elcomfortador:

There’s a rumor here and there online that Toad was initially supposed to be a girl — or at least that the Mushroom Retainers were supposed to be women. I don’t think it’s true, but here’s why some people might think it is.

elcomfortador:

There’s a rumor here and there online that Toad was initially supposed to be a girl — or at least that the Mushroom Retainers were supposed to be women. I don’t think it’s true, but here’s why some people might think it is.

uglyfun:

eggpunk:

my friend in japan found a really cool book

japan is more knowledgable about our curse words than you or i ever suspected

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Arizonan Conversations

  • Mato: Do you need a scorpion?
  • Me: Oh yeah, let's buy some scorpions.
  • A genuine conversation I had today

dilkashi:

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Squall Leonhart’s super favourite word in the English version of Final Fantasy VIII! It’s interesting to note that it’s not quite what he says in the Japanese version. I’m sure that many, many, many people have already covered this but I wanted to do a post about it myself.

anime-memedotcom:

Spanish

It may be the one thing the Japanese aren’t good at.
See more or create your own

anime-memedotcom:

Spanish

It may be the one thing the Japanese aren’t good at.


See more or create your own

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gamespite:

amiamic:

カーネルズ・デー3大感謝キャンペーン|KFC

Once I finished vomiting at the idea of plugging meat into my USB ports, I looked at the highlighted keys and realized this gimmick would look a lot less offensive if K, F, and C were arranged in a different order on QWERTY keyboards.

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gamepreservation:

A patch to play Kyuuyaku Megami Tensei on the Super Famicom in English has just been released by The Romhacking Aerie. This is a 16-bit remake of the first two Megami Tensei games.

gamepreservation:

A patch to play Kyuuyaku Megami Tensei on the Super Famicom in English has just been released by The Romhacking Aerie. This is a 16-bit remake of the first two Megami Tensei games.

(via kingdarian)

(Source: romhacking.net, via starbrain)

I’ve been streaming and live-translating a lot of Japanese games lately!

If you’re interested in Japanese-only games or have any suggestions for future games to try out, let me know!

http://legendsoflocalization.com/come-watch-me-play-and-translate-japanese-games-live/

razumikin:

"Why does everyone say ‘Mario, Mario’? My heart is very sad."

- Japanese Bowser

(Source: themushroomkingdom.net, via kingdarian)