Most Hated NDS Release Group

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Sep 24, 2008

Most Hated NDS Release Group by NDStemp at 1:08 AM (1,415 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. NDStemp
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    I can't remember any so you guys can suggest your most hated [​IMG]

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    I havent run into anything that a release group puts into any game, so I have no reason to hate them. But I would see as any release group that puts something annoying like a trailer or something into a games startup would probably be hated.

    As long as they keep releasing games, I'll keep loving them.
     
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    Anyone who dumps games for the DS is NOT to be hated.
     
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    no groups have done anything to make me angry unlike the GBA groups
    though a little complaints is if its really needed to split the rar into like 110 pieces...
     
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    Multiple archive fragments is a Usenet thing, depends where you're downloading from. Some sites reassemble before redistributing.
     
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    Heh, yeah. That is rather annoying, but I think they do that to obfuscate the file a bit from peeps who would like to stop piracy. It's harder to detect exactly what is in a zip when there are zips inside multiple RAR's that are zipped and then RAR'd. Then, they give it a cryptic file name.

    A little extra work to get to the actual NDS file, but hell, we're getting the game for free, so I don't sweat it.
     

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