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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