Today we’re happy to present the second of five interviews with the staff who helped create euphoria! These interviews have been translated from euphoria‘s original website. This second one is with Chief Graphics Designer, PONSUKE. Continue reading
Today we’re happy to present the first of five interviews with the staff who helped create euphoria! These interviews have been translated from euphoria‘s original website. The first one is with Chief Graphics Designer, Hyoujou Aoi. Continue reading
Hi, I’m Cafe. I translated Sweet Sweat in Summer: The Naughty Girl and Her Ripe Scent (Natsuiro Mikan ~Ecchi na Shoujo to Shitataru Nioi~). You might be wondering why we went with that title instead of the rather simple “Natsuiro Mikan”. The reason for this was because we wanted to better portray the meaning of the Japanese title in a way that was direct and got right to the point in English. Continue reading
Today we have a few words to share from our translator for Higurashi no Naku Ni Hou: Onikakushi available this Friday on our website and Steam! Continue reading
We’re back again with a word from our translator for eden*, DS55. More after the jump!
Hi! Cafe here with another translator’s corner for Space Pirate Sara. I’m going to be covering the h-scenes featured in Space Pirate Sara today.
Hi! Cafe here. Space Pirate Sara is the third Lilith game MangaGamer will be releasing and the second title I’ve translated for them.
It’s fine time we had another Translator’s Corner article. This time around, we’ll be talking about the translation of Imouto Paradise! and all the fun that entailed.
Today we’re proud to present some comments from the creators of Lapis Gunner! Continue reading
So much excitement!
I suppose there comes a time for any freelance translator in this line of work to translate nukige. If I was expecting not to do that then certainly I am working for the wrong company. With that said, I did jump at the opportunity to work on T!GISE (abbreviated due to the long and extremely unwieldy title). Certainly, having worked on darker titles in the past, I was all for something a bit more light-hearted. Given the title and the story, I think I found a winner in T!GISE. Softhouse Seal has a way with titles if nothing else.