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Even the WeebCast is a podcast dedicated to all thing Japanese, and you’re able to listen focusing on the joys and woe of localization, which sometimes slides right into 36, today.

We talk about quite a few examples out of positive to negative, and its possible to provide a localization its at exactly the exact same time enjoyable for the player and loyal to the original.

In addition to that, our weeb hosts (yours truly and Staff Writer Emily Hobbs) talk about the latest Japanese game information, and everything Japanese games and arcade from past week.

Since you might have discovered while listening into the first episode (which was concentrated on Yoko Taro’s genius), DualShockers’ Weebcast is a weekly podcast devoted to our passion to get JRPGs, visual novels, anime, manga, and Japan generally.

It frees one of the principles of DualShockers’ doctrine, as our site has ever been built on the idea embracing our passions, and which explains the reason we’ve been trying to create a safe haven where gamers can be weeb as much as they desire, and be completely proud of this.

Please do keep in mind that this very much in an experimental phase. Ideas and constructive criticism are absolutely encouraged and welcome, so please make them at the remarks below. They’ll help us grow in the long term, although we can’t promise we’ll follow all of them.

Now, without further ado, you can listen to the DualShockers’ Weebcast beneath, either on Soundcloud or YouTube. You can also listen to iTunes if you so desire.

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