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Looks like it is a wolf engine game? If so:
If you have no clue where to start, you probably should buckle down and get serious about learning japanese. (Or just play english or already translated games...) Otherwise, learn how to use awkward machine translation tools that may, or may not work for your particular game. Or learn how to use Wolf RPG's editor and translate the game by hand to create an english version.
Hey zxin~ I tried the linked game, Sword Story ~Eternal, and it seemed like an ordinary wolf RPG game until I saw the combat... Rather than your average turn-based battle system, it appears to be a real-time "bump combat" system; seen in the early Ys series games. That's where you have to run into the enemy at certain angles in order to dish out damage. Otherwise you'll likely be damaged.
I found this game on Vector and it looks interesting but i cant exactly read it
After trying Sword Story and hearing that reason for wanting to play it, I recommended something similar but translated into english. Plus it's good and a classic, and furthermore may have inspired the "bump combat" approach used.