Diffrent languages

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  1. Intergalactic Trash Can

    Intergalactic Trash Can L2: Junior Member

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    Is it weird for people to have some games in one language and others in another? Much of my older games are in Canadian french and others (like TF2) are in English, Do other people face this issue or make their games only in one languages? I'm just wondering.
     
  2. Lampenpam

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    You mean in language they don't speak? If you don't speak french, why didn't you just change the language?
     
  3. Muddy

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    I once tried running TF2 in French but I found the voice acting to be nowhere near as good. Heavy, Soldier, Demoman and Sniper all sounded exactly the same as eachother.
     
  4. Intergalactic Trash Can

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    Yeah I think they are all the same voice actor.
     
  5. Intergalactic Trash Can

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    No in languages you do speak, et oui je parle en Fran├žais
     
  6. Dave Meowintons

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    The French voice actors deserves multiple awards and we all know it.
    Overwatch and TF2 in any language that isn't English are way more fun.
     
  7. Lampenpam

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    I see. Well when I started with PC gaming, the first few games I played in German, my mother-language. I started to switch to English though because the voice acting is just better, as it is with most original voice actings.
    I still like to compare localizations of games to the originals but now I play everything (also watch most shows) in English, simply because it is the best experience.

    Though the german voice actors of L4D2, were really good. I played that game in German for a long time, until Valve realized that the L4D1 characters in L4D2 still speak english. So they patched in the german voices of the first game in, which made me switch to English because the german voice acting in L4D1 is one of the worst you have ever heard in a game.