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Author:  Fisher [ Tue Sep 05, 2017 3:36 pm ]
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I remembered a few more:
Raiden on SNES' MK1 seemed to say "Vai no cabaréééé" (Go to cabaret).
On MK2 it sounded sometimes like "Vai no Caverá", Caverá is a small balneary we have in my town.
On Skate or Die 2 the voice at the title sounded like "Gay or die!".

Author:  B00daW [ Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:36 pm ]
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Why did Capcom think that shitty and choppily-animated "HD" remake of Street Fighter was a good idea?

Author:  Myask [ Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:00 pm ]
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Choppiness is, I suspect, because of frame-based hit/hurtboxes and adding frames would change gameplay balance…or make the hit/hurtboxes not make visual sense. (Not sure why this is in the misheard VA topic, though.)

Author:  Fisher [ Mon Sep 11, 2017 2:27 pm ]
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Although I haven't played that game, I think sometimes game producers just want some quick and easy money, just as is Ninja Gaiden Trilogy.
It's a total disrespect to the fans, who had made the franchise what it's today.
Any misheard voices in this HD version?

Author:  qalle [ Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:13 am ]
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In Wolfenstein 3D, I heard Otto Giftmacher say Anna vetää! ("Get lost!" in Finnish). It's actually Donnerwetter! ("Damn!").

Author:  tepples [ Tue Nov 07, 2017 10:38 am ]
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Jedi QuestMaster wrote:
[In Double Dribble,] Here's what I heard:

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Could you clarify?

Keywords for search: Brad "rainwarrior" Smith calls Double Dribble "Bubble Bibble"

Author:  thenendo [ Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:38 pm ]
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Blades of Steel when you pass the puck: “Pat the palm!”

Author:  Fisher [ Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:16 am ]
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The hero of the MasterSystem's version of Shadow Dancer seems to invoke his magic powers with his mouth full of food.
Maybe that's why his mask is covering his mouth so he won't spit in anyone. :D

Author:  qalle [ Fri Dec 15, 2017 4:42 am ]
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The Berserker monsters in Quake II: Se ois tässä!, which means "It's here!" or perhaps "This is it [the end of your life]!" in Finnish. (Actually, they say Trespasser!)

Author:  psycopathicteen [ Fri Dec 15, 2017 8:00 am ]
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Fisher wrote:
The hero of the MasterSystem's version of Shadow Dancer seems to invoke his magic powers with his mouth full of food.
Maybe that's why his mask is covering his mouth so he won't spit in anyone. :D

He is saying "Donald Trump's wife is in trouble!"

Author:  Fisher [ Fri Dec 15, 2017 5:03 pm ]
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qalle wrote:
Actually, they say Trespasser!

Isn't this that exactly what Raphael says on SNES' Tournament Fighters? :D

Author:  Punch [ Fri Dec 15, 2017 5:15 pm ]
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psycopathicteen wrote:
Fisher wrote:
The hero of the MasterSystem's version of Shadow Dancer seems to invoke his magic powers with his mouth full of food.
Maybe that's why his mask is covering his mouth so he won't spit in anyone. :D

He is saying "Donald Trump's wife is in trouble!"


The voice isn't all that important, what I want to know is who's giving that YAAAAAAAA! scream. Don't know if it's the player casting his magic or the enemy (getting stabbed? he is drawing his sword and pointing it somewhere.)

Wow that's a cool use of an excellent voice sample. This feels like one of those games where I'd be playing even if it's bad, just to do that all the time. :lol:

Author:  Fisher [ Fri Dec 15, 2017 5:22 pm ]
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Punch wrote:
This feels like one of those games where I'd be playing even if it's bad, just to do that all the time. :lol:

That's the "spirit"!! :lol:

Author:  qalle [ Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:10 pm ]
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Fisher wrote:
qalle wrote:
Actually, they say Trespasser!

Isn't this that exactly what Raphael says on SNES' Tournament Fighters? :D

I heard Told ya! and Señorita! in that clip.

Author:  Fisher [ Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:17 am ]
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On Raphael's projectile attack I hear "jamboree". :-)

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