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  1. jtohsohr
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    jtohsohr Newbie

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    what is MULTI5.
    would it be compatible with nstc?
     
  2. Cresh07

    Cresh07 Advanced Member

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    MULTI5 is just the languages that game is in,

    if a game is MULTI5 it means that there is a setting to switch between the following languages... Japanese, English, Spanish, French and German (i think).
     
  3. Sir VG

    Sir VG GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    What languages are listed in a Multi# (M#) release varies, depending on which regions the game is released in. This has nothing to do with whether it's NTSC compatible or not.
     
  4. jtohsohr
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    o, so then it would be ok to play on nstc wii and update without bricking?
    im i getting this correctly? [​IMG]
     
  5. jan777

    jan777 motion control..? srsly? so 2008. 3DS is teh bombz

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    updating from different region will still brick you no matter what language it is in
     
  6. jtohsohr
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    so if i patch the iso to nstc and patch with brick blocker.
    i could play safely?
    and i have wifi connection, so i use that to update my wii.
    then saying that, could i just brick block all iso?
    or do i need not to brick block some to get updates that cant be obtained from the wifi wii update.
    thanks for the help so far.
     
  7. jtohsohr
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    bump?[​IMG]
     
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