Sony Computer Entertainment has released a new Japanese TV commercial of LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation 3.
Haven't been able to pass that level yet. That level is kinda hard. Anyway an awesome game for the PS3.
haha wait till you get to the big spinny wheel with different electrified levels in it... its a blast.... is it just me or is japanese just english with "u" at the end of every word?
It's you ;)
I've been to several Asian countries. Japanese for instance use some English words like "Milk" but they pronounce it "Milku". They add that "u" sound at the end of most English words they use.
Makes sense for LBP, but what about "Praystation Tree?" It's a japanese invention but they seem to pronounce it in quasi English...
Translation anybody? Sounded like Doramon for a sec there.
...the Exploramon? Heh heh. Sorry. Couldn't resist. But Yanikins is right, what's the deal with Japanese commercials featuring all that English? LeetleBeegPranetu, ftw!
They're saying things like, "come on!", "jump!". The guy that hits the lava said "atsui" which means hot. Also, the Japanese don't create Japanese words for foreign things, like titles and inventions. They simply transfer as best they can to their phonetic language. For example "Milk" is not Japanese so they say (Mi*ri*ku) "Milku". "Little Big planet" is not Japanese so they say (ri*tu*ra bu*ri*gu pu*ra*ne*to) "Little bigu puraneto". They do that, i think, to keep to language pure from outside influences.
That is just bad commercial.. They showed only 1 scene of the game.. and boring scene too.. maybe they should show a Japanese level with Ninjas or something.. that is just BAD..
more sh!ty sony advertising. i dont know why they wouldn't add the creative aspects of this game in the ad??? isn't that like one of the major selling points for it? from that ad it looks no different then mario, at least show its innovative parts then a bland and boring rip of Raiders of the Lost Arc
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