Any differences between the PAL and the NTSC versions?

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3 years ago#1
I didn't bother to search, so can anyone answer, please? I plan on buying the NTSC one, too.
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I doubt it. Hell the timestamps on the saves are still in day/month/year format.
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3 years ago#3
nope, this is literally just the PAL version put on a NTSC compatible disc.
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3 years ago#4
HAHA!!! What a joke. The little kids that play this may get confused
3 years ago#5

From: Alyzabeth1990 | #004
HAHA!!! What a joke. The little kids that play this may get confused


don't you mean what a bunch of jokas?
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3 years ago#6
Americans might get confused by some of the accents and pronunciations, but thats about it. I haven't otherwise noticed any issues with the translation. If they had lines specific to European terminology, it's possible they called in teh same voice actors and redid a few lines to make sense to American audiances.

To be honest, I'm not surprised. After all of NoA going on about not bringing over and the stink fans raised, someone finally raelized they already HAVE an english version with their European release. Just use that and get it out in America, save everyone some time, save the money and expense of redoing the voice acting again, and make the fans happy. Everyone wins, except those who don't like the accents.
3 years ago#7
We are the ones who said "you have an English version, just port that!" and they listened, so hopefully no one gets upset that they didn't further localize it.
3 years ago#8

From: chris1001 the sequel | #002
I doubt it. Hell the timestamps on the saves are still in day/month/year format.


With all fairness we Americans should finally adopt this setting. As well as the metric system. We should spell color as colour. Gray as grey. etc...

It's only right!
3 years ago#9
The metric system is the only part of that that needs to be adopted. I do not want to say "6/4/2012" and think it means June but have it mean April.
3 years ago#10
The fact that Nintendo was so adamant in not bringing this over was the tip of the iceberg in their downward spiral of shame. Although I do like to imagine that this is Xenoblade brought to you by BBC. Right next to Dr. Who and Red Dwarf. And if you don't know either of these two shows,kiss it.
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