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User Info: Grand_Blue

Grand_Blue
4 years ago#1
Either make a very large post game or put multiple languages on the same cart.
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ThatKipp
4 years ago#2
Nope. This game will likely be 4GB but it's unlikely it will be more since it would raise the price. Resident Evil: Revelations is a 4GB game and at release it was $50.

Also, Europe has had multi-language carts at least since the DS. Any European DS (and I think 3DS) game can be played in English, French, German, Spanish or Italian. We don't get them in North America because primarily people speak English here.
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mralpha543
4 years ago#3
ThatKipp posted...
Nope. This game will likely be 4GB but it's unlikely it will be more since it would raise the price. Resident Evil: Revelations is a 4GB game and at release it was $50.

Also, Europe has had multi-language carts at least since the DS. Any European DS (and I think 3DS) game can be played in English, French, German, Spanish or Italian. We don't get them in North America because primarily people speak English here.


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UltimaZangetsu
4 years ago#4
I bought RE:Revelations on release for $40.
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davidsmith91
4 years ago#5
ThatKipp posted...
Nope. This game will likely be 4GB but it's unlikely it will be more since it would raise the price. Resident Evil: Revelations is a 4GB game and at release it was $50.

Also, Europe has had multi-language carts at least since the DS. Any European DS (and I think 3DS) game can be played in English, French, German, Spanish or Italian. We don't get them in North America because primarily people speak English here.


"Unfortunately" EU games come in specific languages.

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Grand_Blue
4 years ago#6
In North America the languages are English, French, and Spanish so they should just put all 3 languages in the same cart rather than a separate English cart and a separate French cart (and finally they should add Spanish in NA since there's never any Spanish Pokemon.) Europe does this with their games and it works out well, so NA should do so.
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UltimaZangetsu
4 years ago#7
Grand_Blue posted...
In North America the languages are English, French, and Spanish so they should just put all 3 languages in the same cart rather than a separate English cart and a separate French cart (and finally they should add Spanish in NA since there's never any Spanish Pokemon.) Europe does this with their games and it works out well, so NA should do so.


The French spoken in Quebec is an entirely different variety of French called Quebecois.
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STAYNDEBOKZRZ
4 years ago#8
UltimaZangetsu posted...
Grand_Blue posted...
In North America the languages are English, French, and Spanish so they should just put all 3 languages in the same cart rather than a separate English cart and a separate French cart (and finally they should add Spanish in NA since there's never any Spanish Pokemon.) Europe does this with their games and it works out well, so NA should do so.


The French spoken in Quebec is an entirely different variety of French called Quebecois.


I don't think "entirely" is exactly right, but I'm no expert in French however Mexican Spanish is somewhat different from European Spanish but it's not a big deal heck different countries in Latin America have their own style of speaking, and even within countries are there different styles, but you're able to understand everything if you left out local lingo.
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Dark_Zoroark
4 years ago#9
Grand_Blue posted...
In North America the languages are English, French, and Spanish so they should just put all 3 languages in the same cart rather than a separate English cart and a separate French cart (and finally they should add Spanish in NA since there's never any Spanish Pokemon.) Europe does this with their games and it works out well, so NA should do so.


As a Latin American user, the spanish they speak in Europe is not the same as ours. Their spanish suck!
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User Info: SymphonicGlory

SymphonicGlory
4 years ago#10
Dark_Zoroark posted...
Grand_Blue posted...
In North America the languages are English, French, and Spanish so they should just put all 3 languages in the same cart rather than a separate English cart and a separate French cart (and finally they should add Spanish in NA since there's never any Spanish Pokemon.) Europe does this with their games and it works out well, so NA should do so.


As a Latin American user, the spanish they speak in Europe is not the same as ours. Their spanish suck!


As someone who's visited Spain, they find most of the Spanish spoken in Latin America to be the equivalent of American English as viewed by the English. Living in NYC though, I know quite a few people who come from various Spanish speaking countries, and they all agree that for the most part, the differences are far from major.
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