More Kyousou reviews, as requested. …later.
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Release format: MKV (329 MB, 8-bit), 1080p MKV (554 MB, 8-bit), 480p MKV (150 MB, 8-bit)
Japanesiness: Honorifics. Some words are left in Japanese, almost like this is a show for anime fans. Perish the fucking thought.
English style: American English.
Encoding details: http://pastebin.com/AxnT03q4
Speed: Quick (<48 hours)
Translation style: Crunchyrip. Literally.
N/A. This is a Crunchyroll rip.
The typesetting is as you’d expect from Crunchyroll.
This is more awkward than a fansubber trying to impress someone.
“You’ve been making mistakes ever since we started, but this time you’ve gone too far!”
“What seems to be the issue?”
No need to be extremely specific here like the original lines, since the whole scene is rather easy to understand. Best to take the opportunity to err in the favor of English.
No. You can’t just fucking TL “hai” as “yes” every goddamn time it comes up. Why? Because no one fucking responds to someone giving them something with “yes”.
Unless your parents fucked up (and I would never imply that anime fans’ parents went wrong somewhere), the proper, common response is “Thanks.”
“his land”? Call it Japan or “his homeland” if you must.
Adjectify your English portfolio, Crunchyroll.
-the one I recommend
Did he literally say “my favorite” in Japanese? No. But this is how a human being would have a fucking conversation. Unless he’s one of those stuck-up yelpers, “the one I recommend” is never gonna be a line out of his mouth. It’s too fucking impersonal.
I’d like to interpret this mumbleglish as clever innuendo, but seeing as this show’s equivalent of the laugh track didn’t pop in at this point, it’s hard to come to that conclusion.
“No I don’t.” is a better choice.
Watchability: Quite watchable.
Visual grade: N/A
Script grade: B+
Overall grade: B+
Crunchyroll put out a surprisingly sugoi script for this show. Beyond what I pointed out, there really wasn’t much wrong here.
HorribleSubs is proving itself once again to be the best fansub group on the market.