DS #0072: Puyo Pop Fever (U)

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Jul 3, 2005

DS #0072: Puyo Pop Fever (U) by shaunj66 at 11:21 AM (3,570 Views / 0 Likes) 14 replies

  1. shaunj66
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    ROM NumberÂ

    0072


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    Full NameÂ

    Puyo Pop Fever




    RegionÂ

    USA




    LanguagesÂ

    English




    Release GroupÂ

    Wet 'N' Wild




    ROM SizeÂ

    256Mbit




    Save TypeÂ

    TBC




    GenreÂ

    Puzzle




    FilenameÂ

    wnw-ppfu.zip




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  2. Dirtie

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    I must say, those little blobs look evil [​IMG]
     
  3. ShadowXP

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    Nah, only the purple one does. [​IMG]

    It's an awesome game on the GBA, I have no idea about the DS version, though.
     
  4. xflash

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    cool puyo flop (i did that on purpose) say what do ya use the tuch screen for anyway?
     
  5. TPi

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    Ignore all story, voices, and text and its a nice game. [​IMG] So far, can only use the touch screen to make little sparkles that do absolutely nothing, and you can touch the (Skip) box instead of pressing A. Just put away the stylus and it plays well. [​IMG]

    Also, maybe it's because I am the hardcore Pokemon master, but it seems fairly easy so far. :\

    edit: lol, Nevermind. [​IMG] My Pokemaster skills have failed me. Why does the main character feel the need to encourage the enemy, who is laying down the pain? [​IMG]

    edit2: Oh, Mr. DS Database. This game includes English and Japanese. I pity the foo who only lists 1 of the languages.
     
  6. subanark

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    Is there any difference from the gba game (so far as play goes)?
    Yes this game is fairly neet, but it would be nice if there was some incentive to getting this instead of a gba cartrage (just like Magi Nation that was ported from the gbc to the gba, jap only).
     
  7. Panzieman

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    Am I the only one that's sick minded but, What does the icon look like to you?
     
  8. Dais

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    Um, a Puyo?

    What the hell does it look like to you?
     
  9. Panzieman

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    I'm not too familiar with "puyo's"..................
     
  10. Dais

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    They are an enemy from the Madou Monogatari series, and later became the focus of the "Puyo Puyo" series of puzzle games, where players had to stack colored puyos of the same type to clear them away, in a manner somewhat akin to Tetris. The Puyo Puyo series became quite popular (and certainly more popular than the Madou Monogatari games), and the latest incarnation is the now-somewhat-stale "Puyo Pop Fever'.

    You didn't answer my question.
     
  11. Panzieman

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    Alright I find it looks like the end of the male reproductive organ.
     
  12. Dais

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    If the Puyo in that image resembles a penis as far as your personal experience is concerned, I highly suggest you visit your doctor.
     
  13. Dirtie

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    [​IMG]
     
  14. shadow theory

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    I own the dreamcast version of the game and it's my favorite puzzle game of this type, beats the heck out of tetris and columns.

    Plus fever mode helps me a lot, since me and my brother are really good at these kinds of games, making it so you can get into a mode that allows you to quickly crush your opponent (unless they get fevor mode back) makes it so our matches don't last forty five minutes a piece.
     
  15. Nocturno

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    this game was released in Europe for GBA, now they bring it to America for DS, just like zookeeper,, that's not good..
     

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