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Rob Drimmie

In a similar vein, gamasutra is running an article on translation (free registration required) and differences between the North American and Japanese markets.

Rob Drimmie

Hrm, apparently I suck with the html and MT.

Gamasutra: http://www.gamasutra.com

"Lost in Translation: Japanese and American Gaming's Culture Clash" http://www.gamasutra.com/features/20040121/carless_01.shtml

christian louboutin

You're a braver woman than I it was weeks before I could even begin to think about looking at the incisions from my lap. Even now I don't like to touch them. They're...squishy.

Dilek

Very profound post, David. Essence ineded!I enjoyed the tone the commercial took. He's bigger and badder than ever! . They got the essence of the mechanic, but totally missed on the theme. Mario is not resident evil. It's light-hearted and playful, even if he is shooting fireballs. Feels like marketeers that were used to dealing with more adversarial themes and couldn't deal with something different.

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