Namco's Japanese Exclusive Nintendo Famicom RPG 'Juvei Quest' Fan Translated

Namcos-Japanese-Exclusive-Nintendo-Famicom-RPG-Juvei-Quest-Fan-TranslatedIn 1991 Namco released a Japanese exclusive Nintendo Famicom RPG known as Juvei Quest. Although this JRPG failed to receive an English localisation, ROM hackers have finally break down the regional barriers and bring this adventure to worldwide audiences.

As you'd expect from this genre, Juvei Quest features your usual teenager coming of age setting out upon the quest of his life - a story which is also accompanied by the tried and tested Dragon Quest battle system. Having said that, Juvei Quest does offer several unique features which do set it apart from the crowd. Our protagonist can obtain maps leading to hidden treasures and also recruit helper characters to accompany them on quests whilst disarming traps and scouting areas.

A downloadable English patch for Juvei Quest can now be found at both the creator's website and ROMHacking.net. As usual, to enjoy this fan translation patch you will need to have an original Juvei Quest ROM file to which you can apply this patch to. Full instructions on how to patch this ROM can be found within the download, or you can refer to this handy ROM patching guide on YouTube.

Link: Download Juvei Quest (Nintendo Famicom) English Translation Patch


 

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(Link to this comment) Puce Moose 2013-04-23 04:20
Great find! I've enjoyed this quite a bit so far. I couldn't get the included .bps patch to work, but the .ips patch, along with nflate & Lunar IPS did the deed.

The game is quite fun so far; the treasure maps are simple but cool, and the companion idea is nifty.
Tip: You can select which enemy you want to attack by using D-pad left/right while the cursor is on Attack, but only *before* you select it.
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