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Game Of Death Subtitles Polish



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Game of Death subtitles Polish



  • Video Games Battle Arena Toshinden

  • Bujingai: The Forsaken City, or Bujingai: Swordmaster in Europe

  • Dai Senryaku VII: Modern Military Tactics

  • Daraku Tenshi: The Fallen Angels

  • Inverted with the seventh Fire Emblem, which was titled Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken ("The Blazing Blade") in Japanese and just Fire Emblem internationally due to being the first entry in the series to get a worldwide release. This can cause some confusion, as "Fire Emblem" alone could refer to the original Famicom game in the series, Ankoku Ryu to Hikari no Tsurugi ("Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light"). The confusion does seem to be being addressed gradually, as a remake of the Famicom game has been released internationally as "Shadow Dragon" and game seven has been identified as "Blazing Blade" in Fire Emblem Heroes.

  • Genji: Dawn of the Samurai

  • Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective

  • Inverted with the first Golden Sun game, which lacked its "The Broken Seal" subtitle in the English release. The other Golden Sun games kept their subtitles, though.

  • Hagane: The Final Conflict

  • Inindo: Way of the Ninja

  • Inverted with Initial D Arcade Stage, the English-language version of which is officially just Initial D without the "Arcade Stage" portion of the title.

  • Ishido: The Way of the Stones

  • Ka-Ge-Ki: Fists of Steel

  • Kengo: Master of Bushido

  • Inverted for the first The Legend of Zelda, which was titled The Hyrule Fantasy: The Legend of Zelda in the original Famicom Disk System release. The subtitle became the title internationally, which was carried over with later games even in Japanese.

  • Mario & Luigi (RPG): Superstar Saga Mario & Luigi (RPG 2x2): Partners In Time

  • Mario & Luigi (RPG 3!!!): Bowser's Inside Story

  • Mario & Luigi (RPG 4): Dream Team (For once, the Japanese title did have a subtitle, Dream Adventure)

  • Musya: The Classic Japanese Tale of Horror. This new subtitle was not added to the title screen (as usual for games of this era), where the text "IMOTO'S SAGA-MUSYA" was inserted instead.

  • Subverted with Okage: Shadow King; while "okage" does mean "shadow king," the game's Japanese title is completely different.

  • Onimusha: Warlords Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny

  • Onimusha 3: Demon's Siege

  • Inverted with Onimusha: Dawn of Dreams. The "Dawn of Dreams" subtitle already existed in the Japanese version, but the Japanese adds the prefix Shin (for new) to the main title.

  • Done uniquely by the seventh installment of the Capcom zombie franchise known as Biohazard in Japanese and the Completely Different Title Resident Evil in English; each language uses the other's Completely Different Title as The Foreign Subtitle, meaning the game is called Biohazard 7: Resident Evil in Japanese and Resident Evil 7: Biohazard in English.

  • WarTech: Senko no Ronde

  • Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. The Soulless Army (the Japanese subtitle being Raidou Kuzunoha VS the Super-Soldier Army)

  • Inverted with Sin and Punishment, where the "Successor of the Earth" subtitle was omitted in the English release.

  • Inverted with Sonic Generations, where it was released in Japanese with the subtitles Shiro no Jikuu (White Dimension) [console version] and Ao no Bouken (Blue Adventure) [Nintendo 3DS version]

  • Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight

  • Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

  • Inverted with Super Mario World, where its subtitle Super Mario Bros. 4 was dropped in the international release.

  • Tenchu: Stealth Assassins

  • Tsugunai: Atonement

  • Inverted with Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 5, which is just called Maximum Tune 5 in the North American release. It still uses the Wangan Midnight license, including the stores and characters.

  • Inverted with the Wario Land series; multiple games had subtitles removed: Virtual Boy Wario Land: Secret Treasure of the Awazon

  • Wario Land 2: The Stolen Treasure

  • Wario Land 3: The Mysterious Music Box

  • Wario Land 4 is called Wario Land Advance: The Treasure of the Golden Diva in Japanese.



For a full cinematic presentation and immersion, you can choose to turn on the Japanese voiceovers of the game. There's no need to worry about misunderstanding the main story as you can also have English subtitles to accompany the voices.


For its release in Poland, the game's subtitles were translated to Polish. However, nearly each sentence contains mistakes such as typos, repetitions (sometimes the same sentence is repeated twice in a row), omissions andeven spelling errors.


