Board index » Phoenix Wright » Defendant's Lobby » Hazakurain (GS3)

Page 5 of 20[ 765 posts ]
Go to page Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ... 20  Next
 


Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

;_;

Gender: Male

Location: Netherlands

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:01 pm

Posts: 132

TotalSpaceshipGuy3 wrote:
Guess_Who wrote:
Mikker wrote:
That canada comment made... literally no sence what so ever.

Saying "aboot", ending statements with "eh?", and loving hockey are common Canadian stereotypes, at least in America.

To continue the stereotype, he talks about doughnuts and coffee. I'm just glad he doesn't emphasize his love for moose meat. <.<

The best thing about judge-bro is how they use him to make fun of the judge going "Hmm..." after so many testimonies.

"Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...
I see."
:moe-laugh:
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

in the murder of your MOM

Gender: None specified

Location: Winnipeg, MB

Rank: Suspect

Joined: Tue Aug 28, 2007 12:21 am

Posts: 8

TotalSpaceshipGuy3 wrote:
Guess_Who wrote:
Mikker wrote:
That canada comment made... literally no sence what so ever.

Saying "aboot", ending statements with "eh?", and loving hockey are common Canadian stereotypes, at least in America.

To continue the stereotype, he talks about doughnuts and coffee. I'm just glad he doesn't emphasize his love for moose meat. <.<


Um. He did...

Spoiler: Poutine and Moose Steak
Image You just can't trust someone with a bad memory.
Image What did you eat for dinner one week ago today?
Image ...At the very least, a person should remember that much.
Image As for me, it was payday, so I had a nice moose steak with some poutine on the side.
:youngmia: (...And how does this relate to anything!?)
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Colour monkey supreme

Gender: None specified

Location: Markham, Ontario

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Sat Jul 07, 2007 2:00 pm

Posts: 472

As a Canadian, I'm mildly surprised the localization team would throw a couple of the stereotypes in there to begin with.....Sigh LOL...

Makes me remember this lil commercial: http://youtube.com/watch?v=TL01SReeOqE

And besides... "Aboot" sounds more like a Scottish accent to me than anything else!
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title

in the murder of your MOM

Gender: None specified

Location: Winnipeg, MB

Rank: Suspect

Joined: Tue Aug 28, 2007 12:21 am

Posts: 8

axl99 wrote:
As a Canadian, I'm mildly surprised the localization team would throw a couple of the stereotypes in there to begin with.....Sigh LOL...

Makes me remember this lil commercial: http://youtube.com/watch?v=TL01SReeOqE

And besides... "Aboot" sounds more like a Scottish accent to me than anything else!


Did you ever think in that Timbit-filled Canadian head of yours, that there's a possibility that someone on the localization team was in fact Canadian, and that served as inspiration for the character? :godot: Or perhaps there was someone on the localization that was Canadian and it was a cute little characterization of said person? :redd: Or perhaps... gasp, the person who wrote the judge's brother as a Canadian was in fact a Canadian? :karma: Think about that while you munch on your ketchup chips and poutine, lol. :minuki:

And if you think Aboot is Scottish, you obviously have not been to Maritime Canada. Oh, sorry, I forgot, Toronto is the center of the universe, therefore Aboot doesn't exist. My bad, haha :) :keiko:
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Gender: Male

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 10:53 am

Posts: 61

Blarg to the tacked-on sterotypes. I'm slightly disappointed by the choice, especially if the Judge's Bro wasn't like this in Gyakuten Saiban 3. (Perhaps a GS3 vet can answer that, did he use regional based humor in the original Japanese script?) If not, it seems like a cheap way to add "personality" to a character.

But, I'm not really put off by it. I know it's not meant to be mean spirited. It does not effect my seething anticipation for T&T. (Two more months...)
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title

OBJECTION!

