Well people from the United States are mostly people from Europe. Remember North America is still very young. There isn't really an American nationality so all the people that make up the US are from other countries and enjoy different sports. In Europe the main sport is soccer or football, whereas in the US people enjoy other sports like Baseball and American Football. It comes down to different cultures, weather and tradition.
The EU is an organisation, not a place, so it does not have a size. The total area of the 28 countries that are members of the EU is less than half the size of the US.
No. Different countries in the EU have different legal systems, so what happens in each country does not necessarily have any signficance in another EU country.
I don't think so...
Sports changed because of the heritage it is today. It is a different year and different date so it changes
You can, kinda. You need one seperate memory card per PSN. The usual reason to do it is for foreign PSN accounts, so someone in the EU region could have a US region account too. To access the EU region you'd need to be using your EU card, to access the US one you'd need the US card, and you can't play an EU game while you're using the US card as that won't contain the UE game's data.
Madeira is an island that belongs to Portugal. Portugal is in the EU, so Madeira is in the EU.
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Majorca is not a country, so it can't be an EU country. Majorca is an island that is part of Spain. Spain is a member of the EU, so therefore Majorca is in the EU.
it got different sports so it also got different events.
there are different types of sports so they know what country to put the Olympics in so athlete's could get a chance to play the things they have to do and without sports we would all be fat and also we need them so that we could not get bored
Kerry is a county in Ireland. Ireland is a member of the EU. So Kerry is in the EU.
Kos is a Greek island, so as Greece is a part of the EU, then so is Kos.