John Friscia

If the pandemic has emphasized anything, it’s that time flies. Nevertheless, it’s pretty incredible that Shigesato Itoi’s Mother 3 launched on Game Boy Advance in Japan on April 20, 2006 — 15 years ago today, and the game still has never been officially localized outside of Japan. Nevertheless, we do have the patch for the revered, professional-quality Mother 3 English fan translation (and subsequent other translations) thanks to the work of a team including Clyde “Tomato” Mandelin, “JeffMan,” and “Chewy.” And now, for the 15th anniversary of the game, the team has released the new Mother 3 fan translation ver. […]

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