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  1. It can feel a little awkward. Pokemon games tend to only feature American English. Imperial units, with US spelling and punctuation throughout.
  2. What happens if you use a Japanese e-reader? I'm aware the original printed cards are Japanese, and they must be scanned by a Japanese e-reader.
  3. Dot codes are region locked. If you're trying to use E-Cards that have been modified for use with an English E-reader, it won't work when scanned by a Japanese E-reader +.
  4. Check this out. It would appear you have to start over, or cheat. http://furlocks-forest.net/wiki/?page=Pokemon_Ruby/Sapphire_New_Battery_Glitch
  5. No. And it isn't just these. I don't see the "Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Chibi Theme" either. Edit: Nintendo's original press release. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180201005510/en/Nintendo-Download-Flip-Crypt
  6. Unless Celebi is a spectacular botch job, I'll be happy. Recall VC Gen 1 Mew was never released in the US.
  7. Alright. I took out the bit about Pikachu. The PAL e-reader desk clerks have no dialogue. I didn't mention whether the e-reader trainers do.
  8. Oh I didn't have Poke Coupons.
  9. Cool but how did you confirm Pikachu exists in German, French, Italian, and Spanish? I thought it was definitely established the transfer doesn't work for PAL versions of Colosseum.
  10. On the fence about finding somebody to hook me up with the cast theme. Spending another $11 for it is lame, yet I've missed out on enough out-of-print DLC already. (RBY themes, DK Original Edition, DBZ Super Butoden 2...)
  11. Thanks for the progress! I have no idea how the Celebi or Pikachu OT languages are determined. Is there any chance the story mode was started in a different language, than that used at the time the transfer was performed? If the save was downloaded online, no telling what's been done to it.
  12. Have some good vibes, man. Would you please stop being stubborn and hear me out? I just said the regular PAL version of the game supports each language.
  13. In other words, a very simple answer solves the most important confusion here: Nintendo printed two editions of the PAL game disc. The "2AC" release supports English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian. The "2A6" release's origins and purpose are less clear. "German" could also refer to the country of Germany, as opposed to a difference in supported text languages. We need more details. Assuming what we know now about the game IDs is right, then distinctly French, Spanish, or Italian copies of the game don't exist.
  14. Notice the different "Game ID". Another interpretation of Ralf's info we haven't investigated, is the game having an alternate "2AC" release (which if dumped would be a separate ISO image). Even though the standard "2A6" PAL version can be played in German. Try the codes on this page for your copy. It's possible we've been mistaken all along about the other languages needing new codes, since the page does not claim or represent in any way that its codes only work with the game running in English mode. https://www.gc-forever.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=38&t=2023 Edit: The below list of Game IDs supports the separate German ISO idea. https://sites.google.com/site/gamecubentscgameidlist/
  15. My hopes are getting more and more dashed, that's for certain. Unfortunately I'm pretty confident I've established for the record that the existing PAL English code cannot be used to receive Agate Celebi or Colos Pikachu. We'll have to wait and see if somebody hacks the game further to find them.
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