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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by djgarf, May 15, 2005.
Any differences at all in terms of the actual game compared to the European version?
Only in English?
Can't get enough of this game, it's just too good! I hope my "boss" can fix the DS-version for me, that would be like... a dream (recently became a game critic at a site for portable consoles)
Doesn't say Colour?
I have the DS version (which has a bunch of languages o_0) and this game kicks ass! Has anyone tried the GBA version's multiplayer yet?
Ive tried the multiplayer on the GBA, and theres just the COOP clone wars fight and the duel fighting. I tried it out in an emulator, so I cant say much about the music syncing but it did seem too bad.
Id really like to see this DS version, this GBA one kinda sucks when you know there could be alot more animation. Not to mention more full music.
The gba version is just a lowerd down version and I think the game feels a bit cheap on the GBA. But its a lowerd down version so thats probly why
Wohoo, staff says 70%! That's the spirit, keep that bar higher than the member's
Not fair. We don't say "color" in Canada. Someone really should voice these concerns to video game companies. Why should we be forced to have american english in our games?
I agree (even though we don't get American games). Colour colour colour colour colour colour COLOUR!
And why should we put up with useless extra unpronounced letters in words?
Because it's English. English comes from England, not America. Don't blame us when you're the ones that butchered the language.
Even I use Colour and not Color - 'cause that's what they taught me in school ^^ And frankly, I think Color looks bad
Yep. Me too...
I only use the term "color" when I´m programming...
grab or grab not, there is no flush.
And I think writing it how it's said is more logical. I say kol-or ... not ko-lure.