DS #1243: Pokémon Diamant-Edition (Germany)

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  1. shaunj66
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  2. Wolfsclaw

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    Hmm. Are the savestates compatible (from us -> ger)? Gonna try this out soon...
     
  3. Fat D

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    yes, they re. however the english names are kept as nicknames
     
  4. Wolfsclaw

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    cool, danke.
    PokeSav gonna fix that, too ...
     
  5. xabier

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    I would't change savegame region, you might get banned... It's strange to have a savegame from months before the game is released, don't you think so?
     
  6. Pikachu025

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    If Nintendo doesn't ban for using flashcards, why should they ban for savegames with an incorrect starting time?
     
  7. [Truth]

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    also the time of the ds could be wrongly adjusted.
     
  8. xabier

    xabier GBAtemp Regular

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    Yeah but pokemons such as dalgia, mespritt azelf, lucario, starter pokemons would have its description in english.

    They don't ban backups, but they DO BAN ACTION REPLAY CODES, well I won't use pokesav cuz its cheatin program and because I finished pokemon diamond long time ago
     
  9. Wolfsclaw

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    Nope, the descriptions in the pokedex change to the corresponding language. Works all fine.