DS #1252: Ratónpolis (Europe)

Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. shaunj66
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    shaunj66 Administrator

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    ^^ndsrelease-1928^^
     
  2. loathsome

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    Haha, wow. What the heck is this?

    Is it any good?

    http://www.gamespot.com/ds/action/flusheda...=result;title;2

    Hmm .. looks far enough. I'll give it a try [​IMG]
     
  3. snesmaster40

    snesmaster40 GBAtemp Regular

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    Hmm... didn't know the word Ratónpolis meant the same in Spanish and French
     
  4. NeoWoeN

    NeoWoeN GBAtemp Regular

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    In french, Ratonpolis is: 'Souris City'.... ( Souris city mean ' Mouse City' in english~ )
     
  5. Rayder

    Rayder Mostly lurking lately....

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    Is this just Ratatouille with a different name for the Euro version?

    EDIT: Never mind....I see it's just Flushed Away under a different name.
     
  6. lagman

    lagman I wish I was green.

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    That's exactly what I thought.
    Related note: Latin American name for Flushed Away: Lo que el agua se llevó. (Gone with the water) [​IMG]
     
  7. sigmax

    sigmax Member

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    Ratónpolis lol that name make laught
     
  8. dg10050

    dg10050 GBAtemp Regular

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    Ratónpolis = Ratón + polis = Mouse Police? [​IMG]
     
  9. lagman

    lagman I wish I was green.

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    LOL

    More like Ratón + Metropolis.
     
  10. [VAF]Flyper

    [VAF]Flyper Advanced Member

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    It's actually Ratón + Polis greek word for "city state" that we spanish use as a suffix, and wtf you english speakers too.
     
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