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I've moved this to "Langrisser" for two reasons. a) "Warsong" sticks out like a sore thumb as every sequel has been called Langrisser, and b) this game was called Langrisser in both Japan and South Korea. That's two regions vs. one. -Black Squirrel 12:34, 22 November 2010 (UTC)

There is no reference to this game being released in South Korea in Gamefaqs, wikipedia, nor our bob template. I don't see the point using the japanese name when the same amount of regions have a english translated name.--MathUser 15:12, 22 November 2010 (UTC) -Black Squirrel 15:27, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
If that were legit, why isn't there a ROM dump of that version? Also, Rocket Knight Adventures and it's SNES/Mega Drive sequel also don't share similar names. So no reason why the names must be the same.--MathUser 15:32, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
Wasn't Langrisser a Sega CD game in South Korea? - Andlabs 15:36, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
The wonderful thing about games from South Korea is that they're exceedingly rare collectors' items. You can't discount a game's legitimacy because there isn't a ROM/ISO dump. There's probably isn't a rip of Donkey Kong Country Returns yet... would that mean it doesn't exist too?
Oh and the Mega Drive sequel to Rocket Knight Adventures is "Sparkster: Rocket Knight Adventures 2". The SNES game (which is completely different) is just called "Sparkster", and is considered a spin-off. Just thought I'd throw that out there
Not sure about a Mega CD port of the game though. I know it was re-vamped for the Sega Saturn in a compilation its sequel though. -Black Squirrel 15:58, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
El Viento, Earnest Evans, and Annet Futatubi are also examples of sequels that have dissimiler names. Again, the game doesn't have to have the same name as it's sequels.--MathUser 16:20, 22 November 2010 (UTC)
I found some info on a supposed Mega Drive release in Korea but the sites are all in Korea; there was definitely a PC port though. Particular source. I'm going to keep looking until I find something more reputable. - Andlabs 20:29, 30 November 2010 (UTC)
Well... this proves it. Typical Samsung publication cover and the same one on Guardiana, with on-screen display. Any more arguments? If not I'll move this back later. - Andlabs 20:36, 30 November 2010 (UTC)
Well, SS herself prefers english names. Sega Retro:Manual of Style/Naming Articles "Articles are normally titled using the most common English-language name of the subject of the article. "--MathUser 05:01, 31 December 2010 (UTC)

Yeah you know what? There was no point in keeping the argument open, Japan+Korea+entire franchise > US; this isn't like Aleste/Power Strike. Page moved, end of story. - Andlabs 12:08, 5 March 2011 (CST)