ArmedDragoon wrote: BlinkWinkel wrote:
Cycloid wrote:Well this sucks.
Thanks (for nothing) I guess, NISA.
Yeah, no point in playing this game if it's not dual audio (might as well just play the good old PS2 undub) but NISA isn't responsible for the terrible localization, Atlus is.
Yep, better skip the hours of exclusive content
for those Japanese voices that don't affect anything.
Atlus is forever my hero for tuning out this nonsense.
You just don't understand how traumatised people can get due to repeated bad localisation...
You should try playing Grandaia 1, maybe then you understand why some older gamers automaticly don't buy if it hasn't original audio, the distrust we got for a good reason is just still too big.
Luckily most companies no longer bother making German localisations, In fact it's the mayor crimes of Bioware still to do so, it's nonsense, virtually all german video gamers are perfectly capable of playing and understanding english games and these few who don't would quickly learn.
Considering that german voiceacting in general, but especially for video games (due to leak of respect for video games in the german industry) is at least 2 numbers lower in quality then english ones, I am often happy with english synchro, but I can completely understand native english speakers prefering the Japanese original audio to japanese games.
I got P4 for vita but now that I heard about that voice stuff I too will probably first play my old PS2 version to compare.
The english voiceact of Persona 3 was of mixed quality but I remember that of Fuuka Yamagishi
was particularly bad, which was quite terrible given the fact that you here her talk all the time. can't blame anyone for being distrusting after that.