Re: Katawa Shoujo 2 Cancelled
Posted: Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:45 pm
Because we got bored of the secret 4LS base in Copenhagen, obviously.
(Where's the Walkthrough?)
We should really start paying him for thisComrade wrote:I wonder how many times Mirage will have to yell at people here until it goes through.
For all the things he does for KS THIS should be what he gets paid for?Munchenhausen wrote:We should really start paying him for thisComrade wrote:I wonder how many times Mirage will have to yell at people here until it goes through.
We're inferring your tone from the amount of times you had to repeat the obvious.Mirage_GSM wrote:Hey, nobody get's paid here - not even the devs
Besides I don't think I ever yelled at anyone...
That's not true. And I can prove it:besides, in German, everything sounds like yelling.
Since SC doesn't like foreign languages and Google will probably mangle this beyond comprehension - it's a bit archaic - I'll also provide a translation:Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben wrote:Im Rosenbusch die Liebe schlief,
Der Frühling kam, der Frühling rief;
Die Liebe hört’s, die Lieb’ erwacht,
Schaut aus der Knosp’ hervor und lacht,
Und denkt, zu zeitig möchte’s halt sein,
Und schläft drum ruhig wieder ein.
Der Frühling aber läßt nicht nach,
Er küßt sie jeden Morgen wach,
Er kos’t mit ihr früh bis spat,
Bis sie ihr Herz geöffnet hat,
Und seine heiße Sehnsucht stillt,
Und jeden Sonnenblick vergilt.
Hey! It may be a pointlessly confusing mess of a language, and probably the worst possible choice for a global Lingua Franca, but it does not sound unpleasant! And it sounds many much better than French does! In fact, it was a perfectly normal, non-confusing language until that Norman bastard came and ruined it by pumping it full of French!Zarys wrote:Yes French sounds many much better. it's sad that the international language is English : a unpleasant language (because germanic) that has the flaws of the too poor language but is still idiomatic (and therefore can't be completely mastered by those who aren't native or having learned very young)...