Obscure Famicom RPG Minelvaton Saga: Revival of Ragon Translated

Minelvaton-Saga-Nintendo-Famicom-Fan-TranslationIf unknown and Japanese exclusive RPGs are your thing, you'll have another one to add to your backlog. The never-been-localised Nintendo Famicom RPG known as Minelvaton Saga: Revival of Ragon has been gifted a fan translation, now available to download.

Originally released in Japan all the way back on the 23rd October 1987, Taito's unusual RPG titled Minelvaton Saga stepped aside from the traditional turn based gameplay by offering collision based battle system. Five years after release, Japan were lucky enough to see a follow up sequel by the name of Silva Saga, which ventured back to the turn based menu combat system.

Minelvaton Saga: Revival of Ragon Gameplay Video (Japanese Version)

So should you fancy diving into another unknown RPG or want to let curiosity get the better of you, the patch to translated the Minelvaton Saga ROM file can be found at Romhacking.net.

Link: Download Minelvaton Saga: Revival of Ragon ROM Translation Patch

Last Updated ( 22 May 2011 )  


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