If they took out the japanese honorifics...

#1Darky1992Posted 1/26/2013 5:48:06 PM
Would that make the game better or worse for you?

If there were no honorifics I would actually prefer the dub to the japanese voices. Ugh, Persona 3 was terrible too. JUUNPEEIKOON
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#2FireDragoon18Posted 1/26/2013 5:50:43 PM
Wouldn't care either way.
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#3Inertion5Posted 1/26/2013 5:51:43 PM
#4FScellPosted 1/26/2013 5:52:02 PM
It would make the localization better.

Wouldn't impact the game very much.
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#5_BTT_Posted 1/26/2013 5:52:45 PM
I don't think I'd really care, but I do like when Rise calls me Senpai . . . .
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#6RasolisuPosted 1/26/2013 6:22:46 PM
It would be much worse, it is set in japan so they should be used it adds a lot to the relationships and various cultural inflections. Part of the appeal of Persona to western audiences is the fact that it is a different culture.

If it wasnt set in japan the it would be ok to ditch them.

Consistent use of them however would have been great one way or another. The Mr. or Mis vs Sensei with the teachers, the -san in game then Yosuke's use of "Miss Amagi" in the quiz game, Big Bro vs Onii-chan (the latter is much more appropriate and not unusual for those even unrelated to use it)
#7Mystickay86Posted 1/26/2013 6:38:39 PM
I prefer the honorifics.
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#8Birth_By_SorrowPosted 1/26/2013 6:55:02 PM
I like the honorifics. Gives it a sense of authenticity. And like someone said, I like being called "senpai" especially by the ladies. :)
#9SmashStrikePosted 1/26/2013 7:07:38 PM
I don't really care.
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#10metamaraPosted 1/26/2013 7:13:10 PM
Don't care, unless they revonate the lines into what they did to mark.