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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by djgarf, Sep 9, 2005.

  1. djgarf
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    djgarf I Am A Raver

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    ^^release-2125^^
     
  2. Sc4rFac3d

    Sc4rFac3d GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Aww man.. I expected something new. [​IMG]
     
  3. damiussus

    damiussus GBAtemp Regular

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    Yeah, where's One Piece?
     
  4. dEC0DED

    dEC0DED

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    .bin
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    lol@nFO
     
  5. StingX

    StingX Hates Technology

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    Well i guess the mystery of this game is solved
     
  6. Eruonen

    Eruonen GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    *sigh* Can't wait 'till Mario Tennis [​IMG]
     
  7. Squiffy

    Squiffy GBATemp's Little Embarrassment

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    I think Rayman games are some of the most underrated. Don't dismiss them as yet another platformer.
    I'm going to flash this.
    RIGHT.
    NOW.

    That's how hardcore I am. Believe it.
     
  8. djgarf
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    djgarf I Am A Raver

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    6 replies and only 1 of them is actually about the game

    if you dont have anything to say about the game then DONT POST ON THE GAME'S TOPIC
     
  9. .TakaM

    .TakaM .II

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    rayman advance was my first gba game.. I thought it was awesome.. lets see how it holds up today...
     
  10. patz

    patz GBAtemp Regular

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    Yes, Where is One Piece: Grand Battle?
     
  11. jumpman17

    jumpman17 He's a semi-aquatic egg laying mammal of action!

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    Hmmm...considering One Piece: Grand Battle is a console only game...

    I loved Rayman when I first played it back on the PS1. I can't say I enjoy the original much anymore. I do love the second and third one though.
     
  12. TPi

    TPi One Tired Raccoon

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  13. patz

    patz GBAtemp Regular

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    Could it be that no nobody knows there is One Piece: Grand Battle for GBA, that's why nobody dumps it?

    One Piece: Grand Battle for GBA looks very interesting since it has side-scrolling mode and fighting mode. Also, I heard that it was developed by Dimps.
     
  14. shadow1w2

    shadow1w2 Still here.

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    Rayman was a good game but only on a FULL screen. The GBA version is just big and harder to see. Just a nice slow paced platformer. Honestly the 3D ones were pretty good me thinks.

    Oh hey, what happend to Rayman 2? The hoodlum havoc one for GBA that was basicly a new basic Rayman game and not this weird Spyro GBA like one :wtf:

    Honestly I think this third one stinks. But hey, if you like rayman this might be like Sonic 3D blast was to sonic. Im sure somebody will like it.

    Though honestly I love Sonic 3D blast and its good music on the saturn [​IMG]
     
  15. lastdual

    lastdual Newbie

    I agree that Rayman's sprites are annoyingly large on the GBA. Rayman 2 was definitely the best in the series (and runs great on Project 64 [​IMG] ).

    And yes, I'm also looking forward to One Piece. It sounds like Dimps did a pretty good job.
     
  16. damiussus

    damiussus GBAtemp Regular

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    Um, the one that is on this cart IS the second one even though it is called Rayman 3 [​IMG] . Of course you couldn't know that I guess unless you had played it. [​IMG] The isometric one is called hoodlums revenge BTW.
     
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