1467 - Digimon Racing (E)

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  1. shaunj66
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    [​IMG] 1467 - Digimon Racing EURO 64Mbit (Rising Sun)
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    Language: English, Français, Deutsch, Italiano, Español.
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  2. Foppzter

    Foppzter GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    And here I believed that it would not be released in Europe...
     
  3. dotKite

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    I think I've heard good things about this game, is it worth playing? I'm not exactly a fan of sports or Digimon games but hopefully this will be promising... :-|

    I've played Digimon Rumble Areana on the PS1 but that wasn't exactly that good. Who else here as played other Digimon games? Which ones do you think are the best? ?:-|
     
  4. mooiweer

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    nice oase
     
  5. Murdock

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    It least it hasnt got as save type, password..
     
  6. IxthusTiger

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    First English Language release to support wireless multiplayer...
     
  7. dotKite

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    What do you mean by that? First English "Wireless" Multiplayer? ?:-|
     
  8. shaunj66
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    Well, he means that this game is the first game to be released outside of Japan that supports multiplayer through the new wireless multiplayer adapter.
     
  9. dice

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    The games ok but it's like third to kart racing games like mario kart and konami krazy racers which makes this sound pretty good. The graphics are ok and the level designs are well done but I do find the weapons abit plain.

    3/5
     
  10. jumpman17

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    Why did they change the title screen to this crappy logo for?
     
  11. _Pie_

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    Hmmm....Digimon... [​IMG]
     
  12. Foppzter

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    The same reason why they change the Megaman Zero-logo on the European version...
    They just love to change to crappy logos... [​IMG]
     
  13. Dragonlord

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    look in the other thread of the previous release my review

    about the games:
    digimon1: fair. i just hate it if you got a nice looking one and it dies so quickly of age.
    digimon2: good. here you could keep the ones you like and could get new ones by some sort of 'catching'
    digimon3: i liked this one. had lots of RPG character and you could get an imperialdramon which finally looked like one ([​IMG])
    battel spririt: crap. sorry but the gamplay was so suking, i can't say more
    rumble arena: not bad. altough similar to BS it had the only advantage you could get some nice high level thingies. unfortunatly you only get the highest evolution, which sucks (ahhhh, why i-dramon paladin mode... fuuuuuk, i want dragon mode [​IMG])
     
  14. Skelv_tnt

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    mmm from what i've heard this is just mario kart but with other characters, each one with its own abilities (I don't mean it's only a copy but a very enjoyable game), and about the wireless adapter...is it the same as the one they are giving as a free gift when buying pokemon green leaf/read fire (in japan, of course)?
     
  15. dice

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    Most likely yes, I'm pretty sure the wireless adapter would work for all games. If not then Ixthus is wrong.
     
  16. shaunj66
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    Unfortunately not. Games need to have actual wireless support. The adapter will only work on games that have full support for it, like this game, Mario Golf, and Pokemon Fire Red/Leaf Green are a few to have been confirmed to have support.

    If a game doesn't support the wireless adapter, you're stuck with a link cable!
     
  17. Jei

    Jei Translator and romhacker wannabe

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    Zillions of pixels far away~
    Eeehh... I don't mind the logo, but was the game dubbed? ^^, *preserving her bandwidth*
     
  18. dice

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    wow shaun that does suck [​IMG] I thought it would have worked for all games...
     
  19. Skelv_tnt

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    shaunj66 is 100% right, not every game that uses a game link is compatible with the wireless one. at the moment only digimon racing, mario golf & pokemon green leaf/read fire are compatible (if any other is compatible let me now)
     
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    Wow is great
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