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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, May 26, 2008.
here is the cover
yeah wrong cover XD
Thats a jap. cover.
Anybody know how many DS games have been translated into Korean?
Korea is like abandonware to DS games!
They are like abandonware with ALL electonics/entertainment!!
It's GBA that failed in Korea. Only like 6 games were ever released, all of them third-party. Exactly zero titles published or developed by Nintendo came out there.
It's wierd in Korea though.
Most people have PSPs and most of them says they should've bought a DS instead... But they still only stick with their PSPs......
(well from my observation...)
I think people here in Korea is looking for items that are better in quality .
People in some countries are annoyed about the lack of games localized in their language. Only one Russian DS game has been released to date, I believe.
I'm also fairly sure the NES never officially came out there. Which helped make clones popular instead.
the boxart makes this game look much more exciting than it actually is...
As of 20080527 there are 58 Korean DS dumps available:
Warning: Spoilers inside!
0326 - Touch Dictionary (Korea) (v1.1)
0496 - Touch Dictionary (Korea) (v1.2)
0822 - Maeil maeil - DS Dunoe Training (Korea)
0829 - Deutko Sseugo Chinhaejineun - DS Yeongeo Sammaekeong (Korea)
0878 - Unoe Sangkwae Tongkwae - Teullin Geurim Jeonjip (Korea)
0879 - New Super Mario Bros. (Korea)
0990 - Mario Kart DS (Korea)
0991 - Pokemon Dash (Korea)
0992 - Powerful Proyagu Begins (Korea)
1045 - Nintendogs - Labrador & Chingudeul (Korea)
1046 - Nintendogs - Dachshund & Chingudeul (Korea)
1047 - Nintendogs - Chihuahua & Chingudeul (Korea)
1078 - Touch! Bomberman Land (Korea)
1079 - World Soccer - Winning Eleven DS (Korea)
1098 - Naruto - Choegangninja Daegyeoljip DS (Korea)
1151 - Manjyeora - Made in Wario (Korea)
1152 - Pokemon Toroje (Korea)
1296 - Super Mario 64 DS (Korea)
1297 - Tetris DS (Korea)
1306 - Malang Malang Dunwe Gyosil (Korea)
1307 - Shichidasik Unwe Danryeon Super Brain (Korea)
1340 - Meoriga Johajineun Sudoku 10000 Mun (Korea)
1405 - Hoshigami (Korea)
1409 - Samgukji DS (Korea)
1410 - Pokemon Bulgasaui Dungeon - Parang Gujodae (Korea)
1426 - Picross DS (Korea)
1427 - DS Chueogui Donghwa - Touch RO Puzzle (Korea)
1431 - Cooking Mama (Korea)
1432 - Byul ei Kirby - Dophang il Dang ei Seup Gyuk (Korea)
1433 - SimCity DS (Korea)
1434 - MySims (Korea)
1503 - Dowajwo! Rideum Hieoro! (Korea)
1510 - Jin Samgukmussang DS - Paiteojeu Baeteul (Korea)
1566 - Chungjeon! Hanguginui Sangsingnyeok DS (Korea)
1640 - Yoshi's Island DS (Korea)
1679 - Pac-Pix (Korea)
1775 - Nolleooseyo Dongmurui Sup (Korea)
1809 - Metroid Prime Hunters (Korea)
1942 - Saraitneun Yeongeoro Ganghaejineun Siljeon! DS Yeongeo Sammaegyeong (Korea)
1951 - Chajara! Gaeguri Jungsa Keroro - Teullingeurimchatgi Daejakjeon! (Korea)
1952 - SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis (Korea)
1953 - Sims 2, The - Castaway (Korea)
1954 - EA Playground (Korea)
1955 - Geuryeora, Touch! Naega Mandeuneun Sesang (Korea)
1965 - FIFA 08 (Korea)
1971 - Sumeoinneun Nunui Him - DS Allyeok Training (Korea)
1976 - Call of Duty 4 - Modern Warfare (Korea)
1978 - WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2008 (Korea)
2014 - Pokemon DP - Palkia (Korea)
2017 - Pokemon DP - Dialga (Korea)
2053 - Need for Speed - ProStreet (Korea)
2054 - Geojisui Yunmugok Rondo (Korea)
2077 - MagicQ DS (Korea)
2148 - Yangsonui Darin (Korea)
2207 - Zeldaui Jeonseol - Monghwanui Moraesigye (Korea)
2215 - Yu-Gi-Oh! - World Championship 2008 (Korea) (En,Ja,Ko)
2300 - Sudoku DS (Korea)
2324 - Mario Party DS (Korea)
Cleaned it up...thanks you guys for the heads up!
Never tried this one. Only Mario Party I've ever really liked was one on the Nintendo 64...
So far (that I can recall) 2 games were released in portguese. That "Pig Contra" game was released in Portugal-portuguese and Speed Racer in brazilian portuguese, which made my day when I found out!
Mario Party games have become a bit too luck oriented now. It's natural given its board game nature, but not as much early on.
its really funny how my students asked me about this the day we got the release info... i didn't know it was translated, they asked me to play it, and i said something like "heck no, that games too old"
heh... although they do play some japanese games here, the kids are a bit behind (they still destroy me in mariokart though)