Gender: Male

Location: St. Albans, England, UK

Rank: Ace Attorney

Joined: Wed Aug 15, 2007 9:18 am

Posts: 2594

Isn't Lotta rather a southern stereotype?
Nick and Maya - Friends and Lovers....
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Prufursurnkfa fushcatchurrr

Gender: Male

Location: Evil Dutchieland

Rank: Moderators

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 7:10 am

Posts: 3685

And JeanArmstrong a French one?

I mean come on, take a joke.
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

;_;

Gender: Male

Location: Netherlands

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:01 pm

Posts: 132

Well, you have to remember that Canada is really cold. That would put me in a perpetual bad mood too. :gant: (I'm kidding, of course!)

Seriously though, I'd be surprised if the GS3 character didn't have some form of an accent, because pretty much all the characters seem to have something like that going on. When they're not making up words altogether, that is! :redd:
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Surprisingly, not a foolish fool.

Gender: Male

Location: Canada. Cold place.

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Sat Aug 11, 2007 10:57 pm

Posts: 143

Tinker wrote:
I mean come on, take a joke.

Are you kidding? I'm ecstatic there's a Canadian stereotype.

Finally, a game notes our existence!
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Prufursurnkfa fushcatchurrr

Gender: Male

Location: Evil Dutchieland

Rank: Moderators

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 7:10 am

Posts: 3685

TotalSpaceshipGuy3 wrote:
Tinker wrote:
I mean come on, take a joke.

Are you kidding? I'm ecstatic there's a Canadian stereotype.

Finally, a game notes our existence!


I meant Gunloc :3
They had to differentiate the Judge's bro from the normal Judge, anyway - and this was a clever way of doing it.
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Gender: Male

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 10:53 am

Posts: 61

[deadpan] I can take a joke... [/deadpan] :gregory:

But really though, I wasn't trying to make an issue of it. I just thought it was an odd choice.
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Colour monkey supreme

Gender: None specified

Location: Markham, Ontario

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Sat Jul 07, 2007 2:00 pm

Posts: 472

At one point I did think that someone was possibly a Canadian in the localization team, and most of the Canadian jokes I read in the game reminded me of a beer commercial of all things.

It was all so left field I just didn't think someone would put it all in there. :welly: A Canadian judge presiding over an American court? Not that it's impossible or wrong or anything, but the thought alone is enough make me go "Huhh?" :yogi:

[The "Toronto vs the rest of Canada" thing is just pointless as someone sticking nipples on the Starbucks logo. Nothing personal itsumobasho, I never really understood it even though I'm not a "Torontoian". My apologies if I ruffled your feathers, but you didn't have to dump all that on me.]


Last edited by axl99 on Tue Aug 28, 2007 1:47 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Haha, I still love Daft Punk <3

Gender: Female

Location: At your door. With a scythe. >:D

Rank: Prosecutor

Joined: Sun Aug 19, 2007 10:38 pm

Posts: 792

Man, the localization is EPIC WIN. It was great to play through.
Image
I'm not going to be here very often anymore.
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

~We will become one~

Gender: Male

Location: ~I am here, I can definitely feel you, we are here in the same sunny spot~

Rank: Donor

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 9:17 am

Posts: 1851

The localization is amazing I'm playing Case 5, I spotted these two lines and has to post them:

"There is only one reason and easier to spot than Sister Bikini in a bikini."

and

"There's only one reason! One as obvious as Jean Armstrong in a thong on the Riviera!"

both said by Phoenix. xD
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Surprisingly, not a foolish fool.

Gender: Male

Location: Canada. Cold place.

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Sat Aug 11, 2007 10:57 pm

Posts: 143

Spoiler: Case 5 Part 1-2: Investigation
Talk to Larry about 'Iris'.

:larry2: Man, I'm telling you. Iris is so cute! Right, Edgey? You think so too, don't you?
:edgeworth: ...
:larry2: What's wrong? Why are you so quiet?
:edgeworth: To put it simply... Your comment has me highly concerned. Could it be the the reason you think she's innocent...
:butz: Come on! A girl that cute can't possibly be a murderer!
:edgeworth: ...
:edgeworth: ...I was right after all. I never should have come back.

