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Full List of N64 Variations (so far: 167!!).; of what we know of..
Topic Started: May 18 2014, 06:32 AM (19,065 Views)
Nuno
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No64DD
Aug 23 2015, 06:00 PM
WOW!!

What are the odds that #150 would be so full of surprises???
:yeah:
I was gonna come and brag but now even if I get it Danilocha spoiled all the fun for me :P

Oh BTW that VHS tape is not a tape. The game box (of iss64) was lost so he replaced it with a VHS case :)
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Ahah no worries ;)
Let's see how this goes.

By the way, how did you end up on a local add page from here? :yeah:
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No64DD
Sep 5 2015, 04:53 PM
Brazillians also know spanish, so i doubt Nintendo would've made a portuguese specific guide...
Humm, actually.. no. :P Also, it's much more harder to read than to understand speech. With kids being a large part of the target audience it's even less understandable.

And even though Portuguese and Spanish are in many ways similar I have never seen a (videogame related) product being sold with Spanish text here. They just don't get away with that. It's kind of offensive really. But, well, maybe that's OK in Brazil or maybe they just really had to do it that way for some reason.
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lol you're right! The picture on the box does look like "europa" not the "gl", I never noticed that.

I know a bit about football but not enough about balls versions.

My guess is there was a mistake when someone in charge of designing the boxes got the wrong image of the ball.
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