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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Nov 23, 2006.
This is gonna be one of Sega's biggest seller.
This is actually a very popular card collecting arcade game where you collect actual cards, the girl's equivalent of the Mushi King (that beetle game on the GBA). The arcade version is equipped with a card reader, this game comes with a DS card reader.
Mushi king !!????? That means pussyking in german.
Indeed. Watch it jump into the top 10 along with Magic Taizen
Way too much cute...gotta...watch...something...manly..
Thanks for teaching me an obcenity, the only kind of words I seem to remember of foreign languages I don't speak.
I hear sega mean shit in Italian.
I need a card reader for this game..........
We had a nice discussion about this game ands its accessories XD. This will be number one on the Japanese charts in no time.
Yup! This is gonna be a hit. Kotaku reported that a million plus pre-order have been placed for the DS version.
I think this game will top the chart for the weeks to come.
indeed the guy/girl that created this game is a genius. Seriously no matter what arcade you step in, always a line of girls with a crap load of cards playing this game. Smart smart guy/girl~~
does this work in supercard? it says it's a music game on the 2nd provided link
wrong: sega means handjob. You learn something every day, see?
Well, considering it has a freaking card reader sticking out of it...I'd have to say not without the card reader.
How do you play it, and why is there so much hype for it? is it really good?
I know it's kind of lame but I loved playing the Mushi King arcade game back when I was living in the Philippines. Since the arcade version clearly runs on the same hardware and has a very similar mechanic I'd love to try this game out. I'm actually tempted to order the real version and see if I can find a retailer that exports cards. A sort of secret self-Christmas present. I think I'd really enjoy the game until someone found out I was playing it...
Just imagining a mother from Italia, a highly catholic country, watching her kid turning on his brand new video game console to play Sonic, and then the voice: HAAAAANDJOOOB!
Now is that what it really means or is it one of those useless slang words that hardly anyone uses?
I went down to the butter house in my new toaster but they were out of bluebirds!