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> Sub vs Dub: The Eternal Debate, Split from Random Thoughts
Hannah
Posted: Jan 27 2015, 07:11 PM


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MGS is predominantly English first now as a whole, isn't it? Not just the dub.
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I meant more in terms of development, but yeah, that too.

It's gotten to the point where we get the games before Japan.

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I usually prefer subbed anime but if I'm doing something else or I'm just too lazy to read the subs in general (which most of the time I'm not) I'll just watch the dubbed version

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QUOTE (JeffreySoftbark @ 2 hours, 1 minutes ago)
I usually prefer subbed anime but if I'm doing something else or I'm just too lazy to read the subs in general (which most of the time I'm not) I'll just watch the dubbed version.

I think nowadays dubbed anime is a lost art-form, unless it's a big production.

I always liked the option to choose between 2 or more languages on the fly ~ it's a really helpful tool for studying Japanese & other languages.

Likewise you get to hear either good or hilarious dialogue in English, a plus for people like me that are passionate about ADR, singing, and acting. ♪ ♫

But yeah it's definitely a lost art, usually cause of budget & time constraints. Hopefully the future will still see more good animation both subbed & dubbed tho right! happy.gif

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