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Pokémon Puzzle League

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Pokémon Puzzle League

Developer: Nintendo Software Technology
Publisher: Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo 64
Released in US: September 25, 2000
Released in EU: March 16, 2001


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Pokémon Puzzle League, a localization of an unreleased N64 Panel de Pon game, continues the long tradition of replacing the series' original character designs with others from pre-existing franchises. Those poor fairies can't catch a break.

Notable for being one of the few Nintendo 64 titles to use FMVs.

Dev Messages

Two clips of one of the developers proclaiming their love to two other people. They're located at 0x1D38180 in the US ROM.

The first features a non-native speaker of Japanese proclaiming his everlasting love to Emi-chan. (エミちゃん、いつも愛してる。)

The second is a monotone "I love you, Liz."


(Source: Krookodile)