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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Jul 28, 2009.
wtf Lu bu!!
i thought this was another dragon ball game...
I thought so too!
But granville, aren't v1.2's and so on considered ####'s? Or is this the first dump of the game?
I'm not sure about that. But I am simply going by the scene release data and relayed the information here.
1.x's are perfectly valid releases and thus get a number.
Example: #1479 Animal Crossing: Wild World (v1.1) (USA)
I don't get it. Does v1.1 means that game is without glitches and bugs?
No idea what this game is but judging from screenshots it could have been interesting if I could understand Japanese
It means it's a newer version of a previously released game, usually with some bug fixes - ie the 1.1 version of gardening mama fixed a crash that happened under certain conditions when the language was set to French. Usually there's no official word about 1.x releases from publishers so we're left to wonder what they've tinkered with.
What an amount of bugs and glitches do there have to be for a game to get a v1.2? Probably the entire game was full of bugs, they fixed some in v1.1 and now they fixed the rest.
Minor bugs aren't usually fixed. But cart-bricking bugs are fixed FAST with recall, and you can expect minor/major bug fixes in "The Best" versions which are just re-release of older games for a cheaper price.
Can you even read? It's not "1.2", it's "1.02". It goes like this - 1.0, 1.01, 1.02... 1.1, 1.11, 1.12... 1.2. Of course there are deviations from this scheme, particularily in then *nix world (i.e. 1.0, 1.1, 1.2... 1.9, 1.10, 1.11, thay can also use a third dot, like 1.11.2), but putting "0" after the dot practically proves it's using standard decimals. Also, the number doesn't matter at all unless they released previous ones. That is, if the only releases are 1.0 and 1.02, the 1.01 never existed at all, save for a short while during the internal debugging. The "0" is significant too, because 1.0x (that is, 1 and x/100) in developer slang almost always denotes minor corrections.
That's Romance of the Three Kingdoms DS
I WANT THAT IN ENGLISH
I misread the title as "Shin Goku Satsu"
I was all, "Instant Hell Murder, YESSS!"
i thought it was going to be something about DragonBall :/
wut? you serious?
i want it in ENGLISH NAO!!
btw the anime is coming out too!!