History VideoGame / StarSweep

28th May '16 8:30:44 PM nombretomado
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There were UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, GameBoy and PlayStation versions, but the former two never reached Western shores. The PlayStation version, on the other hand, received two completely separate localisations - one by Midas for Europe, and one by Agetec for the US.

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There were UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, GameBoy UsefulNotes/GameBoy and PlayStation UsefulNotes/PlayStation versions, but the former two never reached Western shores. The PlayStation [=PlayStation=] version, on the other hand, received two completely separate localisations - one by Midas for Europe, and one by Agetec for the US.
5th Feb '16 8:17:51 PM nombretomado
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There were ArcadeGame, GameBoy and PlayStation versions, but the former two never reached Western shores. The PlayStation version, on the other hand, received two completely separate localisations - one by Midas for Europe, and one by Agetec for the US.

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There were ArcadeGame, UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame, GameBoy and PlayStation versions, but the former two never reached Western shores. The PlayStation version, on the other hand, received two completely separate localisations - one by Midas for Europe, and one by Agetec for the US.
27th Sep '15 12:14:48 PM taizou
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* CutAndPasteTranslation: The European version completely ditches the original ending text (despite everything else having been - at least vaguely - translated), replacing it with some tremendously generic dialogue between S(h)itora and Dr. J.



* LostInTranslation: Pretty much inevitable with a cheap localisation, a few details were missed in the English versions. For example, the Japanese and European versions clearly indicate Tia/Sitora/Shitora as Mint's older sister, while the American text doesn't even make mention of it.

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* LostInTranslation: Pretty much inevitable with a cheap localisation, a few details were missed in the English versions.
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For example, the Japanese and European versions clearly indicate Tia/Sitora/Shitora as Mint's older sister, while the American text doesn't even make mention of it.
27th Sep '15 12:01:01 PM taizou
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong ''and'' TheSongRemainsTheSame: The Japanese version features a vocal ending theme, which is retained in the European version, but replaced with the instrumental theme from the arcade soundtrack in the US version.


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* DubNameChange: The protagonist Sitora ([[SpellMyNameWithAnS also romanised as "Shitora" in the European version]]) was renamed to "Tia" in the US version.
27th Sep '15 11:28:35 AM taizou
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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by Axela. In the vein of VideoGame/PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.

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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by Axela. In the vein of VideoGame/PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent.

There were also ArcadeGame and ArcadeGame, GameBoy and PlayStation versions, but those the former two never reached Western shores.
shores. The PlayStation version, on the other hand, received two completely separate localisations - one by Midas for Europe, and one by Agetec for the US.



* BlindIdiotTranslation: The English version of the game is pretty cheaply dubbed, and it... shows. "At least we meet," anyone?

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* BlindIdiotTranslation: The Both English version versions of the game is are pretty cheaply dubbed, localised, and it... shows. "At least we meet," anyone?



* TheHero: Tia.

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* TheHero: Tia.Sitora/Shitora/Tia, depending on which version you're playing.



* LostInTranslation: Pretty much inevitable with a cheap dub, a few details were missed in the English version. For example, the Japanese version clearly indicates Tia as Mint's older sister, while the dub doesn't even make mention of it.

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* LostInTranslation: Pretty much inevitable with a cheap dub, localisation, a few details were missed in the English version. versions. For example, the Japanese version and European versions clearly indicates Tia indicate Tia/Sitora/Shitora as Mint's older sister, while the dub American text doesn't even make mention of it.
29th Jul '13 6:58:32 AM lalalei2001
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* TheHero: Tia.
29th Jul '13 6:56:29 AM SeptimusHeap
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* LongSongShortScene: The game's music is pretty awesome, but the matches usually last far too short for you to hear all of it. The worst example is the world map music, which you only get to hear a few seconds of, despite the sound file directly from the game disc being [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGTN8kP2XQQ two minutes long]].



* WastedSong: The game's music is pretty awesome, but the matches usually last far too short for you to hear all of it. The worst example is the world map music, which you only get to hear a few seconds of, despite the sound file directly from the game disc being [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGTN8kP2XQQ two minutes long]].
8th May '13 6:56:50 PM lalalei2001
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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by ''Axela''. In the vein of VideoGame/PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.

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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by ''Axela''.Axela. In the vein of VideoGame/PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.
1st Dec '12 10:29:12 PM lalalei2001
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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by ''Axela''. In the vein of PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.

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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by ''Axela''. In the vein of PanelDePon, VideoGame/PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.
1st Dec '12 4:05:10 PM lalalei2001
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''Star Sweep'' is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by ''Axela''. In the vein of PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.

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''Star Sweep'' (aka ''Puzzle Star Sweep'') is a PlayStation PuzzleGame published by ''Axela''. In the vein of PanelDePon, you match up the stars on these 3x1 blocks called "star blocks," and lose if your stack reaches the top. You can make combos and chains to produce obstacles to hinder your opponent. There were also ArcadeGame and GameBoy versions, but those never reached Western shores.
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