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TC, in this case you have to think on other perspectives too. It' not only DubxSub (EngxJap), you have to remember that worldwide people recognize more the original voice. For example, I'm from Brazil, I watch tha anime with the original audio and portuguese subs. The only time I get to know the english voices are in the games, and this when I forget to put japanese voices from the start. The english voices, be them good or bad, are strange to me, in the other hand, the japanese voices are very well known by me. The same happens with people from other countries.
So since we're talking about internet videos, upload them with the original voices (that everyone knows), and not the english voices.
it doesn't matter to me either way i don't bother thinking about how the voices sound when i play im either to busy watching my opponent and learning how they play and coming up w/ strategies or just not thinking about anything at all and reacting to what happens in battles as fast as possible in the most effective
I play by sound almost as much as I play by sight so it's important to me to stick to the voices I know from the anime in the game as well.
trust me i know were your coming from i played with friends IRL in dragon ball raging blast 1&2 w/ my eyes closed going on sound alone (and won i should add lol )
when it comes down to it how the voices sound don't matter there are some instances were attacks are called differently between sub and dub ( Raikiri and Lightning Blade as an example) but having started Naruto w/ Dub then switched to sub for Shippuden i know mostly what both the sub and dub sound like so it doesn't matter which i hear im indifferent about the voices