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Jackass: the Game DS

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Jackass: the Game DS

Developer: Sensory Sweep
Publishers: Red Mile Entertainment, Empire Interactive
Platform: Nintendo DS
Released in US: January 8, 2008
Released in EU: June 1, 2008
Released in AU: September 19, 2008

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RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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In Jackass: the Game DS, you assume the role of your own custom jackass and run around a small 3D open world smashing into things while bossed around by the cast of the show.

Elementary, my dear Cactus.
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Specifically: Debug and Test text files, along with other related files are included in the files.


Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Regional Differences

Presumably to adjust to the different languages, most of the text in the menus was adjusted to varying degrees.

USA Europe/Australia
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The customization options were centered along with a font change.

USA Europe/Australia
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All text on the bottom screen was adjusted and the back button was changed to show an arrow instead.

USA Europe/Australia
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The rainbow was moved all the way over to the right and the text and spacing were adjusted ever so slightly all around.

USA Europe/Australia
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The European/Australian version dropped the ordinal numbering and the prompt at the bottom was changed and a small red button added next to it.

USA Europe/Australia
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Caps Lock was turned off.

Japanese Language

Both versions of the game include a file for Japanese text, most likely as a placeholder, as it only includes the following: