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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jan 21, 2007.
Who would want an English-only game when there's a Multi-5 version out?
WHY NO NFO!!??
Because Pal games dont work on NTSC systems...
These backups don't work (yet). If there is a modchip of something, you will be able to play PAL games on a NTSC system and visa versa.
At least, that is the case with my modded Gamecube.
That's a nice opinion but it may not turn out to be the case. No one knows what the first modchips abilities will be yet and it is quite possible that they wont allow for cross region playability.
Anyway they (the scene groups) always try to have a release for each version of a console game. So this is being complete rather than giving you what you want.
you cant play diffrent region games for the 360 even if there back ups so you will never know untill a modchip comes out.
Thats because the 360 dosnt use a modchip. You flash the drive to boot backups.
Even so, some tv's don't like the Pal frame rate. PAL has a larger screen ratio so when Pal games are played on NTSC only tv's, the sides are cut off, and NTSC has a higher framerate so sometimes NTSC only tvs make the framerate all choppy by trying to display faster then the game is trying to show.
Didn't thought about that
I'm not american and I prefer USA releases.
I hate it when it gives me the possibility to choose German and French and rarely Dutch.
Everything's so much better in English..
Yes, because there is no English option in (E) releases is there
That wasn't the point.
Well, what was the point?
He'd rather not have to pick English, it would be more convenient to just have it already be English.
I do agree with you that things like Dutch subtitles or Dutch voiceovers are horrible. But for games like Brainage (NDS) it much easier to calculate with Euro oins/banknotes than with Dollars coins/banknotes for example.
I would prefer the games to be in Mandarin because that is the way the world is headed.
i love the Pal releases....just for the Spanish Language...
not all the world talks (o need to know) english.
More often than not, euro releases of games are much larger due to all the extra languages. Also often, euro releases have censored content or missing options or extras. Add in the fact that noone wants to deal with any PAL 50hz TV crap, and it's easy to see why most americans would prefer the U version.