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Is Persona 5 REALLY Releasing 2015 In the West?

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Will it make it?

Yes 45 40.54%
 
No 66 59.46%
 
Total:111

I doubt it from the first day they said it...



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outlawauron said:
patronmacabre said:

Strangely enough, contrary to what you would expect, I'm fairly certain most of the (at least English-speaking) fanbase would prefer the English dubs. One of Persona's strongest features is its voice cast (both Japanese and English), and the English dub of Persona 4 certainly helped to jumpstart both Troy Baker's and Laura Bailey's careers. 

As someone who's generally pretty neutral on the whole dub vs. sub debate (I prefer whichever one is better), I personally find the English voice cast in Persona 4 to be vastly superior to the Japanese voice cast. In Persona 3, they're about equal, though.

I honestly can't tell if this is sarcasm. You clearly like it, but then list two of the most retread voice actor as they appear in dozens of games every year.

For P4, the English dub isn't bad, but not every character is done well. There's a reason why Chie was recast each time.

Chie sounded way too manly in the first Dub, in my opinion. That doesn't change the fact that she is the best girl.



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The_Sony_Girl1 said:
outlawauron said:
patronmacabre said:

Strangely enough, contrary to what you would expect, I'm fairly certain most of the (at least English-speaking) fanbase would prefer the English dubs. One of Persona's strongest features is its voice cast (both Japanese and English), and the English dub of Persona 4 certainly helped to jumpstart both Troy Baker's and Laura Bailey's careers. 

As someone who's generally pretty neutral on the whole dub vs. sub debate (I prefer whichever one is better), I personally find the English voice cast in Persona 4 to be vastly superior to the Japanese voice cast. In Persona 3, they're about equal, though.

I honestly can't tell if this is sarcasm. You clearly like it, but then list two of the most retread voice actor as they appear in dozens of games every year.

For P4, the English dub isn't bad, but not every character is done well. There's a reason why Chie was recast each time.

Chie sounded way too manly in the first Dub, in my opinion. That doesn't change the fact that she is the best girl.

Every female character sounded pretty off often. Chie just stood out the most for not fitting in at all.

While I enjoyed her character, definitely not best girl.



patronmacabre said:
outlawauron said:

I honestly can't tell if this is sarcasm. You clearly like it, but then list two of the most retread voice actor as they appear in dozens of games every year.

For P4, the English dub isn't bad, but not every character is done well. There's a reason why Chie was recast each time.


What I meant to imply was that neither actor had major roles when Persona 4 was released and now they're everywhere. While you can argued that they're both heavily overused (it's no fault of them, voice acting is a tiny community), they're both highly talented at their profession.

And I liked the original voice of Chie. But I'm pretty sure I'm alone on that. I admit she did sound a bit like a fourty-year-old.

Troy might have gotten a boost thanks to Persona 4, but Laura was Lust and Kid Trunks!



Bet with Xander XT: 

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outlawauron said:
The_Sony_Girl1 said:
outlawauron said:
patronmacabre said:

Strangely enough, contrary to what you would expect, I'm fairly certain most of the (at least English-speaking) fanbase would prefer the English dubs. One of Persona's strongest features is its voice cast (both Japanese and English), and the English dub of Persona 4 certainly helped to jumpstart both Troy Baker's and Laura Bailey's careers. 

As someone who's generally pretty neutral on the whole dub vs. sub debate (I prefer whichever one is better), I personally find the English voice cast in Persona 4 to be vastly superior to the Japanese voice cast. In Persona 3, they're about equal, though.

I honestly can't tell if this is sarcasm. You clearly like it, but then list two of the most retread voice actor as they appear in dozens of games every year.

For P4, the English dub isn't bad, but not every character is done well. There's a reason why Chie was recast each time.

Chie sounded way too manly in the first Dub, in my opinion. That doesn't change the fact that she is the best girl.

Every female character sounded pretty off often. Chie just stood out the most for not fitting in at all.

While I enjoyed her character, definitely not best girl.

But yeah, I actually like Rise the best. Yukari is best girl in the Persona series, in my opinion.



Bet with Xander XT: 

I can beat more games on his 3DS than he can on my PSVita in a month. Loser has to buy the winner a game on his/her handheld Guess who won? http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=193531

Me!

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Have faith in Atlus !



The_Sony_Girl1 said:
patronmacabre said:
outlawauron said:

I honestly can't tell if this is sarcasm. You clearly like it, but then list two of the most retread voice actor as they appear in dozens of games every year.

For P4, the English dub isn't bad, but not every character is done well. There's a reason why Chie was recast each time.


What I meant to imply was that neither actor had major roles when Persona 4 was released and now they're everywhere. While you can argued that they're both heavily overused (it's no fault of them, voice acting is a tiny community), they're both highly talented at their profession.

And I liked the original voice of Chie. But I'm pretty sure I'm alone on that. I admit she did sound a bit like a fourty-year-old.

Troy might have gotten a boost thanks to Persona 4, but Laura was Lust and Kid Trunks!

She was kid Trunks? I didn't know about her until Shin Chan.

Anyways, for anyone worried about the lack of Persona 5 footage, Atlus never really showed us much for their previous games - just like two trailers at most. It was delayed from 2014 for the new consoles, and they probably pushed it back further for a worldwide release.



I'm doubtful, but TGS is tomorrow, so we'll probably find out then.

Though it honestly doesn't matter much to me when it comes out. I AM looking forward to playing it, but if a delay means a better game, then I'm all for it.



We'll find out today (or tonight)!! I'm thinking of a December launch.



I'm not counting on it, why set yourself up for disappointment?