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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Nov 10, 2006.
I remember watching an anime of this..... it was painfully boring.
And now there there is a game.
I can´t help thinking about Taxi Driver when I see the cover.
Isn't this anime from the same guy who created Astro Boy?
Yes, it's created by the person who made Astro Boy, Dr. Osamu Tetzuka the person who started the whole Japanese Anime art style and inspired by Disney
Been waiting for this! Lets see how fun the operations are!
OSAMU TEZUKA - The godfather of Manga
Show some respect Children!
and go read Pheonix, Buddha or Metropolis.
You ppl suck.
Actually, it should be "Tetzuka" if you know Japanese.
His name ???? is written as ??? ??? in Kana. Notice it's ? 'tzu' and not ? 'zu'. It's pronounced in the same way as in ??? 'tsutzuku'. There is a difference you know.
Too bad whoever romanised his name originally didn't know the difference and now everyone just spells his name as Tezuka.
But anyway, enough of the Japanese lesson... People want to know what the game is like
Yeah, he's a legend in Japanese culture....and indirectly a legend here to all Lion King fans *hint hint* Hey x_comp, wanted to thank you for that walkthrough @ gamebrink on project hacker, helped my gf out a lot. Thanks....she kept asking me how to get past that part and I don't know Japanese so it makes it kind of tough.
Oh man, I loved Kimba when I was a kid. I remember it perfectly because I was watching it when I got this huge scar on my face...
Well, respect for Tezuka doesn't mean we have to respect this game...
Do you read Naoki Urasawa's interpretation of Osamu Tezuka's Pluto? Two of the gods of Manga united... It's insanely awesome.
are you sure, because im looking in a japanese text book, and it shows that ? is zu without the t.
Don't say "pple"... There's no one here saying we don't like Osamu Tezuka..
Looks pretty good from the cover but... NEVER JUDGE A BOOK (or game) BY IT'S COVER! So it's an adventure game eh, any details about the story or anything?
Actually both ??and ? can be read as "zu" but the former is indeed the correct "zu" and the latter just sounds like it depending on the speaker.
Yes, I'm sure. It's like pronouncing ??? 'tsubasa' as???? 'subasa'. I've had quite a few Japanese correcting me when I used to chat in Romaji and typed "continue" as "tsuzuku" when it should have been "tsudzuku".
Most people can't pronounce the 't' difference though so that's why you find it commonly as "zu". Romaji is really just there as a pronunciation guide after all.
However, you'll find ? is romanised as 'dzu' normally and not the way I've done it.
you mean kinda like the ? as hu/fu thing?
I wonder if it's like Trauma Center?
You are correct sir. There is no Japanese letter spelled with 'TZU'.
anybody Actual try'd this out