Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (Mega Drive) Fan Translation Arrives

Nadia-The-Secret-of-Blue-Water-Mega-Drive-Fan-TranslationContinuing the trend of reporting recent fan translation arrivals, the anime adventure Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (aka Fushigi no Umi no Nadia) for the Sega Mega Drive is now available in English. Based upon the 1990 anime series of the same name, this oceanic quest adds itself to our long list of games on the to-play-list.

Originally released in 1991, the Japanese exclusive title remains almost unheard of in the West due to the limited broadcasting of the TV series outside of Japan.

Despite appearing to be your typical top down RPG adventure, the Sega Mega Drive release is more geared towards the Point 'n' Click genre. Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water offers plenty of puzzles to solve as the game tells an concentrated version of the anime series storyline.

Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water Gameplay Video

Link: Download Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water Fan Translation ROM Patch


Last Updated ( 20 July 2011 )  

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