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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by JPH, Apr 23, 2008.
Is this a horror/mystery game or what? Looks decent.
Downloaded and was going to try this tonight, but to tired.... looks good though
This is out? I've seen this before and I really hope it's good. Too bad I can't understand the screens.
This reminds me of Broken Sword...
George Stobart, anyone?
Hmmm...I dunno about this trend that seems to be developing. First Runaway and now this. Runaway turned out to be quite good and kept the same story line as the pc but how do you cram 4gb into a DS cart? take away all the video and voice overs. that makes it a lot less fun. but, still i will give this a try, it's an adventure game after all!
Is this planned for a U.S. release at some point?
Can I ask a question - I'm just learning stuff.
Why does people ask for North American version when they can have European and visa versa?
The language is very slightly different to me. Reasons? It would be nice to know.
People tend to want things from own regions ... I believe to be some kind of subconcious xenophobia ... or, it could just be they want things to be compatible with the original copies in multiplayer mode lol
I ask that question all the time though ... I myself grab the first version of a game that comes along that I can understand
Lol! Me too - I don't care if it's NA's version or European's version - like you, as long I understand the games, I'm happy.
Secret Files: Osaka?
Oh well, at least looks half decent.
I'm asking because it looks like a Euro exclusive since I haven't heard of a stateside release.
Some of us do sometimes plan to buy the game if we like it and is released in our region. There's also games like Naruto, Tingle and others that do have differences in some regions or don't seem to be planned for the U.S. at any time.
If this is a Euro only release then I might as well get it now since this would be the only way I can try it. If it is coming to the U.S. then I can ignore it until then while I finish up other games.
I also find words like "color" with the letter "u" added annoying, so if I can get an English language version without that I tend to go for it.
ooo. look spooky. Might import if somebody explodes from it's awesomeness.
Maybe people were confused by the fact that the text in the screenshot is in French, so they might be assuming it is only in French. Maybe they don't realize it's a multi-lingual release.
Reviews for PC version from 2006: http://www.metacritic.com/games/platforms/...les:%20Tunguska
HeatMan Advance - wow, that's very interesting because I do find 'color' annoying than colour. Interesting how people react to words like that. Guess we're used to our own languages.
downloaded but haven't played yet. im too hooked on mystery dungeon
I'd think it's because in some cases multiplayer doesn't work between different language, or only has partial functionality. Most notable for having both those situations on a handheld are the Pokemon games. Like how a US D/P won't link with JP GBA carts or JP Pokemon Battle Revolution.
But I don't know if this has any linking features.
I BLAME NIKOLA TESLA!
He is in the background....playing on his DS no doubt.
By the way I have no problem with Color or Colour since I can't seem to spell consistantly anyway. I'd rather everyone recognise everything phonetic but then things would get quite messy.