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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, May 2, 2007.
wow that box art is way cooler than the US version
Nice, can´t wait.
Damn. I almost thought it was something interesting. :\
Neat, though. Finally hits europe.
A little too late huh ?
We're still wait for Megaman Zx on NDS...
Finally we've got FF3...
nevermins, yep europe is the 3rd world country in games..
no wonder we al become pirates
do saves from the US version work with this?!?
DS games are region free, you know...
That doesn't mean that every European video gamer will import or pirate their games
was the us version also 12years old+?
It was E
Finally, to play it in my native language.
BTW : That's the same as the (J) boxart.
No it doesn't, but it's a valid option. On a gaming machine that's region free right out of the box, you don't have to wait for the localization of games... Importing is very easy in this day and age.
What I'm wondering is where did they stray from the original box art formula?
In terms of Playstation and PS2 box art: All Final Fantasy games from 4-12 released in Europe were simply a title on a white background with a single distinguishing feature (i.e. FF7's meteor). All Final Fantasy games released in the US from 4-12 had pretty colourful backgrounds. What was wrong with that formula?
Maybe hardly anyone in Europe agrees with me, but I'd like the (U) and (E) box arts completely switched. I like my simplistic white backgrounds thank you
we're still waiting for Wario Ware Twisted on GBA
Have you seen the Final Fantasy I + II for PSP remake box art? The US looks way cooler than the JAP
Not fair. How come Europe gets the Japanese box art?