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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Mar 19, 2009.
This is more of a British game and I don't think there's really any difference. I'll stick with the (E) rom.
And I jus finished t downloading buying the E version too.....
Hahahahaha funny joke. its funny because you didnt really buy the game, you downloaded it. i never heard that before haha good one
inf points out the reason I no longer do that. And you shouldn't either.
I still don't get it
Hmm...I looked at 4 different sites and they ALL have a different numbering for the last few ROMs. One place actually had a totally different Rom than the Transformers game.
This IS a pretty fun game. I just wish you could make the puzzle element optional if you didn't want to bother with that aspect.
Its funny because its true!
Anyway, I enjoy this game.
It is because iNFiNiTY made a clever sarcastic comment. Re-iterating the fact that that pun/with similar wording appears in nearly every release of a somewhat decent/great game and grows tiring and almost makes one cringe after having been on GBAtemp quite awhile you see the same pathetic joke in every release thread.
Now if you didn't get the original joke. He went to say he downloaded it but because he wants to make it look legal (as a joke) so he strikes out downloading and places buying afterwards. Thus making it funny (which is actually not the slightest bit humorous anymore) cause he says buying but means downloading. Get it?
Meh, the protagonist is British, but it was developed by EA Tiburon in Florida.
so does anyone wanna contribute in a good way and tell me if the usa rom works unlike the european one
I don't get it.
The european rom works... it was re-released earlier.
This is so true. All of it. This so called joke is not only overused but also annoying beyond believe. To pirate every game and not supporting developers is not as cool as many of you think. Bragging about is just plain silly.
The best part about this game is the ridiculous sounds it makes when people talk -- especially Henry's random "pip-pip, cheerio" ranting.
Mediocre platformer padded with an even more generic puzzle game. Because those hundred other games where you line up three blocks have always been so engaging, surely I would love to see another one. And a platformer where I'm constantly being interrupted from the action portion to settle something I would never want to play as a standalone? This game just has everything going for it!
Well they've not wasted any space on this cart, trimming saved me a grand total of 5k. Is that a record?
This game is amazing, tally-ho!