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Translated versions ? - 12/1/2007 3:58:09 PM   
La Provence


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What about the avalaible language ?

French, Deutch, Italian ... ?

At least for the screens
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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/1/2007 6:50:50 PM   
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And Chinese and Russian

Now there is a market for us!

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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/1/2007 8:30:21 PM   
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It might come in 7 "major" languages initially. ^(~,~)^

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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/2/2007 12:09:08 AM   
La Provence


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Naomi

It might come in 7 "major" languages initially. ^(~,~)^



No, initialy (early 18th century) all the meeting and the diplomacy were in french !
It was the universal language of this time

Like english now


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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/2/2007 2:30:21 AM   
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If a 'Kilingon' version does not come out

I shall be sorely disappointed

And revise my decision to buy this game!

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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/2/2007 10:58:48 AM   
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Cher monsieur!

Unfortunately for francophones english is now what french used to be. So given your example ...

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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/2/2007 11:15:32 PM   
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It's not a problem for me because I know very well this boardgame.........and Napoleonic history.

But commercially, I suppose you'll lose a lot of potential gamers !
(A so much complex and important rules, in a foreign language, will be repellent).

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RE: Translated versions ? - 12/3/2007 3:59:31 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: La Provence


But commercially, I suppose you'll lose a lot of potential gamers !
(A so much complex and important rules, in a foreign language, will be repellent).


Is it like the way they would risk losing the patronage of the Swedes if not granting their nation a major-power status in the game? Heh. *(^o^)*

Perhaps, those eager enough for the game might get to hone their command of that foreign language while getting a hang of the game.

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