A History of Korean Gaming Oct 20, 2010 8:40:29 GMT -5
Post by derboo on Oct 20, 2010 8:40:29 GMT -5
Interesting... I didn't notice the lack of music because when comparing the two versions I had the Korean CD in drive 1 while starting the English one from drive 2, and it would automatically use the correct audio tracks. That makes the English version even worse. The music was pretty cool too, by Choi Jongyeop, who worked on most Mirinae games.
There's no such function for the F3 key in the Korean game, either. It seems Mirinae just gave JC research some debug test windows version for the game. Pretty embarassing.
Definitely need to update the text for that game now.
I only have a "Pocket Price" label german distribution of the English version, are the "bonus game" and demo missing from your disc, as well?
The game itself is rather cryptic and open (the lava dungeon is there in the Korean version, you just can't cheat your way through it here), but I didn't complete either version. I played the Korean game so far that I legitimately had 5 party members.
If you have the time and will to further compare both versions, drop me a PM.