For the Europeans: The games run in 60hz

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User Info: lilchao

lilchao
5 years ago#1
With Nintendo dropping the ball on the Wii, I was afraid we might get the PAL versions of the ROMs but this doesn't seem the case. Have only tested Zelda II but that runs at the correct speed. I think it's safe to assume the rest does too!
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User Info: yab

yab
5 years ago#2
there's no need to worry about NTSC/PAL when it's their own display.
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User Info: ixoria

ixoria
5 years ago#4
3ds is regionlock

User Info: Aruaruu

Aruaruu
5 years ago#5
ds3 us regenlokd
Link gave up his childhood to save Hyrule.
You gave up your childhood to make Link save Hyrule.

User Info: lilchao

lilchao
5 years ago#6
yab posted...
there's no need to worry about NTSC/PAL when it's their own display.

There is when it's about console emulation. Nintendo used PAL ROMs which would normally mean that it runs slower. They fixed the speed this time, though.
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User Info: Lum_Yatsura

Lum_Yatsura
5 years ago#7
Zelda I US anyway looks to be the original too, complete with Gannon. Instead of the 2003 translation update.
I do not own an NES console.
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