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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by granville, Sep 17, 2009.
This game isn't published by Sega, but instead by Nintendo. That's because Sega has no Korean division.
omg how OLD is this living in Korea must suck!!
thank god for the internet Without them, korea probably will only have less than 1/5 of the current nds library i guess haha
korean game = a game that comes with AP
since almost latest korean games contains AP
this won't be the exceptional
no,without internet we had 1/5 of library,most games from japan didn`t come to usa or europe
Correct me if I'm wrong...but this may already be out on a hard copy in Korea. It just takes them longer to get the .nds files, because there are fewer people pirating things there. Or, fewer people pirating DS games anyway.
So they COULD already have the game if they really wanted it. They just couldn't have a...uhm..."backup"...
Nope, Korean release date was yesterday
Huh. Wonder if there's going to be any changes...
Nope. Like with about every other game, there's no changes depending on regions.
Doesn't Nintendo Korea only release a couple games a month?
I think without internet Korea would be missing out on 98% of the games, except for rich people who can afford overpriced Japanese imports.
There are two games in Korea published by Nintendo this September of 2009; there are Sonic Rush Adventure (published by Sega in Japan, the Americas and Europe; Sega has no Korean division), which was released yesterday (September 17) and Rythm Heaven (American name), which will be released there on September 24. I just saw it on the Nintendo of Korea's website.
THERE ARE games which have changes on different versions
Example: Bangai-o Spirits
Huh? I didn't know there were any differences in the Bangai-O releases... Is there a change in difficulty, or what, cause the game was kinda on the hard side.
Also, I marked the word you clearly didn't see