Wizard of Oz Beyond the Yellow Brick Road (U)

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Oct 10, 2009
  1. Yuan
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    Member Yuan GBAtemp Maniac

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    OneUp Proudly Presents

    Wizard_of_Oz_Beyond_the_Yellow_Brick_Road_USA_NDS-OneUp

    Region: USA

    Release Number: #4268

    Platform: Nintendo DS

    Release Date: 2009-10-10

    File Name: 1u-wizard-of-oz-beyond-the-yellow-brick-road-usa.rar

    Size: 19 x 5MB

    http://ds.ign.com/objects/142/14260899.html
     
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    Oh damn, finally.
     
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    For those antsy DSTT owners: no piracy or problems that I can see, tested on two different carts running the latest test kernal.
     
  4. Yuan
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    Tested at:

    R4 1.18
    AKAIO 1.5
    YSMenu 1.17a07

    All are working fine

    Btw, why is "Over the Rainbow" in Japanese?
     
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    If we somehow get A Witch's Tale tomorrow, all my RPGs Were I Play As A Cute Anime Girl needs will be met!
     
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    i wonder when will you guys give up on playing the game
    due to the uniqueness of the control system [​IMG]
     
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    Hehe, I already mastered the trackball controls 10 minutes into the Japanese game. Now I won't have to learn how to use it here. One of the bigger learning curves is the battle system. It looks traditional, but the way characters get turns is different from most RPG's. The game is a bit more innovative than people give it credit.
     
  8. flusflus89

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    I just got the game and loved it (running on AKIO 1.5). Simple enough to keep me interested (casual gamer all the way) and the controls are very good, no annoyances at all. I must confess that I could do with some AR code to fix my coins shortage tho...
     
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    O_O *SHOCKED*
    Wow IGN gave them a rating of 8.0 "impressive"
    O_O...
     
  10. radonryder

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    i love this game..
    Its got a good feel to it..
    The trackball systems fun to use
    and its something i havnt seen before:)

    Combats cool:D
    i like the way they auto add items(such as potion)
    to it....

    I havnt spent much time with it...
    But this game should keep me occupied and happy for a while
     
  11. Ultratech87

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    That's cool. May have to try it out when I get the time.
     

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