March ’22 Giveaway: Hundred Swords (Update: Winner Chosen!)

If you’re a fan of sharp pointy things, have I got a giveaway for you! This month’s prize is a hundred swords! Oh sorry, my mistake, it’s actually Hundred Swords the Dreamcast game, not one hundred real swords. I apologize if you were already planning a sword-dueling party for 100 people in your head.

I really don’t know a whole lot about this game, as I haven’t played it myself, but I do know it’s a real-time strategy game that was exclusive to Japan. It also featured online play with up to 4 players. In the little research I’ve done on it, the game appears to have used a derivative of the Phantasy Star Online server so I think there’s a good chance we’ll see this one back online one day. Maybe in the meantime someone can work on getting it translated as I’m sure it might be a bit tricky to navigate for non-Japanese speakers (readers?).

If you’d like to enter for a chance to win, simply leave a comment below and make sure you include a valid email address in the “Email” box. Just for fun, let me know what Japanese Dreamcast game you’d most like to see translated. The winner will be chosen one week from today (March 17th). Good luck!

Update: The winner has been chosen! Congratulations to 5GUY!


  1. i think this is actually the one i’d like to see translated the most, now that rainbow cotton has been. i was going to add this to my mode but didn’t because of the inability to read it.

  2. I hope I win Hundred Swords!

    Dreamcast English translation hopes: SGGG, any of the Sakura Wars software.

    By the way, Hundred Swords was translated into English, Spanish, and possibly other languages and published by Activision during the early 2000’s for MicroSoft Windows.

  3. Oh yay! I never am able to be on time for these giveaways cause I always go on this website after it’s over 😭

    Also I’d really like to see Guru Guru Onsen 2 translated

  4. I would love to play a translated Roomania #203, a unique game with an original concept, a bit more difficult without researching the gameplay.

  5. Wanted this for a while I hear it is good too back then, i want to see El Dorado Gate translated (though it is a seven volume game)

  6. I played this on pc back in fhe day. Playing it online with you guys on DC would be amazing. It was alot of fun. Translation isnt needed but would make first play throughs alot easier

  7. Looks so fun ! I play a ton of different Japanese games all the time. I would love to play Frame Gride in English from an original copy but they never released in NA like they intended on doing 🙁

  8. Awesome! good luck everyone! And I’ve been waiting for Segagaga to be translated. I think there’s still people working on it so hopefully we won’t have to wait too much longer.


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