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:::Update: I have found a proof, a single proof on a japanese website, that Auntie Poulet wears purple in at least one kind of release of GTA Vice City. This is a small picture and it is poor for a proof, but I believe it's one. Not to mention that, after looking around the website, it clearly talks about the PS2 version. http://gta.rdy.jp/gtavc/smissions4.html
 
:::Update: I have found a proof, a single proof on a japanese website, that Auntie Poulet wears purple in at least one kind of release of GTA Vice City. This is a small picture and it is poor for a proof, but I believe it's one. Not to mention that, after looking around the website, it clearly talks about the PS2 version. http://gta.rdy.jp/gtavc/smissions4.html
 
:::: I'd just like to point out that my version of Vice City has her dressed in purple, this isn't the original Vice City, but a later version on PS2 (Platinum in Australia, not sure what it is in America). Maybe it's different for different countries? --[[User:Stankers|Stankers]] 20:55, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
 
:::: I'd just like to point out that my version of Vice City has her dressed in purple, this isn't the original Vice City, but a later version on PS2 (Platinum in Australia, not sure what it is in America). Maybe it's different for different countries? --[[User:Stankers|Stankers]] 20:55, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
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:::: That's possible. Since I am french, maybe the EU release of VC had Auntie's dress retouched. :/ [[User:DarkHedge|DarkHedge]] 22:16, January 3, 2010 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 22:16, 3 January 2010

Yellow?

Looking at this page is the first time I've ever seen Madam Poulet in yellow. The first time I played Vice City was on a copy bought at launch for the PS2, and she wore purple in it, and now I have a Trilogy copy for the PS2, and she wears purple in it as well. Does anyone know what versions she wears purple in, if it's regional or what?

Actually it's the other way around. Original PS2 version had Purple-dress Poulet, while newer releases and PC versions have the Yellow one. Or so it seems cause I am in the same case. I'll edit the page and rectify the info. DarkHedge 16:14, December 29, 2009 (UTC)
It's probably your TV. I have seen yellow turn into purple on badly set TVs before. If you checked Rockstar's or Gouranga's site, Auntie Poulet's clothing stayed yellow even in the beta. Try getting a picture from the game if it's not your TV's fault.--Spaceeinstein 09:43, January 1, 2010 (UTC)
I would if I hadn't already finished GTA VC! But my TV is perfectly fine and I have the original PS2 game: I confirm that the dress she weared in my game is purple. Something's odd? DarkHedge 20:08, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
Update: I have found a proof, a single proof on a japanese website, that Auntie Poulet wears purple in at least one kind of release of GTA Vice City. This is a small picture and it is poor for a proof, but I believe it's one. Not to mention that, after looking around the website, it clearly talks about the PS2 version. http://gta.rdy.jp/gtavc/smissions4.html
I'd just like to point out that my version of Vice City has her dressed in purple, this isn't the original Vice City, but a later version on PS2 (Platinum in Australia, not sure what it is in America). Maybe it's different for different countries? --Stankers 20:55, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
That's possible. Since I am french, maybe the EU release of VC had Auntie's dress retouched. :/ DarkHedge 22:16, January 3, 2010 (UTC)