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Information
Video Game
Name
Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury
Nickname
North American GameCube edition
Alternate Names
Release Date
2006-12-12
Release Publisher
Platform
Release Developer
Media
Nintendo Optical Media
Region
North America
Video Game Rating
Languages
English
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Description Edit | History

Some levels from Story Mode were taken out of the American version, and a few were given different winning objectives. Some cutscenes in the GC version play no music at all, while (almost) all cutscenes play music in the PS2 version.

There are a few cosmetic changes to the HUD as well. The icons of the mamodo in the Japanese version are removed, the indicators merely showing the character names instead. Also, in the Japanese version in Story Mode, character reactions are visible in both up-right and down-left screens. However in the U.S. version they don't appear, although some of the dialogue remains.

Since both the PlayStation 2 & GameCube have different graphic rendering, there are many differences between the lighting, rendering and textures on both versions.

There are some graphic problems with the exclusive U.S. GameCube version of the game:
In the GameCube version, the stage "Front of Windmill" has a black background instead of a sky background. This might be because the sky texture on that stage was either corupted or missing.
The frame-rate in the GameCube version sometimes drops, usually when you and/or the camera is too close to the spell's graphics. It also happens on 2P mode in the stage "Roof of Abandoned Building". It happens if you just stand at your starting position, and the camera is pointing not only at the back of you, but inside the outside scenery as well.

Source: Wikipedia, "Zatch Bell! Mamodo Fury", available under the CC-BY-SA License.

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