NOA Fails At Releasing Earthbound
Created on: August 3rd, 2005
NOA Fails At Releasing Earthbound
Back of the prototype of the US version of Earthbound(NES)

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August 15th, 2005
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the NES game was not Earthbound, it was called "Mother" - internet peoples just call it "Earthbound Zero" because that was going to be the US name
August 19th, 2005
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Yeah, I am sorry, but according to a guy who worked on the game, it was going to be called Earthbound. http://www.lostlevels.org/200407/200407-earthbound.shtml http://www.lostlevels.org/200407/200407-earthbound2.shtml
November 23rd, 2005
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This is really funny! When my sister and I saw this, we couldn't stop laughing. Good job!
April 6th, 2006
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The prototype was just named "EarthBound", but "EarthBound ZERO" is the name of the unofficial and illegal ROM. It is best to call the prototype, "NES EarthBound".
May 19th, 2006
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Yeah, it's a shame that game wasn't released. Then again, if it was they might not of released the SNES one here. If the first one didn't sell well, that is.
July 25th, 2006
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True... But if you consider the release dates, they were either going to have to release Mother or Mother 2 in the US. They had mo other choice.
November 14th, 2014
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I hear a dinosaur!