japanese special edition

shadowofchaos725  asked:

I think you misread what I said on the last part: I'm playing the Japanese Special Edition English version. I'm buying the Special English version to support the localization. The link simply shows forcing your opinion on others is bad. お前みたいな態度はいやだ.

….. so wait

you’re playing the Superior Japanese version of Fire Emblem Fates that has all the uncut dialogue and character interactions and minigames

but you want to give Nintendo double the Money for the same game that got butchered down simply for the fact that you want to “support the localization” and thus support the shitty business practices that have killed other game studios and companies

“ お前みたいな態度はいやだ. ” “You like an attitude I do not want .”

you don’t have to Like my attitude, I’ve just become a cynic due to all the bullshit I’ve Witnessed

as for the video, (that I already watched 2 years ago and disagreed with then)

Jim Sterling is a Cuck and a Kept bitch on the Developers Dime and his Opinions are invalid simply for the fact that he likes forcing his Opinions on Others and gets paid to do it,

Whereas, I offer my services for free

anonymous asked:

dude your snk collection is amazing holy crap! if you dont mind me asking, where did you get the physical CDs of the recap movie soundtracks? I'd love to own them but I have no idea where to buy them!

ahh thanks :D I’m really proud of it lol. I bought the japanese special editions of the recap movies, and they included the ost^-^ Guren no Yumiya and Jiyuu no Tsubasa. they’re rather expensive and I’d recommend checking ebay, amazon japan, amiami, cdjapan and other websites if you wanna find em to an acceptable price haha 

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This actually came yesterday but I didn’t bother checking the mail =P

The art book is the same one the Japanese version came with, just translated! I’d say both versions (the Japanese special edition as well as this one) were both equally worth getting.

This came with more physical goodies while the Japanese one came with a mini soundtrack of all the previous games. It’s worth noting the first Persona CD because it came with a lot of songs that weren’t on one of the OSTs.

Time to go waste my money on DLC!

I’m not done with FFXV though - especially after they finally released shirtless Gladiolus so Persona 5 might get thrown to the back burner again =P I’ll beat it eventually!

person: “fe fates is just gross. rubbing your sister’s face while they’re moaning and practically naked? homosexual romance options being limited to specific versions is awful, lesbian romance option is literally tharja too. they’re just pandering to the lowest common denominator, and it’s just a really bad direction for the series to go :\ this just looks awful. fuck nintendo honestl-”

*fe fates releases*

person: “i got the preordered special edition of both versions, the Japanese special edition, and three extra unopened boxes to prop up my Good Smile Tharja figure! check out this Aqua bodypillow cover i found online! completely unrelated, does anybody know the best way to get the smell of semen out of fabric?”

Yes, yes, yes! One of the very best Japanese horror films is finally coming to Blu Ray courtesy of Arrow! Now we just need Suicide Club…

NEW UK/US TITLE: Pulse Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD One of the greatest and most terrifying achievements in modern Japanese horror

SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS:
•High Definition digital transfer
•High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations
•Original 5.1 audio (DTS-HD on the Blu-ray)
•New optional English subtitle translation
•New interview with writer/director Kiyoshi Kurosawa
•New interview with cinematographer Junichiro Hayashi
•The Horror of Isolation: a new video appreciation featuring Adam Wingard & Simon Barrett (Blair Witch, You’re Next)
•Archive ‘Making of’ documentary, plus four archive behind-the-scenes featurettes
•Premiere footage from the Cannes Film Festival
•Cast and crew introductions from opening day screenings in Tokyo    
•Trailers and TV Spots
•Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Tommy Pocket

FIRST PRESSING ONLY:Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring new writing on the film by critic Chuck Stephens

Friendly reminder that Tite Kubo wanted his name removed from the Bleach Hell Verse DVD

The DVD version that includes his message card is the Special Limited Japanese Edition DVD that comes with exclusive box set, animation, other stuffs and it was released in Japan only, the foreign version doesn’t have this version.

Translation of the message:

“In this movie I was credited as “Executive Director”.
However honestly speaking, for the DVD version I want that title to be removed.
I already asked them to do so. This is because I feel I didn’t participate enough in the production of this movie to warrant such a title.I already had this feelings since the premier of the theatre version, however when I met with the producer staff to persuade them, the movie was already in the editing process so it couldn’t be removed.

I had a meeting with the scriptwriter - I think it was in the year preceding the movie premiere, in early summer.The meeting was incandescent, and we discussed ideas until nearly dawn. The scriptwriter took careful notes of the ideas that I had contributed jointly during the meeting. The response was that we were able to come up with some very interesting stuff. I had the feeling that before winter at the latest the scenario would be completed - but in the end, the scenario was sent to me only in the spring of the year of the movie premiere. Furthermore, the scenario didn’t contain any of the ideas of the meeting… apparently, the notes taken at that time were not transmitted to the director and to the other members of the staff.

Later on, we had some trouble with the production department agreeing to some changes decided by the scriptwriter, and the scriptwriter worked hard with the changes that were made - but unfortunately, there was no more time. The fact that characters that first made their entry in the original work like Ichigo, Kokutou and Shuuren had a very Bleach-like feeling is thanks to all of the seiyuu that gave them their voices, and to all of the staff that drew them.

Once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart. “

Although this is something old and probably everyone knows about it, i decided to make this post because i still see Ichihime fans braging about how this movie, which contained an Ichihime scene or two, was directed by Kubo and that he approved of everything in it.

Feel free to use this post whenever they bother you with that “proof of canonity” again :)