>>16211 Yeah? Okay, let's say for arguments sake I do that and that you are serious(seems as if you're only half joking. BTW, is that you coax?).
I have learned the various kanji, katakana, hiragana and what have you. First though, I will have had to learn to speak it because that would be easier for me and made it easier to the written form.
Now that I have done that, I will need to either buy a computer that can support a PS2 emulator(so far, nothing but 2D games can run on mine), or buy something to break the region lock on my PS2(forgot what it's called, the device to do that).
Now, seeing as the latter is cheaper, let's say I went with that. And let's say I did it right instead of destroying my PS2 like I probably would. Now I need to find a japanese copy probably costing over one-hundred dollars U.S.(and expensive shipping if it needs to be imported).
Now, let's say it's the several weeks later and I have it. How much time and money have I spent for a game that should have been translated into my language a long time ago? A lot. I am poor.