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Writing with localization in mind

I found a rather interesting article at the Writers Cabal Blog about writing dialogue for games with translation in mind. In this article, the author shares a few tips to take...

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Players do care about game localization

A videogame is an interactive product. For the experience to be truly immersive, the player cannot afford to be distracted. Subtitling the dialogue in a game instead of dubbing the VO...

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Wanted: Weapons of Fate

“Wanted: Weapons of Fate”, hits the European shelves this week. The title, based on the movie “Wanted” (also inspired on the comic book by Mark Millar & JG Jones) has...

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De historias malas…

Anaitgames nos trae un artículo cuando menos curioso sobre lo malas que son las historias de los videojuegos. Está claro que no es sencillo aunar jugabilidad con una historia bien...

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The C Word

On his blog “How to Japanese”, Daniel tries to discourage all future translators out there from becoming videogame translators. SO YOU WANT TO TRANSLATE VIDEO GAMES, EH? WELL, FIRST I’D STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT...

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