Wii #0492 - Katekyoo Hitman Reborn! Dream Hyper Battle! Wii (Japan)

eternity575

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you know what i really like in JAP titles? the title name..
its always soooooooo long.
in english its always short... "rampage" "killzone" "need for speed"..
but youll never find a title like "super turbo mega great action heroes! the revenge of the all mighty blanket!"
pity !
 

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Yep, based off Katekyoo Hitman Reborn manga/anime series, second arc.

Looks like a terrible fighter, I'm a fan of the series but I know better than to waste time with something like this.
 

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But only in 50 HZ Mode
 

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when people says 50 hz mode what do you mean by that ? is there a option to change between 50 and 60 ??

On PAL TVs, two frequences exist; 50hz (the native frequency) and 60hz (NTSC), as such, many PAL systems (such as the Wii) and games (sixth generation and previous) have an option to display in 50hz or 60hz, 60hz generally allows to display better images.
 

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