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by racketboy Sat Feb 24, 2007 6:30 pm

wow -- why in the world would they do that?
Very sad...
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by Daigr Sun Feb 25, 2007 4:00 pm

racketboy wrote:Square Enix gets in on the game starting with Act Raiser:
http://www.wiisworld.com/wii-news/squar ... -game.html


I was excited until I hit the link; only in Japan so far :(
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by racketboy Sun Feb 25, 2007 4:40 pm

Daigr wrote:
racketboy wrote:Square Enix gets in on the game starting with Act Raiser:
http://www.wiisworld.com/wii-news/squar ... -game.html


I was excited until I hit the link; only in Japan so far :(


That's usually the way it works -- give it a month or two
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by metaleggman Sun Feb 25, 2007 5:04 pm

racketboy wrote:wow -- why in the world would they do that?
Very sad...
While I think extrarice's video cut off problem could be attributed to overscan, SNK Playmore when asked about the two problems I posted said that they could only use either the Dpad or the Analog stick when using the GCN controller on Wii (although multiple games that were started before hand were able to include it, one being the dbz game) and that Nintendo's photosensitivity rules didn't allow for some of the flashes. I'm sure the slow down is just them doing a poor job trying to make the emulation more efficient. They prolly just ported the PS2's code or sumpin like that. :roll:
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