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1. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 18:09 BST
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2. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:15 BST
Of course! There are too many to list.
However, Bitmap Brothers, Psygnosis, Hewson, Rare, and Ubisoft are some of my favorite European developers of all-time
Edited on Mon 10th August, 2009 @ 19:16 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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3. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:18 BST
Raving Rabbids, LostWinds, and most recently: Nyxquest
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4. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:19 BST
I bought the two of the three GBA Fire Emblems from Europe I believe. Though that reminds me, I saw a European DS game in EB Games the other day. It seemed odd since they don't generally sell imports or anything.
5. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:23 BST
Unless I'm mistaken, Robot Wars: Metal Mayhem for the GBC was never released in North America (my dad bought it for me a few years back when RW was one of my favourite shows on TV). If it has been released in the western hemisphere, then no.
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6. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:39 BST
Any of you have European Club Nintendo codes that can mail to me that dont use?Mail: pgc.pedro.c...
Edited on Mon 10th August, 2009 @ 19:46 by Wiiperson11
7. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:44 BST
Do you mean a game made by a European developer? If that's the case I'm sure I have, but I can't think of any off of the top of my head.
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8. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:46 BST
@The Fox- No, I mean like you went to Europe and bought one, or your retailer had an European version of the game.
9. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 19:53 BST
Well, in that case I did pick up a few GBA games online from Europe that I couldn't find over here. Usually I don't do much importing.
10. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 20:14 BST
Yes, I imported Freshly Picked Tingle's Rosey Rupeeland for the DS and it was well worth it!
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11. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 20:32 BST
WolfRamHeart- Can you give me the Club Nintendo Code?pgc.pedro.c...
12. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 21:45 BST
Can any of you that bought an European game give the Club Nintendo code to me?Mail is two posts up.
13. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 12:51 BST
Nah. I don't import anything.
I did come across the UK version of Ghost Master though (game for PC, graphics look like The Sims, you control a bunch of ghosts trying to scare the mortals in each location, there's a bonus mission that you can download but it ONLY works for the UK version even though the US version is identical in every other way) so I have both the US and UK versions of that.
14. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 15:32 BST
i bought a japanese game does that count?
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15. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:03 BST
I got the Hobbit for GBA! Does that count?
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16. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 18:35 BST
Honestly is does not matter to me what where the game is developed as long as I enjoy it. I suppose I have bought games from European developers, but I have never imported a game from Europe (or Japan for that matter)
It was not unitl the internet age that I even noticed what games other regions were playing unless it was mentioned in a gaming magazine. Of course thanks to Nintendo Life I know everything that is going on now and knowing is half the battle.
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