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Just bought a freeloader...

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As the thread title suggests, yes i have just bought a freeloader.

and no shit, with all the new games that im getting, it feels as if i have bought a new console.

 

you may only be able to appreciate this as a PAL gamer. but the second that i got this thing in my hands, so many more good games became available to me, that i swear i would never see in Australia.

already i own Skies of Arcadia and Megaman X collection, and im sure that once i feel confident in my bank account again, ill be purchasing more.

 

advise to PAL gamers who are tired of their cube, get a freeloader.

that is all.

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Yeah I got a freeloader ages ago for Animal Crossing. The only other non-PAL game I bought though was Pokémon Colosseum.

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I recommend getting Cubivore, Custom Robo and Megaman Anniversary Collection. If you like fighting games then pick up Naruto aswell.

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I have one but the only games I found worthwhile getting for it were Winning Eleven 6 and Animal Crossing.

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I got one very shortly after release and have enjoyed a wealth of imports. Nice one, Datel. You repeat the Freeloader with the Wii and I'll take your finest female employee out to dinner.

 

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Y'know... if she was cool with it and stuff.

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Y'know... if she was cool with it and stuff.

 

With you Guy? Doubtful! Ooooh shot down!

 

Just kiddin' mate, love ya really

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I hate the freeloader.

 

It's great, and it works properly and all.

 

But damn I'm lazy and getting up to switch the disks over is a total pain.

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Freeloaders are a waste of money

 

Get an Action Replay instead.

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I got a Freeloader for Animal crossing aswell but I also brought a game called Ultimate Muscle: Legends vs. New Generation. Its a wrestling game based on the cartoon but its made by AKI who made the excellent WWF No mercy for the N64.

 

It plays like a very fast verson of that game only with a story mode (complete with full voice over cast) secret characters and a gallaery mode.

 

Best of all is the multiplayer though.

 

(you can see some screenshots and videos at gamespot: http://uk.gamespot.com/gamecube/sports/ultimatemusclelegendsvng/screenindex.html)

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I hate the freeloader.

 

It's great, and it works properly and all.

 

But damn I'm lazy and getting up to switch the disks over is a total pain.

 

agreed, my main beef was being for AC. since you could only have fun for about 10 minutes a day. The thought of having to swap discs to play a 10 minutes game was so off-putting.

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Word of caution.

 

New owners be aware Freeloader does not work on I think the Platinum and White GC's! Nintendo changed something in bios rendering Freeloader useless. I emailed Datel who said they were aware of problem but wouldn't envisage an update to fix this. That's why I still retain my original GC having bought Smash Football bundle.

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NARUTO: GNT4 .....END OF!!!! :heh:

 

The only import games I've got so far are GNT3 & 4 (and Animal Crossing, but I don't need Freeloader as it's an Austalian one). I'm thinking of getting the two Megaman Collections, Cubivore, and Sonic Gems (JP) though.

 

The Freeloader disc stays in the N:GNT4 case to stop some of the hassle :heh:

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NARUTO: GNT4 .....END OF!!!! :heh:

 

Yap, no doubt, get NGNT4, it's fun, it's fast and it's a great fighting game. Not as good as the PS2 Naruto though.:sad:

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