Wii #0673 - Shin chan ÂLas Nuevas Aventuras para Wii! (Spain)

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  1. Costello
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    wii release list is back!!!
     
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    why only in spanish? i thought the cartoon is more popular in english speaking countries [​IMG]
     
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    Yes it's a shame. Some of the GBA Shin Chan games were really good, but were only localised into Spanish!
     
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    Strange, but seems kinda fun. Needs English though as is a bit hard to tell what's going on.
     
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    I don't think there's ever been Spanish to English fan translations of a game... [​IMG]
     
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    Well, maybe because Shin Chan is FAR more popular in Spain than other european countries. Indeed, since 2000 there's a constant fever with this cartoon, and almost every kid born between 1987 and 2005 (most of them videogame players) knows the series.

    In conclusion, Spain + Shin-chan + spanish translation = lots of €€€
     
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    This game is not a spanish release, if you open withe some region patcher you can see is a jap release not original pal
    But for same curious fact, it not run in ntsc systems and when you play it, in spanish it have various screen with traslation errors, or directly with no texts in some scennes
    And if you try with datel freloader it not run in usa wiis
     
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    well i've been watching shin chan since it first came out over here around 2000 or so, it's not only popular in Spain you know, besides english is a more universal language than spanish, it would make more sense to translate it into english first.
     
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    I want some damn usa shinchan not spaniard gibberish
     
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    Spanish is spoken by more people, in more countries, than English is ... only Chinese is spoken by more people than Spanish ...
     
  12. [VAF]Flyper

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    Oh, I do not question there exist Shin Chan fans in UK or wherever, I'm only remarking that all product related with this show sells incredibly well here. And the fact that this has been released earlier, and only in spanish (with the same voice actors of the show, which doesn't happen very often) is obviously a sign that there are legions of fans which will probably buy the game, as they did with the GBA previous ones.

    Expect an english release, as usual, but I doubt every Europe M5 will get this game totally translated with voice acting and blah blah. And of course, it won't sell as well as it will here.

    So, fuck off, if the game doesn't sell in english, don't expect to take it first. In money terms, nobody gives a fuck about that crap of universal language.
     
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    Universal language? When will a video game in Esperanto come out? lol

    /me loads up his copy of the movie Incubus.....
     
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    Does this have an English option?
     
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    Don't like Spanish? Try the Japanese release. lol
     
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    I dont know if a japanesse release exists, but this game is basically a jap game converted, may be it have english in it too
     
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    other games of shinchan only had gone out of Japan to Spain.
    Ds game 1713-Shin Chan Flipa En Colores , gba 2365 Shinchan Aventuras en Cineland (Spain) and 2664 Shin-Chan Contra los muñecos de Shock Gahn (Spain)
    never had been released in english.
     

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