Many of the phrases that are said inbetween English sentences are wrong. A Turkish friend of mine was very confused when playing through the game; apparently whenever they say good or great, they actually say "beautiful" (almost a synonym, but she said it was the word beautiful in an aesthetic sense). She told me that many of the phrases that NPCs say are nonsense, like they were translated through google or something. Did they mess up Italian as badly in 2 and Brotherhood? Some of the accents were pretty cheesy, but I never thought they actually would get the language wrong. Did any Italian speakers notice anything? Historically they get many facts wrong as well. Many things about the Borgias were inaccurate in Brotherhood.
Poor Turkish Translations
I don't mind when it's historically inaccurate, I loved the Borgia stuff even if it didn't actually go down like that, but it is a bummer when they take shortcuts with the language. Luckily for me, I don't speak Italian or Turkish, so the immersion is left undisturbed.
First of all, I am a Turk(Turkish) who lives in Turkiye. I can say Turkish accent in ACR is pretty funny. There's not so many mistakes in grammar but pronunciation is terrible. Besides that, there is incredible mistakes about historical events and places. In the game, you can see mosques that didn't exist that time. But even those are just little mistakes. In that time Istanbul(Konstantiniyye) was almost destroyed by earthquake which called Kucuk Kiyamet (Little Apocalypse). But wait, there is no such thing like that in ACR?! That's not a surprise, though. Ubisoft did same thing before, repeatedly... Look: www.1up.com/features/assassins-creed-historical-inaccuracies And there'll be huge mistakes again...
Sorry for being late to post this reply. I'm glad to help you.
@Detrian said:Is your friend from the XVI century? Cause language changes over time.
They're not speaking Olde English in it though, so that doesn't exactly apply.
Sure it does. The English parts are translated via the Animus into modern English for Desmond, they're not translated into Old English. The untranslated parts are exactly as the person said them at that point in history.
Not saying that Turkish from that period is any different from modern Turkish nor am I defending their Turkish translations, as I have no knowledge of either.
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