We all know the real reason for that pause.

GAY GAY GAY.
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

A Kodac moment.

Gender: None specified

Location: Yeah, right...

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Mon Mar 05, 2007 7:26 pm

Posts: 349

Here is two the first time you meet Godot: (not exact)

:udgy: Are you ready, prosecution?
:godot: ...The question is, are you ready to hand down a verdict?
:udgy: What? I can't hand down a verdict until I've heard from both sides!
:godot: Well, are you ready?
:udgy: N-no!
:godot: Then listen. How do you expect others to be ready if you are not ready yourself? That's a rule to live by.
:maya: It seems this prosecutor is the real deal.
:nick-sweat: (Yeah, it seems all prosecutors are the "real deal.")
=====
:udgy: So, what is your record, Mr. Godot?
:godot: I don't have one. I've never prosecuted a case before.
:udgy: What!? But I thought you said that you have never lost case!
:godot: Correct, I've never lost a case. And I've never won one either.
:udgy: You're very arrogant for a rookie beginner.

XD
Image

OBJECT!Marquees are fun...Whip
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Zvarri!

Gender: Male

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Sun Mar 04, 2007 2:26 pm

Posts: 327

TotalSpaceshipGuy3 wrote:
Spoiler: Case 5 Part 1-2: Investigation
Talk to Larry about 'Iris'.

:larry2: Man, I'm telling you. Iris is so cute! Right, Edgey? You think so too, don't you?
:edgeworth: ...
:larry2: What's wrong? Why are you so quiet?
:edgeworth: To put it simply... Your comment has me highly concerned. Could it be the the reason you think she's innocent...
:butz: Come on! A girl that cute can't possibly be a murderer!
:edgeworth: ...
:edgeworth: ...I was right after all. I never should have come back.

We all know the real reason for that pause.

GAY GAY GAY.


I lawled.

Of course, I personally don't believe he's gay. He's incredibly uptight and really dislikes any kind of small talk, which Larry seems to specialize in. He's not a man for nonsense, in any event. But let's not open this can of worms here. :redd:

These Edgeworth quotes are cracking me up, especially that one with the description of the Megatama as "What utter nonsense".
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title

Yaoi Queen

Gender: Female

Location: Canada, yay!

Rank: Decisive Witness

Joined: Sun Apr 22, 2007 4:50 am

Posts: 183

Spoiler: Case 5
:godot: ...I decided to carry out an investigation in my own way... Godot-style!
:udgy: I'm the same way. I like to hand down verdicts in my own way, Judge-style!
:think: (Hmm, maybe I should ask some questions, Phoenix-style...)

This made me laugh for a while X3
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

;_;

Gender: Male

Location: Netherlands

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:01 pm

Posts: 132

Haha, I love that one.

Also, from the intro, I really liked this (more or less paraphrased):
:udgy: Mia Fey, you're just a rookie. Are you sure you can handle this?
:mia: (Don't let him intimidate you, Mia. Give him your toughest look!)
:mia: *slamdesk* Of course, Your Honor!
:mia: ...
:mia: I think.
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

Struck by a blunt objection

Gender: Male

Location: Denmark

Rank: Ace Attorney

Joined: Sun Feb 25, 2007 5:12 pm

Posts: 1472

One thing I like about TaT so far, are the small details that are easily missed. TaT, which surprised me, had alot of names and locations given, that are unessential to the plot. I think it is worthwhile to list the small details here. Don't you agree?

- Phoenix says, in case 3, that he only knows two flowers - a Dahlia not being one of them. Sure enough, he never actually DOES call Dahlia his 'flower' in case 1, now does he?

- The sports magazine lists a person called 'Gutsen Brawn' as a professional boxer, as told by Maggey. That is obviously made from Guts and Brawl.

