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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Jan 20, 2006.
Something's wrong with this rom...it aint rumble as it should...actually, aint rumble at all.
You need to purchase the game in order to get the rumble pack (card). Without it you won't get any "rumbling".
But trust me - the pack sucks, it makes more noise than rumbles/vibrates.
The game kicks ass nonetheless
Edit: Ah man, I didn't spot the "j/k" until now... oh well, might as well leave this message for the unwitting
that's because the rumble is in a GBA cartridge which comes with the GAME.. sorry.. but u need to buy that one
Damn ContraDragon beat me BTW, u meant noise right? then again a notice could be a noise
same as ContraDragon... (we swedes are blind) ;D
So the rumble comes in a seperate GBA cart. Clever. Does it stick out any like the old rumble carts I wonder?
Nope, it's just as tiny as a normal GBA game.
I played this once, it's really fun. I wonder what's the hold up on metroid. I wonder if it's marketing to sell this game then they come out with full version metroid later and make money. Good strategy though. Nintendo's been deving so much stuff lately, if they would've put this and princess peach on hold, we'd probably have new super mario bros and metroid by now. I haven't bought any games in ages because I'm waiting for new super mario!
I'd guess stuff like getting the game to work well online and balancing issues, would be the hold up on the real metroid game.
do any other games support the rumble pack, or is it just this one?
I'm pretty sure Mario & Luigi 2 : Partners in Time supports the rumble pack too.
Nope. Not even Wario Ware Twisted! (which worked with the submarine demo)
But this game rocks! I've got the original American version
Mario and Luigi partners in time supports it. Animal Crossing doesnt. I bought it for my wife from nintendo.com for $10 plus $5 shipping. Keep in mind that because it fits the GBA slot, you cant use it with the M3 or other adapters that fill the slot.