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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Aug 9, 2007.
Thomas the Tank Engine is big in Japan too?
some kind of densha de go ? 0_o
That's what I was thinking!
that is what i was gonna say, how bizarre...
I used to be really into thomas when i was little. Might have to check it out
I still have soooo many of my Thomas the Tank Engine toys in my basement.
This game is incredibly addicting.
ok ok let me get this right someone had the time to dump Thomas The Tank Engin IN JAPNESE instead of taking the time to dump Glory Days 2......the worlds gone mad
Thomas the Tank Engine is big everywhere.
i always thought it was a UK thing, surprised it's big in other countries. lol next we will be seeing postman pat in a anime XD
It's Called Thomas de stoomlocomotief in here!
Yeah, somehow, recently it's popular in Japan. Freaked the crap right out of me when I saw him the first time in Tokyo, I was like "What the hell! I haven't seen that in years!"
Somehow. Japan is weird, you know?
I remember seeing it on PBS when I was little.
This is... unreal.
I remember watching the show when I was little. I thought it would be lost into TV history forever. Guess its still big in Japan. (Just watch, in a few years there will be a "Thomas the Tank Engine" anime series) XD
I remember this series too, it was HUGE in Australia when I was little. Of course when you have a Beatle doing the narrator it would be.
whats up with the english name? Thomas the Tank Engine? anyway check this out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_the_Ta...n_Real_Railways real life thomas
also in norway it's called "Thomas toget" which literally mean thomas "the train"
i have no idea why it's called tank instead of a train it's been like that since i first watched it when i was about 5 or so :S
edit: this explains why it's called tank
The show was pretty popular in Canada too.
I had tons of Thomas the Tank Engine merchandise when I was younger, even a blanket..
Heh nothing to see here.. except lurvely edutainment software for kids. Japanese, arithmetic and English.