The game is LITTERED with small comments as this. It's unbelivable nice localization.
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Gender: Female

Location: Sevilla, Spain

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:30 pm

Posts: 105

Not sure if those have been said yet, but I think here are some more external references:

(Ending of one of Luke Atmey's cross-examinations)
:aiga: ...and that's all she wrote.

"Murder, she wrote"

(When talking on the recess of the fourth case trial)
:javado: My senses are tingling all over...

I'm not 100% sure, but may it be a reference to Spiderman?

(At the bridge with Maya)
:phoenix: "I see dead people" sounds more like a cause of alarm for me...

"The sixth sense"

(At Hazakurain, talking with Bikini)
:maya: Forgive him, sister, for he knows not what he's saying.

My grandma used to say a prayer which said something very similar...

Here are all I have found yet, hopefully they haven't been said, that's the correct thread, and none of the little things which may fail on a first post happened... If so, sorry, n00b here :will:
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

Gender: None specified

Rank: Suspect

Joined: Thu Aug 23, 2007 6:32 pm

Posts: 14

Aijiru wrote:
Not sure if those have been said yet, but I think here are some more external references:
(At Hazakurain, talking with Bikini)
:maya: Forgive him, sister, for he knows not what he's saying.

My grandma used to say a prayer which said something very similar...

Jesus said at the crucification something like this (I'm a Brazilian, so I'm translating to English one of available translations of the Holy Bible to portuguese): Forgive them Father, for they knows not what they are doing.
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Gender: Female

Location: Sevilla, Spain

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:30 pm

Posts: 105

Tohmas Sakazaki wrote:
Aijiru wrote:
Not sure if those have been said yet, but I think here are some more external references:
(At Hazakurain, talking with Bikini)
:maya: Forgive him, sister, for he knows not what he's saying.

My grandma used to say a prayer which said something very similar...

Jesus said at the crucification something like this (I'm a Brazilian, so I'm translating to English one of available translations of the Holy Bible to portuguese): Forgive them Father, for they knows not what they are doing.


Actually, I'm from Spain so I kind of translated it to english, and it came out so similar to the quote...
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

SCIENCE!

Gender: Male

Location: Texas

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Thu Apr 19, 2007 9:34 pm

Posts: 413

Mikker wrote:
The sports magazine lists a person called 'Gutsen Brawn' as a professional boxer, as told by Maggey. That is obviously made from Guts and Brawl.


It's a pun on "Guts and brawn". Brawn is muscle.
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

;_;

Gender: Male

Location: Netherlands

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:01 pm

Posts: 132

Guess_Who wrote:
Mikker wrote:
The sports magazine lists a person called 'Gutsen Brawn' as a professional boxer, as told by Maggey. That is obviously made from Guts and Brawl.


It's a pun on "Guts and brawn". Brawn is muscle.

Huh, I remembered it as Gutsen Brown... Did I improve the pun name in my head? :meekins:
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

A Kodac moment.

Gender: None specified

Location: Yeah, right...

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Mon Mar 05, 2007 7:26 pm

Posts: 349

Two of Larry's girlfriends, Bennifer and Katty Tom, are obviously puns on two pairs of celebrity couples (guess who...).

But, now for a joke!

:phoenix: *presents Magatama to Gumshoe*
:maya: Umm, so about this...?
:gymshoe: Hey! Thanks, pal! How did you know I had a sore throat anyway?
:gumshoe: ...*chomp*
:maya-shock: Hey! What are you doing!?
:gumshoe: Ack!
:sadshoe: Sorry, that thing's all smooth and shiny, so I thought it was a piece of candy or something.
:nick-sweat: I can't believe you ate the whole thing in one go...
:gumshoe: I almost swallowed it too, pal...
:maya: Ohh... My poor Magatama...

