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Submitted by TetsujinFranky 81d ago | rumor

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Delayed In Europe, Launching In Jan 2015

According to Nintendo's website, Captain Toad Treasure Tracker will be released on January 2015 in Europe. (Captain Toad Treasure Tracker, Wii U)

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MSBAUSTX  +   81d ago
That sucks for people who were looking forward to this around the holidays in Europe. I am looking forward to this game as well but fortunately it looks like I will be getting it this year.
wonderfulmonkeyman  +   81d ago
Aww, that blows...
I wonder if it's just because of the region, or if there was some issues that needed sorting with that particular version?
MNGamer-N  +   81d ago
It's because the Ukraine separatists are going to shoot down the plane full of copies, so they have to sail them in a ship around the world the opposite direction.

FACT. :)
jcnba28  +   81d ago
That sucks but I'm honestly glad it's delayed. There are way too many games to play this fall and winter.

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