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Yeah, I think it's a Ver.2. It's kind of hard to see whether or not it's got the transparent grips, but I'm fairly certain white/solid black grips was never a color scheme they used for the Ver. 1 anyway.
 

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Doesn't look transparent to me. It just looks like a plain white/black D3.
 

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It is transparent. And it has 2 arrows on the round button.
 

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The languages on the instructions (as well as the item's location) suggest it was distributed by Bandai Europe. From the size of the screen, I would have guessed it was the American one (from Bandai of Asia), but those (at least the one I had) only had one arrow on the round button. Did Bandai Europe make their own version of the D-3, like they did with the D-Power?
 

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The European and the US D-3's are the same. The version 2 has two arrows. I'm pretty sure it was released in the US also.
 

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I went ahead and stickied the topic. ;)

As for the D-3, I don't have a US Ver. 2 so I can't confirm that. But there were never any transparent Ver. 1's...
 

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I second what Airdra said. Plus, the phrase "D-3 Digivice" is printed on the instruction cover about 5-6 times, when the original only has it once... >_>;;
 

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Toraneko said:
I second what Airdra said. Plus, the phrase "D-3 Digivice" is printed on the instruction cover about 5-6 times, when the original only has it once... >_>;;
If you look really close, you'll notice it says "D-3 Digivice Instructions" in 5 different European languages.
 
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It's real. I have one that looks just like it. You can chose Wormmon starting out and he gets the Digimental of Kindness.
Oh so you don't need the D-terminal to get all of the Digimentals.I already bought one.But oh well it's still good for a collection.
 

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The Japanese D-Terminal is used to get the other Digimentals on the Japanese D-3. The item discussed so far in this topic is a US/European D-3, which is quite different.
 

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I believe there was something about anime_x back on DH, so before I save up and buy an ultimate D-Ark from him..

Has anybody ever ordered one from him?
 

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From what I remember from Net Ocean, you have a very high chance of getting a bootleg, shipping is slow, and communication isn't very good. XP
 

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Haha okay, thanks. I thought so! Wataru, get another one in!!!! : (
 

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Thats actually where I bought two of the three that I have. They were all good products, just takes a while to get to ya, and sometimes has terrible packaging.
 

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Anime X has sold some good items, but he's also sold some fakes, and is unwilling to make things right when the buyers complain. (I personally got a fake Ultimate D-Ark from him.) Wataru's stuff is cheaper anyway.
 
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