Throughout the game, C.A.S.S.I.E. will make multiple announcements related to events that have happened. Bells will play before each announcement allowing the player to know when an announcement is about to start. When an announcement ends, bells will play once more. Throughout the announcement, background fuzz can be heard. C.A.S.S.I.E. will also glitch and stutter on a word every once in awhile, suggesting that their PA System was most likely damaged during the breach. For the sake of clarity, the audio files below do not use the glitch noise or background noises. Any effects added in real time are also not represented. Subtitles will appear on screen while C.A.S.S.I.E. is making an announcement, and will be translated to the current selected language option, allowing non-English users to understand the current announcement. Subtitles will not show any stuttering or glitches C.A.S.S.I.E. makes during an announcement. These subtitles can be found in the translation files, allowing players to edit them to their liking, such as making parts of an announcement color coded, like having "SCP Subjects" be in red and "Class-D Personnel" be in orange. Any announcement made by the use of Remote Admin will still display subtitles but will show them exactly how they were typed in the Remote Admin no matter what. This includes any capitalization, commands for stuttering and glitches, commands for phrases, and even words that C.A.S.S.I.E. can't say.


WARFRAME officially supports 13 languages with localized user interface and dialogue subtitles. It can be changed from the game's launcher settings which also affects the server Chat will connect to. However, NPC dialogue will only be spoken in English regardless of the client's locale.


And one of the things people are learning is that war on paper is a whole lot different than real war. And when blood is spilled and people die and real tanks are being blown up, things are a little bit different. There's a lot of friction and fog and death in combat, and for someone who has -- for a military that hasn't fought in combat since fighting the Vietnamese in 1979, they would be playing, you know, a very, very dangerous game to cross the straits and invade the island of Taiwan. They don't have the experience, the background to do it. They haven't trained to it yet. They do piece-part training. We watch it very, very closely, how many -- how much amphibious capability they have, how much airborne capability they have.


Like it or not, polish makes or breaks an RPG. They may have shelf lives well beyond other games, but the polish has to be there because no one wants to play a bug ridden mess that they can't understand how to use properly. Or refuses to function correctly.


But, one of the points I was trying to make is this: A long time player of these types of games who have seen the gamut of half finished gutted out on release games, to fully fleshed out and polished gems can tell the difference no matter the lens people want to use. Those same players will then call it what it is, an unfinished and unpolished game.


There is no reason to have sleight of hand in the game if there isn't a single place in the game to use it, right? That seems like an easy fix.If the heavy and the loading keywords do nothing there is no reason to put them on weapons, right? It's just sloppy.These kinds of things are minor. They're not what I expect from a complete game. "hey, let's remove the stuff that we didn't get time to develop." doesn't even take a lot of industry experience to realize. There's also no excuse for the subtitles to not match up to what is actually being said. Those are text changes. You don't even need to be an engineer to do that. There was a cutscene where an NPC dwarf delivered dialog from behind a barrel. A level designer placed the camera for that ... everyone on the team knows it's bad ... they just have other things they need to focus on. It's sloppy and unprofessional to leave things like that in a released game.There is no way it would take much development time to fix the offhand bonus attack functionality. You just create a boolean value that tracks if the main action was used to attack (including the shove action), and if that value is true, then you display the option to attack with the bonus action. That's the kind of thing even a novice software engineer can do quickly. That may already exist for the follow up strike feat (I'm not interested in exploring the limits of the feat to see exactly how it works).As far as I can tell the third level daylight spell doesn't do a single thing that a regular cantrip or holding a torch doesn't already do. I've not explored the content enough to know if that's 100% true or not (that's not how I play games for fun). It seemed to me that any source of light that puts a vampire (or whatever they were called in this game) into the state of bright light was enough to trigger things. So, they don't have any kind of a boolean value that checks to see if the light is caused by daylight (natural or the spell). Additionally, the darkness that Aksha creates effectively counters daylight where it's cast. Additionally, casting daylight over Aksha's darkness doesn't counter it. There is one place in the whole game where you might use the ability for daylight to counter magical darkness and it doesn't work. And, there is no place in the entire game where a daylight spell costing a 3rd level spell slot actually does something unique. If you don't have time to support a thing ... you cut the thing until you DO have time to support it.I'm not going to list everything over again. There is a lot of things I listed that there is no excuse for. And, if I'm honest it's really embarrassing that character models don't hold weapons inside their hand in a professionally released game after launch. It's minor. It's also always apparent and makes this look unprofessional.And now they're stopping bug fixes and things. Now they're going to make a new sorcerer class. Most of that should be pretty easy. It's largely reusing the same spells that already exist. The new subclasses will require some kind of balance and tuning. Largely, it's metamagic that will be the big feature for that class. But, let's look at the metamagic from the player's handbook.From what I can tell three out of the 8 metamagic abilities are going to work well out of the gate. I think most of the others will be broken or implemented poorly.* twinned spell - this will be simple to implement. When triggered only take the number of targets a spell requires the player to click on and increase it from one to two. All of the UI and functionality for that core concept already exists. All they need to do is increase the spell targets from 1 to 2 and if the spell targets aren't 1 do nothing different. 041b061a72


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