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BiggerJ

BiggerJ

Australia

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Thu 14th August, 2008

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BiggerJ

#1

BiggerJ commented on Nintendo Download: 14th May 2010 (Europe):

The DS version of Trials and Tribulations was heavily delayed in Europe, to the point that Apollo Justice came out before it there. There were fears that it would never be released in Europe because of a scene in which a character commits suicide. This might be the cause of this new delay, and this time, the old fears might finally come true.

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#3

BiggerJ commented on Nintendo Download: Fantasy Zone II, Rainbow Is...:

I remember reading somewhere on this very site (before the merge with NintendoLife) that the next Hanabi Festival was revealed by an insider to be on either June or July. The month was actually specifically stated but I don't remember which.

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#5

BiggerJ commented on OFLC Update: Even More Imports!:

By my count, there's now seven import titles lined up for us: MUSHA, Smash Ping Pong, Bomberman '94, TwinBee, Zoda's Revenge: StarTropics II, Kirby's Dream Land 3 and Pulseman. All of these games being released during one Hanabi Festival isn't unprecedented; the most games ever released during a Hanabi Festival is nine, during Hanabi Festival 2.

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#6

BiggerJ commented on EU WiiWare Update: Lonpos:

North99: PAL regions like Australia get VC and WiiWare releases on alternating weeks, and this was a WiiWare week.

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#7

BiggerJ commented on EU WiiWare Update: Lonpos:

BiggerJ reporting from Australia. According to the freely viewable Operations Guide in the Wii Shop Channel, the DLC packs cost 500 Wii Points each, same as in Japan. Also, it may interest you to know that Wii Points cards (2000 Wii Points each) cost 30 Australian dollars each here, so Lonpos and all its DLC packs cost A$79.50.

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#8

BiggerJ commented on EU WiiWare Update: Alien Crush Returns, Brain ...:

Edward J Grug III: I remember reading that World of Goo is being released on a retail disc in Europe instead of on Wiiware. However, I doubt they'd bother releasing it in Australia, which means your best bet is to buy it for PC/Mac, on the World of Goo website, playgreenhouse.com or Steam.

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#9

BiggerJ commented on Why You Should Be Excited About Cave Story:

I emailed Aeon Genesis (Cave Story's original translation team) about the Wii translation, and I'll be sure to tell you guys if I get a reply. I seem to recall that Pixel helped them with their original translation, though, so it might be possible that Pixel put the Wii version's developers in touch with them.

Also, that's a nice J.

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#10

BiggerJ commented on Helix Coming To Europe This Friday:

I really hope Strong Bad Episode 2 doesn't get bumped to next month, because I find it VERY unlikely that Nintendo would release two Strong Bad episodes in the same month. Thus, a whole month would be completely skipped and not corrected for, and it might not be the last time that happens.

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#11

BiggerJ commented on Top 20 WiiWare Games in America (20th August):

Here's the Australian chart:

1 (N) - Strong Bad Episode 1 - Homestar Ruiner
2 (N) - My Aquarium
3 (1) - Defend your Castle
4 (3) - My Pokemon Ranch
5 (2) - Wild West Guns
6 (4) - TV Show King
7 (5) - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
8 (6) - LostWinds
9 (7) - Cocoto Fishing Master
10 (8) - Dr. Mario & Germ Buster
11 (9) - Pirates: The Key of Dreams
12 (10) - Pop
13 (11) - Toki Tori
14 (13) - Block Breaker Deluxe
15 (12) - Star Soldier R
16 (14) - Actionloop Twist

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#12

BiggerJ commented on Top 20 WiiWare Games in America (13th August):

Here's the rankings for Australia.

1 - Defend Your Castle
2 - Wild West Guns
3 - My Pokemon Ranch
4 - TV Show King
5 - Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King
6 - LostWinds
7 - Cocoto Fishing Master
8 - Dr. Mario & Germ Buster
9 - Pirates: The Key of Dreams
10 - Pop
11 - Toki Tori
12 - Star Soldier R
13 - Block Breaker Deluxe
14 - Actionloop Twist