DS #1280: Picross (USA)

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Aug 6, 2007

DS #1280: Picross (USA) by shaunj66 at 9:07 AM (5,404 Views / 0 Likes) 44 replies

  1. shaunj66
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  2. Gup

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    This looks like fun, though I'm not all that into puzzle games like this. Fun for a quick pick up and play session though!
     
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    256MB - surely not!

    Edit - Mbit.....Doh!
     
  4. Cyan

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    The Wifi is a good thing.
    Puzzles creation to send and download from WFC for infinite replay.
     
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    Gonna try this game, didn't play the Japanese release. [​IMG]

    Edit - Nor the European. [​IMG]
     
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    This game is great. I've been playing the EU version for a long time now, can't get enough of it.
     
  7. choo_cs

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    Definitely a good game. Just finished all the puzzles today! [​IMG]
    A welcome entry given the previous month of abysmal offerings, although one shouldn't be complaining.
     
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    Shouldn't be too long. The past month, if not two, has been slow for releases. I wonder when the Europe English versions of Diamond and Pearl will be dumped. Those aren't yet, unlike other languages other there.
     
  9. iNFiNiTY

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    Its not slow its just the fast groups skip the shit games like this.

    The pokemon UK versions are not dumped because they are serial dupes of usa, so whats the point.
     
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    This game is awesome ! I've managed to almost get all the puzzles in colour. The Wi-Fi multiplayer is great too.
     
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    This game is very good. Probably one of the best puzzles that I've got!
     
  12. jalaneme

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    does this work with the euro gamesaves?
     
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    What the FUCK? So it took them THREE MONTHS to release a game in the UK with ZERO CHANGES to it? Three months to do NOTHING. Someone with big feet needs to kick the asses of some very lazy motherfuckers.
     
  14. Sir VG

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    I've actually heard reports that the UK version is v1.13 of Pokemon. But that's just what I've heard.

    And since I have nothing to say about Picross DS, I'm done with this thread.
     
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    Find most of the handheld big name games get changes, the most well known one is zelda: minnish cap...
     
  16. IBNobody

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    I'd like to know too, though I'm doubtful that it will.

    Can someone check?
     
  17. Cutman

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    Why the hell won't Picross work on my M3? I've tried all version of it, and it still doesn't work. As soon as I load up the game, I just get two black screens. I've tried many different options when putting it on my M3, and still, it's solid black.

    Guess I'm going to have to buy this like I originally planned to.
     
  18. jalaneme

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    yes it works [​IMG]
     
  19. Sc4rFac3d

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    NOE is the most usless company ever. 5 months later, I don't even care about paper mario no more.

    My question:

    Does the USA version have more puzzles or w/e than the EU version?
     
  20. IBNobody

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    Yes... Sorta...

    The normal and free modes still have the same number of puzzles.

    The US version should have more puzzle packs to download. The J version had 10 or so packs, while the EU version had 2.
     

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