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    I can tell the amount of goals by the nearby cafe cheering anyway so.

    Also i prefer to play sports instead of watch D:
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    I try to avoid it, hard to do so though.
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    I think i see a rash on your face
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    *pokes frantically*
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    Haha, thank you kindly. It's a very thoughtful wish.
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    Happy birthday, Mrs. Iceburg !!
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    Happy birthday Mrs! :)
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    Dearest Mrs. Iceburg. I shall honor you with kind of remembering your birthday or maybe randomly seeing your name at the bottom of the page and being elated to congratulate you. It's my pleasure really. So yeah, happy happy birthday! :)
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    Yeah... I'd love to do novels, although I'm probably not good enough yet. But I do realize how lucky I am to have the manga. Can't be too many people in the country who have that job, right?

    One great example of localization from that Paper Mario interview I read involved how they approached the character archetypes: for instance, Goombella in the Japanese script was a total ojou-san, so they made her a California valley girl in the English version. Naturally that affected all of her dialogue, speech patterns, etc., which is a pretty big deal in a game with as much dialogue as PM: TTYD.
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    Hahaha nah. Localization is basically a fancy word for "translating," but it also has the connotation of preparing every aspect of the game for the cultural shift from east to west (in the case of, say, Nintendo, whose first party games are made in Japan, of course). I once read this fascinating interview with Nintendo's head localization honchos about their work on Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door, and I was inspired to begin pursuing this.

    The manga isn't bad in the meantime though. They gave me three series right off the bat (!?) and if I had just six or seven total (likely from other publishers), that would be enough to make a living.
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