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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by dice, Dec 23, 2009.
It out in Japan now. What AP does this have?
/// THE UNIVERSAL CHILD'S PLAY PATCH WAS UPDATED!! ///
How to play "Zelda no Densetsu - Daichi no Kiteki" on your DSTT and R4
1. Download Patch.rar and get a Patch.exe file from the RAR archive.
2. Drag your ROM and drop it onto the Patch.exe. That's all.
This path is not only for "Zelda no Densetsu - Daichi no Kiteki". "Zelda no Densetsu - Daichi no Kiteki" is one of game to be patched by Universal Child's Play Patch.
The file having the ".bak" extension is the backup copy of the original nds file.
Credit to Rudolph who is one of Japanese famous hackers.
i like the fact USA got this first XD
wow nice cover art
Definetly nice box art. Hard to believe it took about a month to get NA games to Japan, but takes about half a year for Japanese games to get to NA
It's the same boxart that the European release got, and yes it is quite nice.
Actually, Phantom Hourglass got the same deal, interesting boxart in Europe/Japan, something plain in America.
I like the Edgyness of the US one, but the game itself is anything but edgy.
wow so Zelda ST was actually released 1st in the US surprising..
Twilight Princess was also released in the US about a month before it came out in Japan, so this is not unprecedented.
Wow, this is a first, Europe actually got a game before japan got it (well not exactly a first, see american games, but this is a japanese game.
Is there any patch out for Supercard slot2 users?
Actually, the case was the same with Mario Kart Wii, except that the EU got it first, 2 days before Japan and 3 weeks before the US.
The US boxarts are always inferior to the EUR or JP boxarts, I have on idea why Nintendo would use a different boxart for the US version.
I kinda prefer the NA box art for Phantom Hourglass. The JAP/EUR one for ST is better though.
Hmm, actually the same happened with New Super Mario Bros Wii.
That was released last in japan too, for some reason.
I like this boxart. Look more colourful