Wario Land: Shake It Vs. Wario Land: Shake Dimension

Wario Land: Shake It Vs. Wario Land: Shake Dimension

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Article by: Gabrielwoj

Wario Land Shake It is the 5th installment of a Wario Land game, released in the console called Nintendo Wii in the year of 2008. Many miscellaneous stuff in the European version is different from the Latin America version, and also sometimes is different from Japanese version. Let’s check below!

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Europe/Latin America Vs. Japan versions

Here we can see a very simple difference between the Japanese version and on the other areas of the World. You can see in the Japanese version, the button if marked by “ON/OFF”, as in the other versions is it blank.


Here the button is “ON”

In the Japanese version, the Earthshake bar is “! Shake !”instead “W” logo from the European and Latin America versions.

In the Japanese version, the caged box keep yelling “Help!” instead of the Latin America and European version, that only shows an angry expression

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Europe Vs. Latin America versions

In European version, in the Menu Screen, it shows “Area Select”. As in Latin America version, it shows “Map Select”

The loading screen in European version is sightly different from Latin America.

The “Save in Progress” text is sightly different from Latin America.

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Treasures Differences (Europe Vs. Latin America)

Many treasures of the Europe version have been changed on the Latin America version. Sometimes, it just changes his grammatic, but sometimes it changes a lot. Also, many times the name of the treasure changes too. Let’s see below!

Legend: Name of Treasure (Description of the Treasure)

Treasure Number 2:
Europe:
Six-Week-Old Curry (Any pirate chef will tell you that curry needs to be aged properly before eating)
Latin America:
Six-Week-Old Curry (The pirate gallery cook recommends curry be aged properly before eating)

Treasure Number 3:
Europe:
Fickle Compass (Points north, except when it doesn’t. But what else could it be poiting to?)
Latin America:
Fickle Compass (This compass points north. Or whatever other direction takes its fancy)

Treasure Number 5:
Europe:
Terracotta Suit (Provides full-body protection, but makes it somewhat difficult to blend into a crowd.)
Latin America:
Full-Body Goggles (Ordinary goggles only protect the eyes. Ordinary goggles are for chumps.)

Treasure Number 6:
Europe:
Crystal Skull (From a crystal man? If you could find the rest of him you’d be rich!)
Latin America:
Crystal Skull (…From a crystal…man?)

Treasure Number 9:
Europe:
Gold Dust Hourglass (How extravagant! You could lose yourself for hours watching its glittering sands fall…)
Latin America:
Ancient Digital Watch (Hard to reat and too bulky to wear on your wrist, but at least its battery never runs out.)

Treasure Number 10:
Europe:
Spring Water (Purified water from Foulwater Falls. Refreshing!)
Latin America:
Recyclable Bottle (This bottle can be returned to the store to get your deposit back!)

Treasure Number 11:
Europe:
Silver Armour (Armour forged of pure silver. Stylish? Absolutely. Pratical? Not in the slightest.)
Latin America:
Silver Armor (Armor forged of pure silver. Stylish? You bet. Pratical? Not in the slightest.)

Treasure Number 13:
Europe:
Very Heavy Spear (This would hurt a lot, but someone would have to be strong enough to lift it first.)
Latin America:
One Heavy Spear (This would probably hurt a lot if you got hit with it. But you’ll have to lift it first.)

Treasure Number 14:
Europe:
Moonstone (This rock probably came from the moon. I mean, just look at it!)
Latin America:
Moonstone (This rock probably came from the moon. I mean…just look at it!)

Treasure Number 15:
Europe:
Manly Moai (It’s hard to compete with the manliness of a man made completely of stone.)
Latin America:
Manly Moai (It’s hard to compete with the manliness of a guy made completely of stone.)

Treasure Number 17:
Europe:
Golden Tissues (You simple havent experienced luxury until you blow your nose on a sheet of 24-carat gold.)
Latin America:
Golden Tissues (You don’t know what luxury is until you blow your nose on a pice of 24K gold.)

