Submitted by Lavalamp 957d ago | interview

8-4 Ltd. On Communicating Meaning With Localization

Siliconera writes, "After talking with the Fossil Fighters: Champions team about making dinosaurs collectable, Siliconera spoke to Mark MacDonald and John Ricciardi from localization studio 8-4. 8-4 are the wordsmiths behind the Nintendo DS​ game and a shelf of other titles you may have played including Nier, Tales of Vesperia, Monster Hunter Tri, and Dragon Quest VI​." (8-4 Ltd., Culture, Dev, Fossil Fighters: Champions, Industry, John Ricciardi, Mark MacDonald)

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