1641 - Finding Nemo The Continuing Adventures (U)

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Sep 8, 2004
  1. djgarf
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    [​IMG][​IMG]1641 - Finding Nemo The Continuing Adventures [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][/p][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Release Group:VenomSave Type:PasswordROM Size:32MbitFilename:v-nemo.zipRegion:UsaPublisher:THQLanguage(s):EnglishROM Serial:AGB-BZIE-USA[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     


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    Luckily the passwords don't consist of 10 completely random characters so you'll never forget them.
     
  3. khan

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    I know it's a bit early to ask but is it worth playing?
    Or is it just for kids?
     
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    the game's rubbish, don't bother. You're just basically controlling the fish in some kind of bowl like thing around the place, total shite for me.
     
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    Another cashmaking scheme off of the kiddies strikes again! Oh you guys should look out for the DBGT videos for GBA. They should be coming out soon.
     
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    lol looks like frogger [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah I was just about to say the same thing... is the gameplay anything like frogger?

    Just remember every Christmas period even though we have some excellent games we also have to put up with a lot of rubbish ones... I'm sure you could say this is the first of many rubbish movie tie-ins and rubbish games in general we'll see in the lead up to Christmas.
    Just think about the good games...

    [​IMG]
     
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    This game looks like frogger and looks boring. so i wont bother downloading it.
     
  9. dice

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    Actually the screenshots djgarf took are totally wrong (if you looked at the bottom left of the shot you'd see that it's the stage select).

    Here's an actual in-game shot.
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    im am just so sick of these types of games, the least they can do get rid of this password stuff i mean are we still in the 1990's
     
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    Just think guys, 6 days until Guardian Heroes and a new DBZ RPG that actually looks pretty decent! [​IMG]
     
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    I wish people would quit whining about the password thing. It's a budget title, and budget titles get password saves to cut down on cart manufacturing costs, and thereforing maximizing any sort of profit they can get out of it. It's really not that irritating, and furthermore - it's a cartridge that will last forever..not worrying about how long the SRAM battery will last. Sure they last a long time, but still.

    There's nothing quite like writing down all the passwords, and therefore being able to jump to whatever level you want whenever you play. [​IMG]

    As for this game, blah. Stop cashing in on the kiddies and their retarded parents. I absolutely hate being in a store, and hearing parents talk to their kids:

    Kid: "I want the game with Mario!"
    Parent: "But this game has Spongebob on it!"
    Kid: "I don't want Spongebob, I want Mario!"
    Parent: "We're only going to buy you Spongebob, Mario is too expensive.."

    ..and it goes on.

    BAH!

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  13. DeMoN

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    I think all GBA game cost the same......
     
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    another nemo?the film was good but there games are wirth shit sry for the vocabulary plz forgive me
     
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    OMG theres a continuing adventure? I wonder if I get to find nemo in my menu
     
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    Ya know, I had the first post on this (in the morning), but DJgarf deleted it. *cries*
     
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    No sir, games with different savetypes cost more to produce. Battery, EEPROM, etc. Carts with no on cartridge save cost the least amount to produce - if they all cost the same amount, we wouldn't be seeing password saves, now would we? [​IMG]
     
  18. DeMoN

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    In my local game stores. Alll new GBA games are $30. All GBA videos are $20. They dont vary excpet for the Pre-Played games. In my local Department stores, some GBA games are $27.99 (Highest price) and some are $9.99. Brand new btw.
     
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    I didn't know there was such a big outcry for the adventures to continue...

    anyhow...

    DemonStar: You had the first post? whoopdiedoo. Don't assume it was deleted, though. Secondly, new GBA games don't always cost the same, at least, not where I live (or, apparently, where grayzie lives.) My store bases the price based on the expected popularity of the title and how many units they expect to move.
     
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    Well obviously it was deleted. I went to this site at 6:20 AM in the morning, posted a few messgaes, then went back to home page, where this ROM was just posted. I posted, "FP [​IMG] " for first post and then it got deleted after 5 minutes.
     

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