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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jan 11, 2007.
I hope this won't brick my DS?
(cmon, you know it was gonna come sooner or later)
I guess this is a sequel to Break 'em all?
Actually I think its just the european version of it
Heh, that one word change was really necessary
For some odd reason they do that for europe as if some how changing the name makes a REAL difference. For instance Magnetica was changed to Action Loop...
That title sounds a lot like Sony's PSP official firmware updates...
Thats not true because children of mana is named the same...
Why not just call it MegaBall (or dxball on PC) and get it overwith.. Amiga's rock!!!
That's soooo true !
Anyway the game is not too bad, & working on M3 Lite.
No, you don't understand... if you export a product abroad, and someone over there has a name already trademarked, then you can't use that name in that country... that's why you have to change the name ... hence copyright infringement, or should i have said trademark infringement?
Using your example.. Magnetica might be registered somewhere in Europe as a name. Sounds like a toy/gadget to me?!
im goiogn to try it i never play the usa one
True true, remember the Star Fox/Star Wing back in the SNES days? There was a Atari 2600 game called Star Fox and that title was copyrighted in Europe so Nintendo couldn't use it even though the Atari Star Fox never came out. Of course Nintendo manage to resolve that for the GC ...Adventures game.
...hope the release group isn't Darkfader
...i joke, i joke
Friggin' Breakout Clones wont even leave me alone on my DS!!! It's 2007 already dammit!
Oh I gotcha so the psp firmware updates already had that copyrighted in Europe
the text in this version is much better than the US version, though.
see? the american text is boring. the european is excitable!! and poorly translated!!
Could you tell me what other Breakout/Arkanoid clones are available on the DS? I tried this one and I guess it's okay...but there must be better ones out there! Any help would be appreciated!