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September 11, 2008 at 3:40 am #13446
Could anyone who owns the game please try this:
Set the language of your PS3 to GERMAN and then start the game. Please tell me if, after you've done that, the game starts in German.
Since the questions are very hard sometimes and you need to react fast I only want to play this one in German and Axelmusic sells the US Version for 45 bucks (including buzzers!) I'd be more than happy if it turns out that I buy it. Around here, the game is about 80 bucks…September 27, 2008 at 1:11 am #17311
Anybody wanna check this for me?September 27, 2008 at 1:17 am #17312
shit sorry mate i meant to do this and see, will get back to you before the end of the weekend!September 27, 2008 at 7:14 pm #17330
Do you have the UK (Scot) or the US release?September 27, 2008 at 7:53 pm #17331
UK release, but i can't imagine the language change working differently. so i guess if it works on a UK version it'd work on a US version.
and yeah, aint tried it yet sorry! 😛 but as i say, definately before the end of the weekend.September 27, 2008 at 10:38 pm #17332
No need to rush 😀
If the UK release has German audio aboard I think we can conclude that like “Uncharted”, “Buzz” also is a multilingual release so that the US version should also feature the German version…
I got a catalogue of one of our biggest media distrubutors in Austia, the Media Markt. They offer the game for 69,99 – what a bargain, compared to the 55 bucks US at Axelmusic 😀September 28, 2008 at 11:30 pm #17341shadeblackMember
standard gaming knowledge suggests there is not really ever a 'UK' release. but an 'EU' release. it's the reason why games often take a long time to get from japan to america to EU. there are many more languages involved in the European releases.
But since the ps3, and it's games are region-free, i'm not sure how the language option are introduced. Usually within the game itself. for instance, Mainichi Issho has japanese text only, and doesn't matter what your ps3 is set to.September 29, 2008 at 12:36 am #17344
it works, im so fucking confused cos i don't speak a word of german but it works fine, i just changed the system language in system settings to german and bang it works. now i hope i can turn it back into english without much hassle…September 29, 2008 at 1:01 am #17347
I you can't I can give you the words you need. So you say the game actually started in German?
Today, I have experianced a little “multilingual miracle” of my own. I got the US Collector's Edition of “Strangelhold” for 15 bucks at Axelmusic, started it today … and it's entirely in german. Texts and Voices … but this game I think I would have prefered in English or Mandarin chinese, just for the athmosphere. But the thing that a game that has never been released in Europe (yes, the game itself has also been released in German but the CE hasen't) felt very strange to me… 😀September 29, 2008 at 2:58 am #17353
yeah the text and voiceover was all in german, worked perfectly.September 29, 2008 at 10:24 pm #17365
THX a lot, so the UK release would be within range. 😀 It's a pity that it's as expensive as our own version when I order from Amazon.com.
Someone else told me that the US does not even feature Spanish audio and texts – which makes German highly unlikely. Could you possibly check for Spanish on your version as well? If it's there we'd know for sure that the US and UK are not the same disc which makes German audio on the US almost impossible…
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