DS #4268: The Wizard of Oz: Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (USA)

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  1. granville
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    ^^ndsrelease-5488^^
     


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    Nice, it's finally out in english. The graphic engine lets awesome.
     
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    Wow... that game looks wonderful. I like the Japanese version cover better.

    P.S. Does this game includes an anti-piracy check?
     
  4. GeekyGuy

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    Kinda expecting a very basic RPG experience, so I'll probably wait for another drought before getting too heavily into it. But the premise is really cool, and yeah, the graphics look good.
     
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    Working fine at AKAIO 1.5/R4 1.18/YSMenu 1.17a07

    I HATED the japanese version of "Over the Rainbow".
     
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    Been waiting for this.

    Looks very good from the images.

    Hopefully this works on EDGE.
     
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    No, it's the Japanese version Wizard of Oz (RIZ-OWD). Thanks for my answering question, Yuan!
     
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    So goodbye yellow brick road.
     
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    This will be interesting...RPG with characters from childhood stories!
     
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    Just started playing! No problems so far on EDGE.
     
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    How fascinating. Too bad i have projects to complete.
     
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    Great! Thanks for that news!
     
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    It's a gorgeous game at the very least, you HAVE to give it that much. I really enjoy the game, but it will be mixed among others. It's a standard RPG for the most part, but with an all-touch interface and a trackball moving system. I think elixirdream mentioned a dpad hack for the Japanese version, but i dunno if he will make one for the US release. It's not his responsibility or obligation. The touch screen controls work pretty well anyways.
     
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    No problems on DSTT running the latest test kernal. Obviously I couldn't test pre-that kernal...

    So far I love the graphics and definitely like the tongue in cheek narrator/tutorial teacher informing you that your dog should be played with every now and again.

    It kind of reminds me of what My World My Way could be been with a bigger graphics/production budget looks-wise.
     
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    KH.............SRSLY

    been waiting, excited to play.
     
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    I don't like the trackball moving system. It's actually hard to control the move speed and direction IMO. Anyone got a hack that enables navigation using the dpad? Thanks!
     
  17. Yuan

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    How do I save the game?
     
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    When you get to the Emerald City, you can save with the wizard. Until then, there might be a quick save feature.
     
  19. Yuan

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    No, there isn't. Wth...
     
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    Yay, it's out. Will try after I make room on one of my MicroSDs.
     

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