DS #2324: Mario Party DS (Korea)

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May 26, 2008

DS #2324: Mario Party DS (Korea) by T-hug at 4:52 PM (4,482 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. T-hug
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    Chief Editor T-hug Always like this.

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    yeah wrong cover XD
     
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    Thats a jap. cover.
     
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    Anybody know how many DS games have been translated into Korean?
     
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    Korea is like abandonware to DS games! [​IMG]
     
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    They are like abandonware with ALL electonics/entertainment!!
     
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    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.
     
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    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 .
     
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    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.
     
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    the boxart makes this game look much more exciting than it actually is...
     
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    As of 20080527 there are 58 Korean DS dumps available:

    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Cleaned it up...thanks you guys for the heads up! [​IMG]

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    Never tried this one. Only Mario Party I've ever really liked was one on the Nintendo 64...
     
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    So far (that I can recall) 2 games were released in portguese. That "Pig Contra" game was released in Portugal-portuguese [​IMG] and Speed Racer in brazilian portuguese, which made my day when I found out!
     
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    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.
     
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    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)
     

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