One word: Savages.
You know...since changing the thread's title, you may have inadvertently scared off potential posters. Means less people for you guys to
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Er... what happened to this topic? I see no discussion of the... well, topic.
The Original is much better in my opinion. The voices are better and suit the characters more. Everything is 100% as intended.
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why don't you step to me
let me take you for a ride
i'll take you where you can run
but you can't hide
c'mon and step to me
shame the devil, tell the truth
fooling yourself makes a fool out of you
I like it raw beacause i'm Japanese(half) but sometimes I like it subbed because there are some words I haven't plain studied.
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I prefer subbed, personally. I'm lucky in that I can read really fast, so I still have time to look at what's going on. Besides, most of the animes I watch either don't have an English dub or have an extremely obnoxious dub (I'm looking at you, 4Kids).
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I don't care either way. It's not like you can't read words on a screen or just listen to them.
You watch Dinosaur King and Yu-Gi-Oh 5Ds? Why? They can't be obnoxious if they're bad.Originally Posted by Mr. Meep
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Naomi Tamura- Ready Go! (Pokémon)
Susume! Susume! Kimi to nana iro no niji koete Onward! Onward! Cross the 7 colors of the rainbow with me.
Ready go! Motto touku! Ready go! Even farther!
Kumo wo tsuki nuke sora e ta Go through the clouds to the sky!
Except with FMA. But definitely subbed for everything else.
I've been meaning to watch Cowboy Bebop for sometime, but haven't got round to it. But I have heard the dub is better so when I watch it, that's what it'll be.
I used to like subtitles, but lately, I've been leaning towards dubbed voices. I don't want to have to shift my focus to the bottom of the screen.
Japanese films are an exception for me. I prefer to have them subtitled.
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