Thanks cmagus and mercury- now to order it of playasia. I'm not a big fan of music/rhythm games normally, but ever since I played ouenden, I love them simply because of the awesome Japanese music. Going by what people have said, this seems to have a similarly great soundtrack so it should get a lot of playtime.
You (may) need WiiScrubber.
You need an IPS patcher. (I suggest Lunar IPS) or an xDelta Patcher ( I suggest Delta Patcher by Phoenix)
You need an ISO of the game (DUMP YOUR OWN FROM YOUR LEGALLY BOUGHT COPY), I used a scrubbed one but I don't think it'll matter since you have to go into it and get the file you're patching. I'm pretty sure you need a scrubbed one for the xDelta patch.
You still need to run the game under the Japanese Language setting from your loader.
Readme explains the process. Short version, you're extracting some SZSs from your ISO, patching them, and replacing them. Or just patching the scrubbed ISO if you're using the xDelta patch.
That sounds a bit difficult. Oh well, not like I need it anyway, it's a rhythm game lol. However, I doubt I'm going to import it. I'm sure NoA will give us a date. They have slowly been trickling out dates lately.
soundtrack is so good someone ripped the disc tracks but no sound effects but its kind of cool to hear the underlying tracks you can hear where they put all the button ques in. Can't wait for the official release of the soundtrack going to grab that as quick as I can.
There are people who would prefer the Japanese version with the original songs and VA but can't read the text. It's still kinda silly to me, but I guess there are people who want a mix of things instead of one way or the other.
That's cool they translated it.I am wondering I don't have two wiimotes to do multiplayer but does getting medals on that unlock more of the original GBA games?
I still need 7 more perfects to complete them all but the badminton one is going to be a nightmare to get perfect on.The game is so hard normally I am ok on it but when the cat goes all the way down the screen I always mess up.
Anyways here is another track I can't get this out of my head probably one of my favorite game tracks
I actually I think there's just as many games in each column as before. The difference between this and Rhythm Heaven DS is that RTDS has 5 unique "worlds" + 5 worlds with harder versions of each game. RTW on the other hand has 7 unique worlds + 3 harder worlds. This was kinda disappointing to me, since I expected every game to have harder versions. I thought there would be 14 worlds, not just 10.
This is my main gripe with the game: between that and the little amount of extra games (especially the anemic 2-player content), it feels like the developers phoned it in at times. Some of the 2-player games aren't even that clever because they're absolutely identical to their 1-player equivalents. Maybe I'm just oldschool, but when I go from handheld to home, I expect more content (say, 100 main games instead of 50) and care. I don't like it when it feels like Nintendo's teasing or going experimental. If you're not gonna go all the way with one mode, don't bother creating it in the first place.