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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by djgarf, Sep 29, 2005.
So whats this like or should Game Freak stick to making pokemon games?
OMG! Does anyone have a translation patch for this?
Seriously though, I'm interested to see how this game fares and exactly what the heck it's about.
can't wait to check this out...heard so much, yet so little about it
edit: after a quick d/l and 15 minutes on vba, i can say that this is a decent platformer.
makes me think of a cross between mega man and mr driller
This game seems to rock- very innovative platformer! Appears to have some action-adventure elements in it. Among many mediocre releases definitely one to check out. It got 33/40 in Famitsu and I say this is close to the facts.
The original cart comes with a vibration motor as I heard - can't wait to get the game.
This game is on my import-list..
This game kicks ass...
The US version will be released the 11/15/2005, under the name "Drill Dozer".
And here the mini site of the JP version: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/n08/v49j/index.html
Hell yes it does. More people need to play this.
This game's quite fun! Enjoying it myself.
A nice original title from Nintendo and Game Freak. Very nice to see Nintendo release an original first party title for a change!
Game is an exploration/platformer/adventure hybrid type game is quite unique. Great graphics too.
Yes sir, great game...
I'm at the boss of world 3-1, and haven't figured out how to hurt it yet, but figuring that out is half the charm...
Add me to the list of people who love this game.
It's really a nice platformer with some cool ideas that keep getting more innovative as you go along. My only gripe is that the drill-power-bar shouldn't really have to take up the whole screen...
Anyways, I've finally got One Piece, but I find myself more drawn to play Screw Breaker!
sorry but I don't want to open a new thread:
Just found out that "Shonen Jump's One Piece" is dumped!!
I already tryed it.... not realy impressing but maybe i have to play longer than 1 min
Well Game Freak usually finds success even if the games dont sell well. Aside from the obvious genius of the pokemon games, mendel palace for nes was an amazing mixture of puzzle games + tag
After you get the hard drill bit, there is a password section in toyland. On the game's web site, it says something about passwords on this page.
Can anyone tranlate what is in the small box up in the right corner please?