Any reason not to get this in the US?

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User Info: auronrenouille

auronrenouille
4 years ago#1
I've got a standard North American PSP 3000 and I see that this is available from a UK seller on Amazon for only $17 (I have the PS1 version but really want to be able to play this while traveling). Am I going to find any unpleasant surprises, technically? I've never bought any non-US games for my PSP before so I'm not quite sure what to expect.
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User Info: MoonlightJust

MoonlightJust
4 years ago#2
Ill second this, I am curious myself.

User Info: kazin1979

kazin1979
4 years ago#3
There will be no problem,all psp's are multi-regional.
I'm from england and have lots of usa only rpgs for the psp and have never once encountered any problem whatsoever with the game or saving issues.
The wheel of time turns...

User Info: kazin1979

kazin1979
4 years ago#4
The only issue I know of with games from different regions is that a ntsc save data will not work with a pal game and vice versa..Same goes for ad-hoc,they must be from the same region to play multi-player,neither issue applies to breath of fire.
The wheel of time turns...

User Info: dragonstar13

dragonstar13
4 years ago#5
So far so good. I own a Jpn version, and have been playing U.S games and got this game this year. So far no problems.
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