1532 - Wario Land Advance (China)

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  1. ronin_in_tears
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    [​IMG][​IMG]1532 - Wario Land Advance [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][/p][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Release Group:WRGSave Type:SRAM_V113 (256 KBit)ROM Size:64MbitFilename:wrg-wla.zipRegion:ChinaPublisher:iQueLanguage(s):ChineseROM Serial:AGB-AWAC-CHN[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     


  2. ShadowXP

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    An old release is dumped in Chinese... Wow, I guess this is one of the first games to be released with the GBA in China? [​IMG]

    EDIT: I see your not using the new release format, ronin_in_tears. [​IMG]
     
  3. Puck The Joker

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    About time someone posted this, its been out for hours. [​IMG] "This is the chinese version of wario land 4. Originally released for the iQue." (From EmuGalaxy)
     
  4. Quantum

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    This is a pretty old release. It was actually quite fun. But one error I noticed is that you used the Japanese flag for a Chinese release. You might want to fix that...
     
  5. ronin_in_tears
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    Well, it took me some time to gather the rom info etc.
    Sorry for using a japanese flag, but i don't have access to shaun's flag library,
    alas i don't even know if he have a chinese one [​IMG].
     
  6. KiVan

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    Yay for the Chinese flag^^
     
  7. jumpman17

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    Let the flow of Chinese games...begin!
     
  8. ronin_in_tears
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    Thx KiVan [​IMG]

    Note :

    I used my webspace to store the screenshots,
    as i don't have access to pretty much anything [​IMG]
     
  9. berlinka

    berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    WHOOOOOOAAAAAAH, OLD SHIT!
     
  10. shaunj66

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    This was a great game, I really enjoyed it back in the day! [​IMG]

    The graphics and sounds/music are just so great! [​IMG]
     
  11. Skelv_tnt

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    mm....even more region dumps, and this time chinese.... i hope they put all languages in the same cart so we didn't have so many region dumps....

    is there a way to take some languages out of a rom? i say this cause the euro version of shining force is 128 mb cause all the languages, and if i left only spanish it would be less than 64 [​IMG]
     
  12. CharlieF

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    Ok, I posted this before in another forum. Would someone please translate the Karaoke song for me?

    - MEDAMAYAKI -
    (Hello there!)
    Ukurere Mitaina
    Tabiwo Shiyo
    Aruite Iko Tsukino
    Kakerawo Hiroinagara
    Chizuno Kawarini Kyanbasu
    Nijino Shizukude
    (Somemasho)
    Hinodeni Maniauyoni
    Boyaketa Tokeiwa Oiteko
    Umini Tameiki Tokashite
    Ishini Koewo Kizamo
    Tsukino Supuni Ukabetara
    Hyougarano Kumoga Warau
     
  13. Z_Hunter

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    The first of Chinese GBA games in China...

    By the way, this is not the first Chinese rom, this is the third, I think.

    0361 and 0530 were Chinese.
     
  14. jumpman17

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    They weren't Liscensed by Nintendo though. They are going to start making Chinese licensed games now becuase the GBA was just released in China.
     
  15. Z_Hunter

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    Oh, so those games were pirated and hacked?
     
  16. x_comp

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    Yes, it wasn't too long ago that Nintendo decided to dig into the games market in mainland China. Before, they didn't even want to touch it because of the piracy issues.

    So, we now have an officially licenced game by Nintendo in Simplified Chinese.
     
  17. neveras

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    Yay for games being imported into pirate central
    ha!
     
  18. stivsama

    stivsama GBA-Tenchan

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    Let's see how Wario stacks up to REAL pirates, eh neveras?

    I applaud Nintendo, they are actually expanding to other markets, now I'm just waiting till they get to my place. [​IMG]
     
  19. bolton2

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    well china deserves stuff too lol if im not mistaken nintedno is in Hong Kong...i think...... sheesh whya re they getting such an old game [​IMG] i thought we were held form releases sheesh lol thier held form like 800 lol
     
  20. Lily

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    This is too funny!

    Nintendo is trying to move official licensed product into the territory where GBA piracy was practically invented!

    I hope it works out well for them. If nothing else, they'll probably sell a fair few units of hardware, to add to the already enormous number sold worldwide.