Request for nuking Wii #371

Discussion in 'Site Discussions & Suggestions' started by dsbomb, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. dsbomb
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    dsbomb GBAtemp Fan

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    I was looking back through some things, and the first High School Musical/NTSC-U (Wii #371) was just the PAL version.
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    GCM v0.3beta (c)2007 by dsbomb
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    Game Code: RI2P, Region: PAL
    Maker: 4Q, Disk ID: 00, Version: 00
    Audio streaming: No
    Game Name: HSM
    The release #452 by d0wnz is the proper US release of it.
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    GCM v0.3beta (c)2007 by dsbomb
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    Game Code: RI2E, Region: USA
    Maker: 4Q, Disk ID: 00, Version: 00
    Audio streaming: No
    Game Name: HSM
    Or is it too late? That would take quite a bit of renumbering seeing how far along we are now...
     
  2. JPH

    JPH Banned

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    You may wanna take this up with shaunj66. [​IMG]
     
  3. deufeufeu

    deufeufeu GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Now the real question is why do you have not one but two different version of this game ? Haha !
     
  4. amptor

    amptor Banned

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    one's pal, one's ntsc..what's the problem? two different isos
     
  5. Lumstar

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    So, why are #0471 and #0479 the same release? [​IMG]

    No one seems to know for certain. But, if really identical then one might need nuking.
     
  6. Lazycus

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    You are incorrect. #371 was indeed the USA version if you downloaded the independent release that was named "HSM.rar". "d0wnz" came along much later and created a duplicate. Because the original release was independent and didn't spread too much (it went straight to newsgroups if I remember correctly) it was mostly overlooked but it was there 3 weeks before the #452 release.
     
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