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RolandGilead

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Hi!
Everytime I look @ the release list I wonder if the game is a new one or if its just a translation of an older game.
e.g. I didnt knew that Porsche Unleashed was released the first time months ago in European version.

Is it possible that you could make a small sign, a small "new" or sth onto releases which are "premieres"?
 

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That is a good idea but sometimes they edit games and they are diffferent for instance the Japanesse version of astro boy is much different from the U version of it.
 

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I suggest just Having either (E), (U) or (J) next to them. Doesn't matter if they're just exact versions of their imported counter-part, it'll just mean that that game is now available in X Country.
 

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lol that is what you already do and that suggestion is pretty good after all in the vast majority of cases a certain game is just a duplicate of the other one with extra languages - I only suggest it to be made with E and U releases because if a game comes out in japanese and then a U version comes out i reckon most people will look at the U version as brand new since the J one says ABSOLUTLY SHIT to 'em
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