EDIT: Oh! Larry just spoke about his current girlfriend, Donna. He refers to her as "my Donna," which sounds a lot like "Madonna"!
Image

OBJECT!Marquees are fun...Whip
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Colour monkey supreme

Gender: None specified

Location: Markham, Ontario

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Sat Jul 07, 2007 2:00 pm

Posts: 472

[*upon Miles presenting Larry's profile to Larry himself in case 5...]

:larry2: Huh? Me? All you have to know is to remember not to call me "Larry" anymore.

:edgeworth: What?

:larry2: I'm a new person now. I've been reborn.. as Laurice Deauxnim!

:edgeworth: ... Alright, fine. Let me ask you something else then, Larry.

:butz: Call me "Laurice"!! If you don't...then I'll call you... I'll call you... "Milise Deauxnim"!
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

When I grow up, I wanna be a hobo!

Gender: Female

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Tue Apr 03, 2007 9:50 am

Posts: 77

Aaaahahaaa, OH MY GOD.

Spoiler: Case 1 spoiler quote
Dahlia's testimony about meeting Phoenix...

"The Moment our eyes met, my heart skipped a beat!"

Press that statement.

Mia: Hmm... So what was it about Mr. Wright that made your heart malfunction like that? In my personal opinion, he just looks like a typical snotty-nosed college brat.

Dahlia: Perhaps to a woman your age. But to me, Feenie is handsome!

Mia: Perhaps to you, Ms. Hawthorne. But to the rest of the planet, he's a dime a dozen.

Payne: OBJECTION! Love is a mysterious thing, and I object to this line of questioning! If you were to look at my wife, you might all be shocked!

Judge: He's telling the truth. It was truly, truly shocking.



:gant: I LOL'ed.
Image
Phoenix: I'm with stupid.
Edgeworth: OBJECTION!!
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Zvarri!

Gender: Male

Rank: Medium-in-training

Joined: Sun Mar 04, 2007 2:26 pm

Posts: 327

Kat_Aclysm wrote:
Aaaahahaaa, OH MY GOD.

Spoiler: Case 1 spoiler quote
Dahlia's testimony about meeting Phoenix...

"The Moment our eyes met, my heart skipped a beat!"

Press that statement.

Mia: Hmm... So what was it about Mr. Wright that made your heart malfunction like that? In my personal opinion, he just looks like a typical snotty-nosed college brat.

Dahlia: Perhaps to a woman your age. But to me, Feenie is handsome!

Mia: Perhaps to you, Ms. Hawthorne. But to the rest of the planet, he's a dime a dozen.

Payne: OBJECTION! Love is a mysterious thing, and I object to this line of questioning! If you were to look at my wife, you might all be shocked!

Judge: He's telling the truth. It was truly, truly shocking.


:gant: I LOL'ed.



Funniest part about that has to be the judge's comment at the end. :gant:
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

;_;

Gender: Male

Location: Netherlands

Rank: Desk Jockey

Joined: Fri Aug 24, 2007 12:01 pm

Posts: 132

Haha, here's another good one regarding that!
Spoiler: case 1
:youngpayne: By the way, I've never ONCE considered leaving MY wife!
:udgy: No one cares, Mr. Payne.

:gant: :gant: :gant:
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

Gender: None specified

Location: Englandland

Rank: Suspect

Joined: Sun Mar 25, 2007 7:19 pm

Posts: 35

:zenitora: I otta beat you so hard, it'll feel like youse was smoochin' the express train!
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

Prufursurnkfa fushcatchurrr

Gender: Male

Location: Evil Dutchieland

Rank: Moderators

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 7:10 am

Posts: 3685

:chef: : Oh la la! You might be le Phoenix Wright!
:phoenix: : How do you know?
:chef: : I never forget men who flirt with me in court!
Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title
User avatar

*insert title here*

Gender: Female

Location: Toronto

Rank: Decisive Witness

Joined: Sat Jun 30, 2007 11:59 pm

Posts: 200

:phoenix: Isn't it ironic? Don't you think?
(I think this was in the beginning of 3-5, in reference to something Maya said)

I can't believe nobody mentioned this yet!
icon by: iconglomerate @ LJ

Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREATopic%20Title

OBJECTION!

