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Nintendo Land - British Monita audio


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02 Dec 2012 21:22

not much diff. IMO. just with a british accent.
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02 Dec 2012 21:50

Was this really necessary?

Will citizens of the UK feel uncomfortable in Nintendo land unless Monita sounds like she's talking with a mouth full of marbles too?
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02 Dec 2012 21:51

anime5ever wrote:not much diff. IMO. just with a british accent.

English accent. ENGLISH.
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02 Dec 2012 22:03

@lazerhaze
ROFL!! AHHAA

Dude, you made me spill my coffee.
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02 Dec 2012 23:06

... I must be the only one who prefers the US version. Don't take me wrong, I love british accent, but... in this case it just doesn't sound good. It sounds like the girl who plays the character has a cold or something.
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03 Dec 2012 04:15

Jingleboy wrote:
anime5ever wrote:not much diff. IMO. just with a british accent.

English accent. ENGLISH.


England is part of Great Britain (so is Scotland ;)).
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03 Dec 2012 06:52

Look, I'm sorry but why the f**k are they forcing you through this tutorial to teach you the most basic things that you will figure out in a few seconds if you just use the blimmin controls yourself?

They need to let people have fun experimenting with basic stuff like this.

Tell us about complex actions and stuff sure...but this is just pointless and stupid. I don't need to be handheld through these kinds of forced compulsory tutorials that I probably can't even skip.

You probably only have to do it once the very first time you load the game but still.
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03 Dec 2012 09:21

UK? It's the European version...
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03 Dec 2012 12:34

Brilliant! Stupendous! Quite jolly and rather lovely if I do say so myself. Crumpets?

Ahem... Anyway, it's cool I guess. Cute and all but not an essential difference. So I dunno, I guess keep on rocking, UK. I'm curious to hear it in other languages now...
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03 Dec 2012 12:37

I want her with a thick scottish accent!

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