mannequin posted on Feb 27, 2008 7:42:53 AM - Report post
I understand that the original english dialogue is available? Apparently things make a LOT more sense than the chopped up politically correct version in cutscenes and dialogues, making decisions easier to determine.
The North American release version is censored (thanks Mr Government employee!) for the virgin ears of North America, who have never heard any bad words... ever.
Anyone have a clue about this?
mannequin posted on Mar 01, 2008 6:18:03 AM - Report post
I found the location for the full dialogue, and it does, in fact, make a LOT more sense than the "North American" version. Lots of background information is filled in, and more info overall is given. It does, in SOME cases, give more information for decision making - but I think the game is designed to be deliberately vague in places to make the player sweat over the decision.
The dialogue of course does NOT match the voices of the characters - in some cases, I'm reading a whole PARAGRAPH of subtitle conversation and the voice says, "Yes, I agree."
ty90012 posted on Mar 25, 2008 1:22:19 PM - Report post
Yes. I have the british version and i talk to people who swear. They say things like I f**ked a she-elf and that stuff!
you wouldn't mind sharing the location of restoring that dialogue would you?
Mechcondrid posted on Apr 05, 2008 8:39:46 PM - Report post
yes that would be most useful
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