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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jan 16, 2007.
Best game to date.
... But how did they dump it so fast? Doesn't it take 50 hours? Or do they have a better program?
I can't even get this damn thing yet. I hate Gamestop for giving you a "release date" and then turn around and say it's the "shipping date". And then they call you later and tell you that it'll be in tomorrow afternoon.
It came out in Europe a few days ago.
And you lucky dudes got wiiplay earlier too!
... Not like I buy any games (besides zelda) anyway, but still..
WE ARE AMERICA, WE DESERVE IT ALL FIRST!
I'm gonna tell bush to nuke nintendo of japan if they don't give america everythng first from now on.
I got my Wario Ware on saturday. Got it when I managed to get a wii from comet, was very lucky as they sold out after 20 minutes. Can't really get into the game yet, but will stick with it. This has been dumped really quick, I'm surprised. It would be even better if it was playable on the wii.
It'd be even better if it was (U) xD
All these European Wii releases, how about more USA releases?
I fixed your joke tags
I guess (U) players cant handle the fact that (E) players actually got something before us once. Let them have their cake (pie) and eat it too.
good work pi! but when are you releasing all the other games before warioware?
You guys got the Wii a month earlier and Excite Truck. So they are (for the first time in history) dividing it equally.
There are, of course, (almost) only (E) releases because PI is an European release group.
Because (U) just don't have the brains to start a release group
Yes, hurry, I really want to play another version of Happy Feet.
I doubt pi use that method. It's more likely they use the other method which involves modifying the DVD drive firmware to skip over the EDC check when reading discs. Dumping the disc with this method takes only a few minutes.
Sorry to tell you this bud, but GS has nothing to do with it. This is pretty much how release dates have worked since the beginning. The only way a game can actually be in stores on the date of release is if they ship it to stores early (such in the case of WoW: TBC, Final Fantasy, and other popular titles). Other than popular titles, most games' "release date" is actually just the day it gets shipped to stores, and doesn't actually show up on shelves until a day or two later.
That's only for US, though. In Europe (least in Germany and Austria...) the "release date" is really the date it's availabe in stores.
Its good they are dumping them, but we can't even use these yet, correct?
Saw this game at my local Gamestation but they can only show the opening movie because the place is too small to allow people to play the demo. Oh well.
Don't forget, my american friends, that europe still hasn't seen a release date for warioware twisted... Reason? According to (E) law, something in the tilt sensor is prohibited to sell over here. Interestingly enough, this wasn't the case with yoshi's universal gravitation. Perhaps for the same reason, Kirby Tilt'n'Tumble never got a release in europe, either. (or it slipped past my radar, undetected)
"Nintendo of Europe : Because we can release a turd like Yoshi's Gravitation without any problems, but a warioware game, nuh-uh."
EDIT : Oh yeah, the game still rocks.
Just to make you all jealous... I actually got my WWSM game 3 days in advance from European release date! I walked into my regular game store and there it was, waiting for me!