1654 - Mario Golf Advance Tour (G)

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Sep 16, 2004
  1. djgarf
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    [​IMG][​IMG]1654 - Mario Golf Advance Tour [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][/p][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Release Group:Rising SunSave Type:SRAM_V113 (256Kbit)ROM Size:128Mbit
    Publisher:
    NintendoRegion:Germany
    ROM Serial:
    AGB-BMGD-DEULanguage(s):
    German

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    Endlich ist es da !!!
     
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    wtf?y german and not (e).....no reason
     
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    Because they're 2 different languages.
     
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    Member skarthebloodchild Keep It Old School

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    (e) = european release should contain english language among some others....(ex german)
    not to be a different rom as (G)
     
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    european is a language now ?
     
  8. DeMoN

    Member DeMoN GBAtemp Guru

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    Plenty of ROMs have German releases as well as English (not USA).
     
  9. NeoShweaty

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    if you mean england, you should just say britain cause it is a lot less confusing
     
  10. skarthebloodchild

    Member skarthebloodchild Keep It Old School

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    (E) releases are mainly in english many years now...
    some (e) have the german language....
     
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    *looking at the second picture*
    Link was lefthanded, not? [​IMG]
     
  12. redviper

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    Right [​IMG]

    links = left
    rechts = right

    Linkshänder = left-handed
    Rechtshänder = right-handed
     
  13. Jei

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    Were talking about Link of Legend of Zelda by the way [​IMG]

    Interesting fact of the day [​IMG]
     
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    Oh... My fault [​IMG]
     
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    Um Link isn't even in that pic, like redviper said, "link" means left-handed probably.
     

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