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#1 corthew

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 09:43 AM

I have a few projects in the works. One of them is a tribute to the Zero Wing intro.

For those of you unfamiliar, Zero Wing was a Japanese space battle game released to European Sega arcade consoles in 1991.

Even if you are unfamiliar with the game, you are likely familiar with electronics user manuals for Japanese products around that time.

In the early 90's no-one batted an eye at the poor translation. We were use to them.

But a decade later, a new generation that was less familiar with "engrish" translations had more fun with the phrases than with the actual game.

You may have seen or heard the most popular phrase, "All your base are belong to us!", and now you know where it comes from.

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Sango: "If it was really a miracle everyone would have been saved."

Vargas: "But if everyone was saved how would anyone know it was a miracle."

Sango and Vargas arguing over the implications of one person surviving an unexpectedly active tidal season.

#2 rampa

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Posted 20 June 2011 - 04:44 PM

Engrish Movies! That's brilliant Corthew. Now we just need a good Karate/Kung Fu pack and offset the audio a little bit. laugh.gif

#3 corthew

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Posted 22 June 2011 - 05:24 PM

QUOTE (rampa @ Jun 20 2011, 12:44 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Engrish Movies! That's brilliant Corthew. Now we just need a good Karate/Kung Fu pack and offset the audio a little bit. laugh.gif


Fight scenes where in a jump/fly/kick the foot clearly misses on the long shot then close up of the foot connecting with the chin is also important. smile.gif
Sango: "If it was really a miracle everyone would have been saved."

Vargas: "But if everyone was saved how would anyone know it was a miracle."

Sango and Vargas arguing over the implications of one person surviving an unexpectedly active tidal season.


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