Treasure Number 18:
Europe:
Bottomless Teapot (This amazing teapot never runs out of water. You’ll have to supply your own tea, though.)
Latin America:
Oasis in a Teapot (This amazing teapot never runs out of water. You’ll have to supply your own tea, though.)

Treasure Number 19:
Europe:
Imperial Boxers (The emperor1s new underclothes. Check out the regal crown motif. And polka dots!)
Latin America:
Imperial Boxers (Originally belonged to a gullible and naked emperor. Check out those regal polka dots!)

Treasure Number 20:
Europe:
Wario’s Duster (Wario’s embroidered suter. Who put this in a treasure chest?)
Latin America:
Wario’s Dustcloth (Wario’s embroidered dustcloth. Who put this in a treasure chest?)

Treasure Number 21:
Europe:
The Most Important Thing (There’s a subtle lesson to be learned here.)
Latin America:
Something Important (Somebody said that this is really important or something. What’s the big deal?)

Treasure Nuumber 22:
Europe:
Baobaba Wood Dummy (Dummy fashioned from the wood of a rare tree. Keeps 9 out of 10 babies quiet.)
Latin America:
Baobab Wood Pacifier (Pacifier fashioned from the wood of a rare tree. Preferred by 9 out 10 babies.)

Treasure Number 23:
Europe:
Empty Piggy Bank (Worthless now, but fill it with coins and hey presto! Instant treasure!)
Latin America:
Empty Piggy Bank (Worthless now, but fill it with coins and BAM! Instant treasure!)

Treasure Number 24: [Fun Fact: This treasure icon is the same of the unused enemy]
Europe:
Stuffed Wildebeest (How does it manage to look both cute and threatening?)
Latin America:
Stuffed Wildebeest (How does it manage to look both cute AND threatening?)

Treasure Number 25:
Europe:
Peach Sandals (Sandals previously worn by a princess. They smell peachy!)
Latin America:
Peach Sandals (Sandals previously worn by a princess. They smell good. Suspiciously good.)

Treasure Number 26:
Europe:
Sea Turtle Shell (The shell of a turtle that lived for 10,000 years. Nice, but what are you supposed to do with it?)
Latin America:
Turtleskin Hat (This attractive and durable hat offers complete protection from falling acorns.)

Treasure Number 27:
Europe:
Mermaid Scale (A single scale from a mythical mermais. One more and you can make some nice earrings!)
Latin America:
Mermaid Scale (A single scale from a mythical mermaid. One more and you can make some earrings!)

Treasure Number 28:
Europe:
Lucky Flint (If you have these sparked over your shoulder as you leave the house, good fortune will be yours!)
Latin America:
Bangin’-Together Rocks (Rocks that you can bang together for noisy fun. You might even make a spark!)

Treasure Number 29:
Europe:
Combustible Top (Spins so fast that it sets itself on fire! Sadly, you can only play with it once.)
Latin America:
Combustible Top (Spins so fast that it sets itself on fire! Sadly, you can only play with it the one time.)

Treasure Number 30:
Europe:
Hypno-Spex (Hypnotise your friends! Hypnotise your enemies! Just hypnotise everybody, basically.)
Latin America:
Hypno-Specs (Hypnotize your friends! Hypnotize your enemies! Basically, just hypnotize everybody!)

Treasure Number 31:
Europe:
Diamond Balaclava (You know what the problem with balaclavas is? Too many eye holes, not enough diamonds.)
Latin America:
Diamond Ski Mask (You know what the problem with ski masks is? Too many eye holes, not enough diamonds.)

Treasure Number 32:
Europe:
Golden Shuttlecock (Play badminton the way the wealthiest emperors play it. You’re worth it.)
Latin America:
Solid-Gold Shuttlecock (Play badminton the way the wealthiest emperors play it. You’re worth it.)

Treasure Number 35:
Europe:
Saphfire (A rare gem enrobed in blue flame. Looks nice, but uncomfortable to wear as jewellery.)
Latin America:
Saphfire (A rare gem enrobed in blue flame. Pretty, but uncomfortable to wear as jewelry.)

