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Submitted by Cyrus365 1713d ago | article

N-Europe Feature: Missing in Action

N-Europe writes: "It’s not always easy in living Europe. As well as the tornadoes and bi-annual smallpox epidemics, Europeans tend to suffer also in terms of being on the tail-end of Nintendo’s release plans; at least compared to Japan and North America (our Australian readers have our sympathy). Despite Nintendo’s oceans of cash, you’d be surprised just how many Wii and DS games don’t actually release on our shores. The Brain Training generation may have made Europe a video game market to be reckoned with, but it looks like the days of shafting are far from over. These are all recent, first-party Wii and DS titles that, for one reason or another, just weren’t worth localising." (Archaic Sealed Heat, ASH: Archaic Sealed Heat, Captain Rainbow, Excitebots: Trick Racing, Fatal Frame IV, Mario Super Sluggers, Nintendo DS, Soma Bringer, Wii)

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