At least for SF, you can purchase it now. Unlike Sweet Home you can find it easily and in English. So definitely it's much more accessible.
I agree and disagree. I know there's the grey area about emulation, but in the case of Sweet Home it shouldn't be an issue for anyone legally or morally. The game will never see a legit localization, not the least of which being that the game is in a double licensing hell (check out the podcast!). If Capcom had an issue with it, there would have been an injunction years ago. Anyway I know a couple of people have voiced distaste for emulation and I can respect that, but you're missing out on a cool game. If anything buy a copy cheap on eBay or whatever (its not very rare). Hell I've got three copies, pretend you're borrowing one.
I understand and respect that. The thing is I can't bring myself to play a game on an emulator, but it's just me. I'm stupid like that. BTW I already own Sweet Home and a bunch of other Japan exclusive Famicom games. The only thing I don't have is the console to run them.
Anyway, if Saga Frontier is selected, it will be the first PS1 game I play on a HD TV via the XRGB mini. I just booted it to test the thing and the rendering is spectacular:
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I wish everyone that voted would play the game of the month with us, regardless of whether or not it was their first pick, but then I imagine a lot less people would vote if they were required to play a game they hated.