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02/11/10 Nintendo
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Owners: 8
Favorite: 2
Tracked: 3
Wishlist: 25
Now Playing: 2

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Zangeki no Reginleiv is an Action game, developed by Sandlot and published by Nintendo, which was released in Japan in 2010.

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Game Information Updated Masked_Muchaco 26th Apr 2018
Boxart Added oliist 09th Mar 2010
Game Banner Added to Database Leunam 15th Feb 2010
Boxart Added oliist 06th Feb 2010
Game Information Updated zexen_lowe 22nd Jan 2010
Boxart Added Rhonin the wizard 21st Jan 2010
Game Banner Added to Database Blacksaber 13th Dec 2009
Game Information Updated oliist 12th Nov 2009
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Legacy Sales History

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1 22,329 n/a n/a 22,329
2 7,285 n/a n/a 7,285
3 5,001 n/a n/a 5,001
4 3,674 n/a n/a 3,674
5 2,892 n/a n/a 2,892
6 2,315 n/a n/a 2,315
7 2,321 n/a n/a 2,321
8 2,280 n/a n/a 2,280
9 1,964 n/a n/a 1,964
10 2,589 n/a n/a 2,589
Anself posted 26/08/2012, 12:43
You believe that one day this game released in North America or Europe? There are so many games who do not come out of Japan
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mehm posted 21/01/2011, 06:23
014. [WII] Zangeki no Reginkleiv (Nintendo) {2010.02.11} - 53.317 til 2011.01.02, so this is really overtracked
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CARBONERO posted 07/01/2011, 06:51
nice to see this game still selling, hopefully nintendo will localize it, i'm sure it will sell much better here
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Galvanizer posted 04/01/2011, 10:12
Started off slow but has good legs. May even reach 200,000 LTD in Japan.
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Beuli2 posted 01/12/2010, 12:04
The game is crawling to 100K
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Gnac posted 26/11/2010, 06:13
After playing this for a few days, I doubt it will be localised. It's full of slowdowns, the use of the nunchuck to dash and evade takes away from the otherwise great implementation of IR pointing and motionplus, and it generally lacks the polish you'd expect of a Nintendo game. This doesn't stop it being huge fun, though. Worth getting if you can import it cheaply and know enough Japanese to understand the options and weapons tree (since the story is mere fluff).
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