I'm actually curious what team you used in White 2 :3
I also got RE5 last year :)
That's a lot of games.
I played the English version of Colosseum back in 2004. This is just my first time playing through the Japanese version.
As a fan of the Paper Mario series, I really recommend that you buy Super Seal (Sticker Star), either through retail or on the eShop. It's true that the game throws away a lot of traditional RPG mechanics, but I found it to be a truly entertaining experience. Also, when you get the chance, make sure you play through all of the episodes of The Walking Dead. That game is a masterpiece.
Any thoughts on Colosseum?
I didn't know that you never owned Pokemon Colosseum until just this year, nor did I know that you were that much of a Dead Space fan, since most of the games you own seem to be games from Japan. And It's interesting to see you get both one of the last main Pocket Monsters games (Black) and one of the sequels (White 2) in the same year. I see those sequels threw you off at just the time you decided to wait for the presumed third installment.
Also, I hear you on not playing all of the games you bought that year; I have the same deal, with all the games I purchased from GOG and one or two console games that remain unplayed.
'Cuz adults think that pronunciation is more childish. :-P
it is fun to sake "i don't speak no moonspeak" though
it should be sunspeak because it's the land of the rising sun. duh.
Or maybe Gengar is the ghost of Clefable?
I blame meme lover :P In all seriousness it can be very irritating at times though.
Now try having people constantly inserting that moronic "ee" into your province/state name (Kay-bek, not Kwee-bek!) :p
Would you prefer it if I called it Atlantean?
(And of course, Japanese IS significantly more alien to the vast majority of us english-speaking fans - alien as in foreign - than most European languages, because they grew so far apart).
I have never heard of this.
I like the moon, though, and aliens.
I use the "é" letter in my everyday life, so I don't really have that problem either.
It has got to do with the English language somehow, as nobody I met has ever made that mistake.
I'm not from an English speaking country so I can't feel your pain. We just change the spelling of everything to match the way we spell things. :D.
In the first season, Ash always said "poke-uh-mon." That's how I've always pronounced it. It's the least awkward pronunciation in my opinion.