While this story is a couple weeks old now, if you haven't heard it, it's new to you.
According to IGN, Infogrames will be releasing Sega's Game Boy Advance 'Shining' title, Shining Soul, in Europe next month. Released in Japan at the end of March last year, most gamers had given up hope of seeing it ever translated by this point.
While there's no plans for THQ (who publishes many Sega titles on GBA) to bring Shining Soul out in North America, at least it will be available in English somewhere. For those die-hard fans out there, it looks like it's time to import a game from Europe for once. And for European gamers, it looks like time to laugh once again at the US not getting an RPG when they did. Remember Terranigma?