Any difference between the European version and US version of The Worl

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  1. Remnant
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    Wondering if I should just get the European version of The World Ends With You right now instead of waiting couple more days for the US version... I really wanna play it so..
     
  2. MyauChanDesu

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    AFAIK, there is no differences in there~

    I dunno, wait..

    lemme check~
     
  3. Curley5959

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    May as well get the (E), its worth it, i keep on thinking its a (U) version anyway, cause i dont think theres any difference seeing so the (U) hasnt come out yet..

    Hope that helps.. [​IMG]
     
  4. Lumstar

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    If you're using a flash cart, (U) and (E) DS save files are often compatible. Sometimes even (J) ones.

    Don't know for this game.
     
  5. Bob Evil

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    There is no difference ... not even language support, as both are English only ...
     
  6. buddha-kun

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    the US version has more zippers
     
  7. gblock247

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    I heard somewhere that they are changing the soundtrack in the US version to some hip-hop style crap....
     
  8. buddha-kun

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    same thing, the japanese ver. had "some hip-hop style crap"..

    but in japanese.
     
  9. jesterscourt

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    Yeah I don't understand why people are getting so angry with the soundtrack tracks being changed to English and the dub, I mean... I'm surprised how many elements were retained from the initial J release. It seemed to a lot of people even though a huge release from SE, it might have not been localized. Neku was still a whiney bitch in the Japanese version, he just did it in Japanese. And the soundtrack was the same genre trip-hop/hip-hop/techno stuff, just with Japanese vocals instead of English ones. All in all it's an AAA release and I love it.
     
  10. Chief_Second

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    nothing crap about hip-hop.

    Posts merged

    U roms are usually smaller if the E rom is multilanguage...
     
  11. Dylan

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    depends who the artist is really
     
  12. MyauChanDesu

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    the us version is out~

    you try it and see if there is any diff.~
     
  13. altorn

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    no point, the original question is what is the difference because he wants to play it sooner. its been released, so.... [​IMG]
     
  14. Ruri

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    He does have an awful voice actor in the English version, though. Seriously, who is that guy? His awfulness sounds familar. The other characters are all fine, but Neku's voice makes me wince every time I hear it... he has no emotion at all.

    Maybe the Japanese voice actor was horrible, too, but I can't imagine they were that horrible. There are amateurs on Youtube who do better voices than this.

    Luckily there aren't so many voiced lines, but still...
     
  15. altorn

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    The japanese voice was not good, but not all bad though. But since the character he's voice acting on is a lonely individual, maybe he felt the character with NO FEELINGS, no?

    Yeah, more crap when dubbed.
     
  16. Ruri

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    It sounds more like he's just reading off of 3x5 cards with absolutely no idea of the context he's doing voicework for, really.
     
  17. warmijwilfaain

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    =\ I like the English Dubs. I hate Japanese ones.
    Unless it's a J-RPG or an Anime, in which case Japanese voices are better...
    Other than Yu-Gi-Oh, loved the English Voices, hated the Japanese ones =\
    But that's just my opinion [​IMG]
     
  18. Kingsley90210

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    Did they edit out all of the cursing? That's the only real difference that I could think of that NoA would require.
     
  19. Unchi-san

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    i love yugi's english voice in yu-gi-oh. i am japanese but i 100% agree w/ u there!