The business of localizing Japanese games is anything but a smooth trip overseas.
It actually makes a lot of sense.
I'm not laughing.
"Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector" is going global.
Is someone working on “beef up” as a thing?
It's an attempt to explore how our minds might work when we're totally aimlessly clicking—and to create art while doing it.
As languages expand, historically, they've also simplified. What rules will English shed as it becomes entrenched as the world's lingua franca?
Since roughly the 1960s, written American English has slowly diverged from the English of our British cousins. Relative to the British, American writing is more emotional now. OMG ALL CAPS!
It's all sorts of weird.