English version of Opera: 10-06-06!

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by ateam, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. ateam
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  2. jmoe316

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    I was really interested in this until the Wii was announced to have the Opera browser. Since I basically never have a wireless connection when I take my DS out of the house (usually just road trips), it would mainly have been for home use. But now I might as well use the Wii's version on a TV.

    Other then that. It's pretty cool that it's coming out soon! Hopefully it sells great!
     
  3. hey_suburbia

    hey_suburbia Do The Lizard Bop

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    Will this work with flash cards?
     
  4. kernelPANIC

    kernelPANIC GBAtemp Fan

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    What a deceiving Topic title.
    I thought the Opera browser had been out since June...
     
  5. Dirtie

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    Indeed, what's with the backwards date [​IMG]
     
  6. alexp2_ad

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    I wouldn't buy a UK version in the US, the problem with the Japanese one was that it was further from the US, meaning it was fairly slow...
     
  7. jumpman17

    jumpman17 He's a semi-aquatic egg laying mammal of action!

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    In America dates are written MM/DD/YY and in most of the rest of the world it's DD/MM/YY
     
  8. ateam
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    Here's a correction if you're still confused:

    06-10-06

    *Phew* [​IMG]
     
  9. seanms

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    What's the difference between the European and US version?
     
  10. Golds

    Golds Old Member

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    in the european version it askes you if "you'd like a spot of tea" and instead of hello it says "good day old chap".

    In the USA version it turns your DS into a democracy
     
  11. seanms

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    I give you a 10 out of 10 for your effort at attempting to be funny [​IMG]
    I really wanted to laugh, seriously...but it just sucked. But nevertheless, better than anything I could've come up with [​IMG]
     
  12. xnevergiveinx

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    from the videos i've seen on youtube, it can take up to a couple of minutes to load a page.

    i was thinking about getting this till i saw that. and also my university requires you to log on to they're domain before you can get access, so this will not work. unless you can log onto domains, i doubt it
     
  13. Shinji

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    Since this was for an EU release, it should have been written in the DD/MM/YY format, no?

    Anyways, we will get ours in due time. As far as the Flash Cart question, all I can say is...did the Japanese version work on flash carts? Why would this one be different then?
     
  14. IxthusTiger

    IxthusTiger Cruddy's Buddy

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    Is there any advantage to waiting for this to be released in the US?
     
  15. ridgecity

    ridgecity GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    In the U.S. version you get tracked in everything you do, and may allow the goverment to pin-point you on a map, thanks to secret gps data transmitter. Also Google blocks everything Iraq relates and replaces it with an image of Lindsey lohan naked covered with just a tiny american flag...
     
  16. falcon64z8

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