@britxmenyuan: You cannot change the language on the fly, nor can you change it between play sessions on the front-end menu.
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Hey folks. Quick, only slightly complex question:
I own Pkmn Y and have been enjoying it in English, but I also study Japanese and would love to pick up a copy of X and use it as a vocabulary study tool, since once you pick a language setting, you're locked to it unless (I'm guessing) you wipe your save.
My question: Does the language selection prompt at the front-end carry between versions? I recall reading somewhere in the manual that some settings carry over, but I've yet to find of if that applies to the language setting.
If you own both versions, did the game prompt you to select a language upon the initial boot of both?
It takes a lot to get me genuinely excited for a video game nowadays, but I would be all over a new Persona game.
It's unfortunate to hear about Atlus being in a weird spot (as they're one of my favorite publishers), but to be frank, given the popularity of the Persona series, even if Atlus goes under I'm pretty sure someone else out there would be more than happy to continue funding Persona 5's production.
I highly expect Persona 5 to be a PS3 game once it does come out (and possibly 360 as well, after P4A and all), and given how late Persona 4 was released on the PS2, this shouldn't be a shock to people (though I'm sure it will be anyway..)
Geez those are a lot of options.
Marriage seems nice to me in concept, but I've never met someone who I even considered the idea of marrying. I've seen several failed marriages play out right in front of me (one of which was my own parents') and there's a whole lot of anguish involved with two people getting a divorce, and not only just between the two of them.
So getting married isn't the sort of thing I'm interested in doing unless I'm absolutely 125% certain that I've met the person I want to be with until death.
Marriage seems like something that a lot of people rush into (at least where I was raised). Rushing into something as big as that is pretty foolish.
I wouldn't say it's necessary, but I do like it. I've gotten so used to it that playing with it turned off feels odd to me. Rumble is one of the reasons I actually prefer a lot of genres on the consoles versus the pc (unless the game in question supports it of course). It's something you don't get with mouse/keyboard.
I'm actually pretty bummed that the XBone will have rumble in the triggers instead of the resistant stuff that they were talking about on the bombcast awhile back. Having resistance on the triggers for something like Forza would be amazing, imo.
Maybe rumble in the triggers is cool though. It'll be interesting to see.