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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Sep 15, 2007.
Again? It'll be interesting to see how they handled the fact that Mystery Dungeon Red or whatever it's called didn't get released there (extremely few GBA games were).
Why this and not something real, like Pearl or Diamond? This doesn't look good. At least to me.
I almost thought this was the first time that the US received a game after Korea did, but this is the first game, right?
It's strange the the red version isn't released there... You'd think that they'd make one version out of it, but judging by the boxart they didn't.
There's a good reason Diamond and Pearl are unlikely. It wouldn't be able to be compatible with any existing copies of Ruby, Sapphire, Firered, Leafgreen, Emerald, Diamond, Pearl, or Battle Revolution. None of them have the needed Korean fonts in any of their regional variants.
Uh the GBA games wouldn't need Korean characters. When importing Pokémon from SLOT-2 to D/P, the GBA game isn't executed nor does it get anything from the D/P game. D/P only reads the save game of the GBA game in SLOT-2 and modifies it. There is no way the GBA game would have to deal with Korean characters.
The only "issue" would be that imported Pokémon would always have Nicknames with non-Korean characters which is actually no problem.
As for Pokémon Battle Revolution, you might be right. It wouldn't be compatible to previously released versions in Japan, North America and Europe/Australia if it has Korean characters while they don't.
Same problem would apply for D/P when it comes to online battling over WFC.