Gender: Male

Location: St. Albans, England, UK

Rank: Ace Attorney

Joined: Wed Aug 15, 2007 9:18 am

Posts: 2594

I know that's a reference to Alanis Morrisette's Ironic right?
Nick and Maya - Friends and Lovers....
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Chaos wolf

Gender: Male

Location: London, England

Rank: Moderators

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 9:09 pm

Posts: 631

Correct. In reference to Maya saying she's afraid of ghosts hah hah :maya:
Lie with passion and be forever damned...

360 gamertag: Mayhem64
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Idol of Polar Bears

Gender: Male

Location: Norcal

Rank: Ace Attorney

Joined: Wed Apr 11, 2007 11:37 pm

Posts: 4342

Spoiler: 3-5, Part 4-1
:godot: As they say, a cornered fox is more dangerous than a jackal.
:phoenix: I believe the correct definition for a cornered fox is, "scared and petrified".
:godot: ...
:godot: Your animal analogies have grown tiresome!
:nick-sweat: (You were the one who started it!)

Image
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

Friendly Neighborhood Naruhodou

Gender: None specified

Location: Wait, let me check...

Rank: Suspect

Joined: Tue Feb 27, 2007 10:24 pm

Posts: 46

Examine the string of flags (1-4 reference FTW!) at Heavenly Hall on day 2 of Case 5:

:phoenix:
That stuff is really ruining
the beautiful atmosphere
around here.

It's so inappropriate.

Like Sister Bikini in a
bikini! *shudder* ...I've
gotta think of the kittens.



Like they say, every time you m -*shot*
...
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

Gender: Male

Location: Wherever you least expect me to be

Rank: Prosecutor

Joined: Mon Mar 26, 2007 4:45 am

Posts: 745

Spoiler: 3-5
Well, I dont remember exactly, but when larry is describing the lightning in court, it goes something like this...

:butz: It was real sharp! Like one of Naomi's slaps!
:ka-whip:
:franny: Like that?
:larry: No, that was more like one of Melindas punches...


The sparda one had me laughin forever. Also...rather disturbing, but...

Spoiler: 3-3? Cant quite remember
:godot: Trite, here is your penalty. you will suck it down.
:udgy: Yes, you will suck down your penalty, and you will like it. *life bar explodes*
:zenitora: Hm, looks like I might make that express train afer all.
:ack: Please sir, may I have some more?
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title

Gender: None specified

Rank: Suspect

Joined: Sat Mar 03, 2007 9:04 pm

Posts: 21

I like the localization, I'm not gonna bash it. There are only two problems I have with it.
Unlike previous games, everything is 'heck' and 'dang'. The fuck happened to damn and hell? It's gonna get a teen rating anyway!

Also, "if you're a man, wipe your own ass" = "if you're a man, clean up your own mess"
*disappointed cat is disappointed*

And also, all this talk about fetishes in case 2?
Re: The localization is brilliant (so far). (PW3 QUOTE THREAD)Topic%20Title
User avatar

Idol of Polar Bears

Gender: Male

Location: Norcal

Rank: Ace Attorney

Joined: Wed Apr 11, 2007 11:37 pm

Posts: 4342

When do they ever say, "If you're a man, wipe your own ass" in the original game?
Image
Page 5 of 20 [ 765 posts ] 
Go to page Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ... 20  Next
 
Display posts from previous:  Sort by  

 Board index » Phoenix Wright » Defendant's Lobby » Hazakurain (GS3)

Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests

You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot post attachments in this forum
Jump to:  
News News Site map Site map SitemapIndex SitemapIndex RSS Feed RSS Feed Channel list Channel list
Powered by phpBB

phpBB SEO