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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Apr 12, 2003.
0950 - Freestyle Scooter EURO 32 Mbits (GBATemp)
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Is this game worth a download?
Man, is this game old!
184 Razor Freestyle Scooter USA
This game is pretty cool, I would say it's worth the download!
Hmm.... I would say 6 1/2 | 10
Has the phase kids had with these "scooters" died out now . Not a bad game though
By the way, is this a multi-language ROM?
i think because it says EURO
Gah, why all the releases of the European versions of the US games?
I never liked this game, I downloaded the US version(Before this didn´t see any images of this game)and I found crap graphics, crap gameplay,lack of tricks.Try Dave Mirra 3 and THPS3-4.
Heard of a new release: 0951 Mortal Kombat Advance Europe
Seems like a redump, though
Nope, territorial dupe, it (Euro-version) has never been released before.
I think it's a EURO of USA release...cant be bothered to check, goin boozer!
It's a European release
This game isn't worth anything at all...go for Tony Hawk. etc.
Typical american way of thinking
because most euro games, are multi language... i can read english very well, but i'm sure lots of euro people can't, and prefer to have the game on their primary language, rather than english.
No, no, no. You misunderstand me. If a US version is released, it's English. People in Europe read English. If a EURO version is released, it's English. People in the US read English. I don't see the need for 2 versions of English. I download whatever one comes first and forget the other version. Like Ninja Cop. When Ninja Five-O (The US version of Ninja Cop) I'm not downloading it because I've already got it in EURO. I'm not dissing EUROs. Sorry.
MaD_mAnIaC: Hmmm, yeah, I guess. But still, I'd rather have something new. Oh well.
looks alot like 720 (an old arcade game from teh late 80's) but with a scooter.
I doubt many will remember 720 though
jumpman17, you are wrong in thinking EURO = english. Typically EURO releases have 3 or 4 different languages (german, french, spanish etc).
Add to that the fact that Americans spell words like colour, centre, etc wrong, and you'll see that localisation of a game is quite important.
Now as far as ROM HaXoRs like yourself go, it means fuck all, but for the publishers who are trying to SELL these games, they have to make changes between releases.
It seems every time a EURO version of an old US game is released some nutter is on the messageboards going "hasn't this been released already"... perhaps it would be worth adding to the FAQ page - if there is one?
verve, i do. Here's a link for all of you that missed it :