Treasure Number 36:
Europe:
Lion-Mane Wig (Haven’t you always wanted to look more like a lion? Go on, admit it!)
Latin America:
Lion-Mane Wig (Like everyone, you’ve always wanted to look more like a lion. Admit it. Go on.)

Treasure Number 37:
Europe:
Moon Light (Now you can enjoy romantic moonlight any time, anywhere!)
Latin America:
Moon Light (Illuminate your desk with light from a real chunk of moon! May smell of cheese, though.)

Treasure Number 38:
Europe:
Prehistoric Bongo (The first bongo drums were made of rock. They sound awful, but they’re built to last!)
Latin America:
B.C. Bongo (The first bongo drums were made of rock. Lousy sound, but they sure were durable.)

Treasure Number 40:
Europe:
Hotter Sauce (Hotter than normal hot sauce. No, hotter than that. Hotter. Keep going… No, that’s too hot.)
Latin America:
Hotter Sauce (Hotther than any normal hot sauce. No, hotter than that. Hotter. Keep going…)

Treasure Number 41:
Europe:
Diamond Light Bulb (A light bulb carved from a huge diamond. You’ll be sad when it burns out, though.)
Latin America:
Diamond Lightbulb (A lightbulb carved from a huge diamond. You’ll be sade when it burns out, though.)

Treasure Number 42:
Europe:
Fossilised Drumstick (You know what was tasty? Dinosaur meat. It’s really hard to find fresh these days.)
Latin America:
Fossilized Drumstick (You know what was tasty? Dinosaur meat. It’s really hard to find fresh these days.)

Treasure Number 44:
Europe:
Gold-Handled Bucket (How can you improve on the utilitarian design of a bucket? With a giant hunk of gold!)
Latin America:
Gold-Handled Bucket (How can you improve on the utilitarian design of a bucket? WIth a big ol’ hunk of gold!)

Treasure Number 46:
Europe:
Old Gold Coins (Often collected by aristocrats who look down on new money.)
Latin America:
Gold Press-on Nails (Solid-gold fake nails with an adorable kitty design. Rich people loooove kitties!)

Treasure Number 49:
Europe:
Energy Drink (Looks like cough medicine. Tastes a lot like cough medicine, too. Wait a minute…)
Latin America:
Energy Drink (Looks like cough syrup. Taastes kind of like cough syrup, too. Wait a minute…)

Treasure Number 50:
Europe:
Pink Diamond (So shiny! So pink! Is there anything lovelier that you could pull from deep underground?)
Latin America:
Pink Diamond (So shiny! So pink! Is there anything lovelier that you could pull from deep under the ground?)

Treasure Number 52:
Europe:
Crystal Mirrorball (Finally, a way to simultanesously tell fortunes and host disco parties!)
Latin America:
Mirror Crystal Ball (Finally, a way to simultaneously tell fortunes and host disco parties!)

Treasure Number 53:
Europe:
Mr Orange and Mr Berry (Unique fruits trained in espionage and counter-intelligence.)
Latin America:
Spyfruit (Extremely rare fruit trained in espionage and counterintelligence.)

Treasure Number 54:
Europe:
Train Timetable (A schedule for the Derailed Express. It’s scheduled to derail at 09:29. Weird.)
Latin America:
Train Timetable (A schedule for the Derailed Express. Huh. It’s scheduled to derail at 4:15. Weird.)

Treasure Number 55:
Europe:
Golden Baseball Bat (The few players that actually use these do surprisingly well. Maybe it distracts pitchers?)
Latin America:
24K Baseball Bat (The few players that actually use these do surprisingly well. Maybe it distracts pitchers?)

Treasure Number 56:
Europe:
Piranha Dentures (Sturdily-made dentures that can bit through the hardest of gobstoppers.)
Latin America:
Piranha Dentures (Sturdily made dentures that can bit through the hardest peanut brittles.)

Treasure Number 58:
Europe:
Eye of the Storm (Tired of the rain? With this in your hand, you’ll always have blue skies!)
Latin America:
Eye of the Storm (Tired of the rain? JUst poke this treasure right in the eye, and it’s nothing but blue skies.)

