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September 25th, 2012, 21:26
Personally I couldn't care less for translations, like Jemy I would never ever play a game in Swedish even if it was an option, to me that's only viable for childrens games. And I don't really see why the Germans, Spanish, French etc. want their games translated, I haven't met a German person who doesn't speak decent English. And if you can speak it decently, you can probably read it well.

Alrik, you're German right? Do you prefer games to be translated?

On the other hand, I'm very happy that we get alot of for example Russian games translated into English, so I can't blame people for wanting translations. To me it just feels like most people, especially those like us who like to sit in front of the computer a little to much, are competent enough in English to play in English.

If this leads to Project Eternity getting more pledges and in the end a higher budget, I'm all for it. Although I have to admit I was kinda of disappointed because they were talking about a BIG monday update.
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