DS #1713: Shin Chan Flipa En Colores (Spain)

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Nov 22, 2007
  1. Tempbot
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    no english release like the gba ones.
    why?
     
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    They really love Shin Chan in Spain [​IMG]
    Only Japanese and Spanish versions so far.
     
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    ¡¡Uuuuuuuuuuuooooo!! Eh, eh, Lagman, ¿te gusta el pimiento? [​IMG]

    Great. I love ShinChan. Even if the game sucks, I'll try it ASAP! [​IMG]
     
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    I wouldn't mind an English release. Would play it... The GBA one was quite fun!

    They could have crammed English into the Spanish release for those few people that might want to import it [​IMG] Oh well...
     
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    Spanish language before English language :S
    Weird...
    Would love to play this game in english
     
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    I don't think the GBA ones were in English...

    Although, they shouldn't be *too* hard to translate since a new font wouldn't have to be inserted.

    Does anyone know why the one Shin Chan game in Japanese has a far larger ROM size than it's Spanish version?
     
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    I can't check it right now but both seems to be 512Mbit. There was a Proper release for the Japanese version so, that might be it. [​IMG]
     
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  11. Joey Ravn

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    It's a crayon! [​IMG]

    So far, so good. It's a really fun and refreshing platformer. With full voice acting too! Really good game, even if it looks "kiddy"... but you people know it is not [​IMG]
     
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    I prefer the basque version of the series (However, the spanish version is dubbed in Bilbao XD)
     
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    The Japanese has voice acting. Perhaps it was removed from the Spanish version?

    *Hasn't tried*
     
  14. baronluigi

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    No, the game is totally in Spanish (text and voices)
     
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    they could, but this is 505 Games we're talking about. Most of their games only have English in them. And hell, look how long it took for them to release Cooking Mama (their best selling game ever) in Spanish and German.
     
  16. baronluigi

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    The SPANISH version of COOKING MAMA was released because people asked to. But actually, they werent going to release it in Spanish
     
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    Cooking Mama didn't need a translation. It has little english, you must know only the basic.
     
  18. baronluigi

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    Cefiro, I don´t know how will be in Mexico, but in spain, most of the people doesnt know english XD
     

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