Treasure Number 60:
Europe:
Ammoniteless Shell (There used to be a cool creature living in this thing, but it’s gone now. Shame.)
Latin America:
Ammoniteless Shell (There used to be a cool creature living in this thing, but it’s gone now. Lame.)

Treasure Number 63:
Europe:
Rainbow Toucan (Some birds fly so high that they become rainbows. This bird is just weaing make-up)
Latin America:
Rainbow Toucan (Some birds fly so high that they become rainbows. This bird is just wearing makeup.)

Treasure Number 64:
As here, there is only a line difference.

Treasure Number 65:
Europe:
Bottle of Toad Oil (Freshly-pressed toad oil. Also available in a new bullfrog flavour. Yum!)
Latin America:
Bottle of Toad Oil (Freshly pressed toad oil. Also available in a new bullfrog flavor. Yum!)

Treasure Number 68:
Europe:
Strange Vase (This thing just looks weird.)
Latin America:
Pot Full o’ Mystery (Come on, just look at the thing! This is one mysterious pot!)

Treasure Number 69:
Europe:
Scarab Pendant (A jewelled dung beetle pendant. SMells surprisingly nice.)
Latin America:
Dung Beetle Pendant (Jeweled pendant of a dung beetle. Why? Seriously, why?)

Treasure Number 70:
Europe:
Golden Flyer (An ancient flyer made of 24-carat gold. Advertising used to be classier.)
Latin America:
Solid-Gold Flyer (An ancient flyer made of the finest gold. Advertising used to be classier.)

Treasure Number 71:
Europe:
Venus Guytrap Seed (Grow your own Venus Guytrap! You know, in case you need to trap some guys.)
Latin America:
Venus Guytrap Seed (Grow your own Venus Guytrap! YOu know… in case you need to trap some guys.)

Treasure Number 72:
As in here, we can see a line difference and the “100%/100 Percent” change too.

Treasure Number 73:
Europe:
Emerald Melon (A cruel hoax against melon enthusiasts. Trying to eat it may break your heart. And teeth.)
Latin America:
Emerald Melon (A cruel hoax against melon enthusiasts. Don’t try to eat it; it will only lead to heartbreak.)

Treasure Number 74:
Europe:
Air Guitar (Rock out anywhere and any time with this nonexistent axe. WHOOOOO!)
Latin America:
Air Guitar (Rock out anywhere and anytime with this nonexistent axe. WHOOOOO!)

Treasure Number 75:
Europe:
Rocket Rug (Seats four and has the smoothest ride in town. Fuel economy, on the other hand…)
Latin America:
Flying Floor Pillow (Seats four and has the smoothest ride in town. Ful economy, on the other hand…)

Treasure Number 76:
Europe:
Mahjong Tile (Find 143 more and you’ve got a complete set!)
Latin America:
Last Mahjong Tile (No, like the LAST one. Where did all the others go?)

Treasure Number 78:
Europe:
Dragon’s Whisker (Plucked from a dragon’s moustache. Whoever did that deserves a round of applause!_
Latin America:
Dragon Whisker (Part of a dragon’s mustache! How cool is that?)

Treasure Number 79:
Europe:
Pirate’s Eyepatch (Looks the part, but this pirate seems to have been missing the point somewhat.)
Latin America:
Pirate’s Eye Patch (Is it possible to patch too many of your eyes?…Nah.)

Treasure Number 80:
Europe:
Message in a Bottle (“Help! I’m trapped in a bottle factory! The factory is slowly filling up with water!”)
Latin America:
Message in a Bottle (“Send help! I’m trapped in a bottle factory! Right next door to the fortune-cookie place!”)

Treasure Number 81:
Europe:
Hot Dog (This little fwllow manages to be adorable and mouth-watering at the same time).
Latin America:
Hot Dog (This little fellow manages to be adorable and mouthwatering at the same time.)

Treasure Number 82:
Europe:
Crown of Ice (A regal crown made of arctic ice. Be careful, wearing it induces brainfreeze.)
Latin America:
Crown of Ice (A regal crown made of arctic ice. Be careful; wearing it induces ice-cream headaches.)

