Operation Rainfall may be the Internet's preferred outrage of the moment, but Nintendo of America's response isn't particularly surprising. The company has a history of leaving many of its most promising games in Japan, forcing fans to pick up the slack and translate them years later. Notable offenders include Mother 3, Nazo no Murasame Jou, and Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru, a Game Boy action-RPG with ties to the Zelda series.

19 years after its initial release, Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru, or For the Frog the Bell Tolls, now has an unofficial English translation, courtesy of ryanbgstl.

"For the Frog the Bell Tolls has you take on the role of the impetuous but good-natured Prince of Sable," the translator notes. "As the Prince, you must save Princess Tiramisu and the desert and frog themed land of Mille-Feuille from the evil Lord Delarin...and do before your rival, the valiant Prince Richard, beats you to it."

Zelda fans may recognize Prince Richard as a major character in Link's Awakening. Both games also share the same gameplay engine and a handful of music tracks, including the famous Totaka's Song. It's great to see this one finally translated!