The Phantom Hourglass is old news for most of the world, but not South Korean where Link is about to make a debut. This isn’t his first appearance thanks to importing, but this will be one of the rare times where Link’s adventure is fully localized in Hangul. In case you are interested in collecting Korean version games this comes out on April 3rd.
Actually, the Phantom Hourglass isn’t the only text heavy game getting a Korean version Studio 9 just finished work on Rondo of Swords a few weeks ago. Of course it’s nice to see RPGs in more regions, but I’m way more interested in seeing native Korean developed RPGs. Hopefully, side projects like Rondo of Swords gives Studio 9 enough cash to fund titles other than Magic Q.