Looking for German Translation Team

Discussion in 'NDS - ROM Hacking and Translations' started by ElementalityDE, Oct 23, 2008.

Oct 23, 2008
  1. ElementalityDE
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    Newcomer ElementalityDE Member

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    Hey guys [​IMG],
    i'm looking for a german translation team! I'd like to translate some English and Japanse games into german and make them playable for everybody, who only speaks german. If there is anybody, who wants to join the One-Man (at the moment [​IMG]) Team, please contact me.
    MSN: Elementality@live.de

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    Hey Leute [​IMG],
    ich bin momentan auf der Suchen nach fähigen Leuten die die Lust dazu haben, mit mir gemeinsam englische oder japanische NDS Spiele ins deutsche zu übersetzen. Ich selbst habe bisher noch keine Erfahrungen im Bereich Romhacking gesammelt. Bedauerlicherweise ... Jeder fängt klein an. Und genau das habe ich vor. Klein anzufangen. Und zwar mit euch [​IMG] Ich kann bis jetzt lediglich bei der Übersetzung von englischen Sätzen helfen. Ja, ich möchte sogar behaupten das ich dafür ein kleines Talent hab' [​IMG]. Bei weiterhin bestehenden Fragen bezüglich diesem Thema und natürlich bei Intresse, melde dich bitte bei
    Elementality@live.de (Auch MSN Adresse). Freue mich auf dich [​IMG]
     
  2. miruki

    Member miruki GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Mhn, I don't really see any sense in it after all. I mean, seriously, if people are too lazy to learn the basics of English (which you get taught in school) and looking up a few harder words (which is about all you need for most games), they just don't deserve playing those games at all. And if "being too young to know the proper English" is the counter-argument for my statement, well, growing up and spending some effort at learning helps with that too. :3

    Seriously, I just don't see why I should spent my free time doing something for ppl who are too lazy to learn a language that's a) not that hard to learn and b) very important for most jobs and many common life situations anyways. Just a waste of time in my opinion.

    Anyways, good luck with finding some ppl willing to help out, but count me out. :>
     
  3. DaRk_ViVi

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    Well there are a lot of groups translating games from English to their native language. Playing a game in your native language is always (at least when properly translated) a better experience than playing it in English (even if you have good knowledge of it). ^^

    Regarding the OP: sorry but my German is very very bad so I can't help. XD

    Aufwiedersehen!
     
  4. miruki

    Member miruki GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Mhn, I prefer playing games in English rather than playing them in German, because too many things sound waaay too silly in German. [​IMG]
     

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