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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by FAST6191, Feb 9, 2009.
Finally! My my my...I thought this wasn't going to be released EVER although in store for months.
Now if they would come up with HOTD: Overkill I'd be sooo satisfied...
the filename lacks logic... " Visual Logic Training" ind-cvlp.rar ?
should have been "ind-vlt" not "ind-cvlp" yeah?
Dunno, I think the cover pic may be the German boxart (according to the RTL & P.M. [a science magazine]), so chances are that the original / English title differs or even has different promoters related to the country.
I suppose I'll try this out. Maybe it's a bit fun.
10 bucks CVLP is the serial, hence the file naming scheme, given that C is a used first letter and P is for PAL and it's 4 letters long.
Edit: Indeed it is. I looked at the DAT information on it and confirmed the serial is NTR-CVLP-EUR.
The Lion got pwnt!
Speaking of logic... Why would a game looking to enhance you visually want you to look at a bright screen which in essentially is bad for someones eyes. Plus a game like this would probably make you relax your eyes less to preform better putting even more stress on them.
that made sense !
it seems like I'll be needing to play this game on a regular basis
Don't scare me like that guys (it is only the third time I had a go at this release posting gig), granted it would not be as bad as the time I broke the RSS (Russian release of a Pirates of the Caribbean, RSS+unicode is apparently a no go).
Images aside from the icon came with the release.
"Visual_Logic_Training_Multi5_EUR_NDS-iND" is the long name. It is included in the database (and as the translated name) but not on this page for whatever reason.
You put the release name in the translation box and editing doesn't reveal the release name box.