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A couple months ago I released my very first Legends of Localization book – in it, I explore the localization for the original Zelda game, as well as related merchandise, marketing differences, and more. If you’re a Zelda fan, a retro gaming fan, or even just someone interested in obscure game trivia, it’s right up your alley. (BTW, if you request it in the order comments Poe and I will gladly sign your book for you!)
Anyway, now that the Zelda book is done, I’ve turned my focus onto the next book: EarthBound! Planning for the book is underway and I’ve already begun the writing process. It’s going to be much more in-depth than my online version and will include many new topics. It’s already looking to be twice the size of the Zelda book!
It’s going to be so in-depth that we’ve even been researching the details behind the scratch n sniff campaign.
On a lark, I was like, “Hey, wouldn’t it be neat to include scratch n sniff samples as a bonus?” The fan response was intensely positive, so we’ve been looking into the feasibility of making this happen. And during our talks with companies in this industry, we were told:
“The scents that were used in the 90’s have been banned due to chemical compliance.”
Anyway, the point of all this is that I want to make sure that this EarthBound localization book covers as many interesting topics as possible, so if you have a question or a topic you’d like me to cover, let me know here in the comments or send an e-mail to email@example.com
Also, you can sign up here to be notified when the book is released!
We’re currently aiming for a release a few months from now. Hopefully I’ll be able to cover lots of interesting topics from readers that I wouldn’t have thought about myself!
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31 Comments to Give Me Your EarthBound Localization Questions!
- DJ: From what I’ve gathered I’m pretty sure he still writes copy, so they’re an ad company.
- cosmodos: What does his company even do? Is it actually lucrative? From what I can gather (not knowing Japanese), it’s just his blog, and he...
- Jason: http://www.ipokiso.com/company /2017/hobonichi.html The anticipated price per share is 2,300 yen. As for those wishing to purchase a share...
- Leeaux: Hey I just saw this! Really interesting watch to. Lots of little fun facts.
- Mary: The “behind the scenes” video on how the Ness animation was made is great too. The animators channel is A + Start.