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Contradictory sources about iQue I found on Chinese websites:

  • Chuapp claims that Wei Yen left iQue in 2008, while the 52Poké Wiki claims it to be 2009.
  • The profile pages of Super Mario Advance and Wario Land 4 on Sina Games claim the release dates to be June 30, 2004, while Chuapp says that these games were bundled with the iQue Game Boy Advance, which was released on June 8, 2004. (talk)

A gossip-loving Toad (Talk) 09:37, 1 March 2017 (EST)

  • This says that the iQue GBA SP was officially released in October 15, 2004 while this says October 27. iQue's version of the GBA SP has several designs, though. --A gossip-loving Toad (Talk) 09:04, 9 March 2017 (EST)

I have a question. There are some Mario games that are localized by iQue, yet not released by iQue officially, possibly to circumvent slow government approval(and potential government ban). These games include: Paper Mario: Sticker Star Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon New Super Mario Bros. 2 Should we add them to the "Localized Mario games" list or add a separate list for these games? --User:H.N.K./sig 17:23, 10 May 2017 (GMT+8)

Ah, thank you for the information. I am no longer working on this article but I'd suggest changing the header "Official website" to "Notes", and change the links to read "Official website". This would make room for notes like "localized but not officially released". --A gossip-loving Toad (Talk) 01:37, 26 May 2017 (EDT)
P.S. It seems that you know about iQue better than I do. Would it be possible for you to finish this article?

iQue's localization of MLSS[edit]

Although the article says that iQue's localization of Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga is canceled, I found a video of it. Note that this is not the popular fan translation. --Dine2017 (talk) 21:28, May 17, 2020 (EDT)

That's because the unreleased build leaked a while ago. Results May Vary (talk) 22:50, May 17, 2020 (EDT)