DS #1079: World Soccer: Winning Eleven DS (Korea)

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May 16, 2007
  1. shaunj66
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    Read the nfo to get deeper informations about Korean fancy foods. [​IMG]
     
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    and I thought european releases took their time!
     
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    It's the opposite for PC games, especially those which originated on a console. Sega in particular has been doing that. Sonic Mega Collection Plus on PC was a full year late in the US compared to europe. And others like the conversions of Crazy Taxi 3, Sonic Adventure DX, or Billy Hatcher are europe-only.
     
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    They launched the Nintendo DS in Korea January 18th 2007. How wouldn't they be late with their games. And they still have no korean Wii system at all. That's South-Korea for you.
     
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    http://www.nintendo.co.kr/www/intro/eng_intro1.php
    Here's the Korean website. The plug adapter certainly looks different. Actually pretty cool.

    Korea only has a few software titles but they're getting there.
    http://www.nintendo.co.kr/www/soft/2.php

    150,000 South Korean Won today is $162
    Japan today 16,800 yen is $140

    So $130 in America is still the cheapest place to buy the DS Lite.

    Here's the Korean releases so far
    0496, 0611, 0822, 0829, 0878, 0879, 0990, 0991, 0992, 1045, 1046, 1047, 1078, 1079
     

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