Treasure Number 83:
Europe:
Undead Mirror (Shows you as a vampire. Let’s see… Hey, there’s nothing there! Is this thing broken?)
Latin America:
Vampire’s Mirror (Shows you yourself as a vampire. Vampires don’t have reflection, so it’s always blank.)

Treasure Number 85:
Europe:
Pandora’s Box (Under no circumstances should you open this. But there’s probably some nice stuff in there…)
Latin America:
Pandora’s Box (Under no circumstances should you open this. But I’ll bet there’s a neat stuffin there…)

Treasure Number 86:
Europe:
Collapsible Telescope (Pirates never need binoculars. Think about it.
Latin America:
Collapsible Telescope (Pirates never need binoculars.)

Treasure Number 87:
Europe:
Cup of Green Tea (Oh! A tea stalk is standing up straight! They say that brings you luck for the rest of the day!)
Latin America:
Nice Cup of Green Tea (For a quick pick-me-up, there’s no better treasure. It also makes you look classy.)

Treasure Number 88:
Europe:
Tiger-Eye (A rare jewel shaped like an eerie eyeball. All-seeing and altogether disturbing.)
Latin America:
Tiger-Eye (A rare jewel shaped like an eerie eyeball. All-seeing and all-creppy.)

Treasure Number 89:
Europe:
Santa’s Sleigh (Not only the fastest sleigh around, but the fastest vehicle of any king, ever. Ever!)
Latin America:
Santa’s Sled (Not only the fastest sled around, the fastest vehicle of any kind, ever. Ever.)

Treasure Number 90:
Europe:
Frozen Mammoth (This mammoth looks cold. He could do with a wool jumper… Oh. Right.)
Latin America:
Frozen Mammoth (This mammoth looks cold. Maybe I’ll knit him a sweater.)

Treasure Number 91:
Europe:
Ever-Ice (Ice that stays frozen forever! Try a bit in your favourite chilled beverage.)
Latin America:
Ever-Ice (Ice that stays frozen forever! Try a bit in your favorite frosty beverage.)

Treasure Number 93:
Europe:
Magic Lamp (This lamp issues a thick smoke when rubbed. That’s all. What were you expecting?)
Latin America:
Magic Lamp (This lamp issues a thick smoke when rubbed. That’s all it does. What were you expecting?)

Treasure Number 94:
Europe:
Therapeutic Music Box (No one could remain stressed with this playing in the background. Except maybe for dogs.)
Latin America:
Therapeutic Music Box (No one could remain stressed with this thing playing in the background. No one, I tell you!)

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Boss Emblem Differences (Europe Vs. Latin America)

Boss Emblems:

Boss Emblem 1:
Europe:
Rollanratl Emblem (Symbol of the power of an ancient civilisation)
Latin America:
Rollanratl Emblem (Symbol of the ancient civillization)

Boss Emblem 4:
Europe:
Scumflower Emblem (Symbol of the evil potted dictator.)
Latin America:
Bloomsday Emblem (Symbol of the evil potted dictator.)

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Level Names Differences (Europe Vs. Latin America)

Many stages in the Latin America version is pretty different from the Europe version. Most of times, it is just a grammatical difference, but sometimes, it was just changed. Before entering the stages, some miscellaneous stuff in the world map has been changed during the versions:

In here, we can see that in the Latin America version, it was added two “~” into the Area map what the player selected.

And here, there is a different text in the difficult level of that stage.

Now entering the stages:

The Pirate Shop has a small difference in his description. In Europe, it’s described as “sells”, in Latin America, it’s described as “has”.

Grammatical difference. Itsall Mine -> Its-all Mine

The 4th boss in the game have regional differences. In the European version, it’s called “Scumflower”, and in the Latin America version, it’s called “Bloomsday”. Even the boss emblem, the name was changed.

A little difference in the name of the level.

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We’re almost finishing here. But one more thing, Logos/Game titles of the regional versions. In Latin America, it’s called “Wario Land Shake It”, as in the rest of the world, it’s called “Wario Land Shake Dimension” (Japanese version too, but with Japanese letters) Take a look!

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