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Old 05 January 2005, 05:48   #41
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Correction, because you can't be arsed, more like. You can buy Nintendo DS on the streets of Buenos Aires already. If you did not keep up the country is not to blame, more so when you have internet access.

AND you can find this sort of pirate crap (and multicarts) in parque Rivadavia and similar shit. We always get the hongkong pirate shit first than Europe.

So tut tut
Akira, don't let one of our regular MSN discussions spill into the forums......

Whilst you're free to make comments about your "Banana Country" (as YOU call it) because you were born there, it seems I am not when I live here.

I regularly don't comment on anything to do with technology & Argentina on these forums as I don't want to upset you.
 
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Old 05 January 2005, 06:00   #42
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..............Whilst you're free to make comments about your "Banana Country" (as YOU call it) because you were born there, it seems I am not when I live here...................
Hey, I like banana's
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Old 05 January 2005, 12:52   #43
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I regularly don't comment on anything to do with technology & Argentina on these forums as I don't want to upset you.
You should say what you feel if it's relevent, tough poo if someone's upset.

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Old 05 January 2005, 14:33   #44
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Akira, don't let one of our regular MSN discussions spill into the forums......

Whilst you're free to make comments about your "Banana Country" (as YOU call it) because you were born there, it seems I am not when I live here.

I regularly don't comment on anything to do with technology & Argentina on these forums as I don't want to upset you.
Bah. Follow it wherever you want but these facts are true. You know I agree with you in many things. But sometimes you just stretch it.
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You should say what you feel if it's relevent, though poo if someone's upset.
I want to quote this for further reference. Remember these very words you said.
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Old 05 January 2005, 22:38   #45
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!!!!

Haaaaa!!!!!! LOOK!!!!! JAMES POND 2 released for the GBA today!

http://gbatemp.m4d.sm/index.php?act=ST&f=16&t=23488

HELL YEAH!
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Old 05 January 2005, 22:41   #46
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Old 05 January 2005, 23:12   #47
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I want to quote this for further reference. Remember these very words you said.
Sure as long as you don't quote them at me.

Back on-topic, the James Pond 2 game actually looks quite good, they haven't messed the graphics up in the same way that IK+ seemed to be. Strange though how they say in the thread that it contains different levels? Maybe worth a play as as i recall it was very easy to complete the original without playing 70% of the game, although I did do it the hard way first.

Good fun whilst it lasted.
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Old 06 January 2005, 00:27   #48
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Haaaaa!!!!!! LOOK!!!!! JAMES POND 2 released for the GBA today!

http://gbatemp.m4d.sm/index.php?act=ST&f=16&t=23488

HELL YEAH!
And its awsome .. on Emu or on real GBA sp.

GFX so smooth .. Sound is great ..

Currently on ma GBA is :

Aladdin
Tombraider Prophecy
The Polar Express
Super Mario Advance 4 - Super Mario Bros 3
Prince of Persia - The Sands Of Time
Star Wars Trilogy - Apprentice of the Force
Racing Gears Adv.
CT Special Forces 3 - BioTerror
James Pond Codename Robocod
Bubble Bobble - Old & New
R-Type III - The Third Lightning

But this changes frequently
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The GBA James Pond 2 does have different levels compared to the original Amiga version and there is no pengiuns in the game anymore... now you save elfs.
I bought the GBA version only so i could add it to my James Pond 2 collection
pic of the collection
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Mmmm. I must get 'card' for mine. Can anyone suggest a good place in the uk to acquire such a thing?

Nice collection by the way. I remember that if you sent the post card from the Amiga version back you received a James Pond 'Licensed to Gill' card. Do you have that?
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no.. i have not the 'Licensed to Gill' card.
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The GBA James Pond 2 does have different levels compared to the original Amiga version and there is no pengiuns in the game anymore... now you save elfs.
I bought the GBA version only so i could add it to my James Pond 2 collection
pic of the collection
playing james pond 2
Couldn't help myself to look at your other pics...you really needed to städa upp (clean up) on those "stada" pics, hehe
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i was cleaining up that was why it looked like that
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There is actually a real release of IK+ for GBA that looks and play just as the Amiga version, not the "international karate advanced" that Akira posted earlier in the thread.
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Sure as long as you don't quote them at me.
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Old 06 January 2005, 13:10   #57
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There is actually a real release of IK+ for GBA that looks and play just as the Amiga version, not the "international karate advanced" that Akira posted earlier in the thread.
Really? Maybe I'm confusing the two. I'll have to look that one up. Is it any good?
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Really? Maybe I'm confusing the two. I'll have to look that one up. Is it any good?
Well.. if you like the Amiga version then you like the GBA too
don't know how or if there is any multiplayer function in the GBA ver, i just tried it briefly with emulator.
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IK+ is one of my favourite games period so i'll look it up, thanks.
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The GBA James Pond 2 does have different levels compared to the original Amiga version and there is no pengiuns in the game anymore... now you save elfs.
I bought the GBA version only so i could add it to my James Pond 2 collection
pic of the collection
playing james pond 2

???
I didn`t know that there was a PSX version of JAMES POND. I saw it in your collection. Is this a 3d something like that shit game?
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