Because I’m so good at it, I just didn’t know if I could do this or not. I thought I knew this would be a cool topic. I’m on the fence, so I’ll be posting if it’s worth the wait.
You might get a few gaelic speaking characters and some of those would be scots. I don’t think it would take too long for people to learn how to speak gaelic as it’s pretty much the same language across the board.
It turns out that the developers at Arkane are not exactly the most fluent in English, so they decided to go with the gaelic voice track to make it easier for the English speakers to understand what the characters are saying. I think they’re also making a point of the fact that the people who speak gaelic are not necessarily going to be the most well-educated.
The voice track for the game is produced by a company called Lyrics. While the game itself is set in Scotland, it is actually set in Ireland. And yes, it’s a fair amount of Irish.
This is a fair point. The people who speak gaelic were not all that well educated. So I think you could argue that it wasn’t fair to them to use their language as a plot device.
This is a fair point. It is not always an accurate depiction of the language. In fact, the Irish language has many words that are not actually in the Irish alphabet. So yes, its not fair to use the Irish language in a context where it doesnt have a definition. But when you have a language which has over a thousand words and a hundred different pronunciations, its not really something you can simply ignore.
What’s more, this doesn’t just apply to the Irish language. In many Romance languages, words are pronounced differently based on the region of origin. In English, the word “dance” can be pronounced as “dah-zee” or “dah-daw” and so on. In many languages, words can be spelled in a variety of different ways, often having as many different spellings as there are people in the language.
When you’re reading this trailer you will get a taste of the new characters and the new technology and the new world where they all live. Most of my readers will probably be into the new time-looping stealth, but it’s great to see so many people get to experience what it’s like to have time off from work and the work of a lifetime.
For me, I’m a big fan of all the different spellings people can use for the same word, so I’m really enjoying the new spellings for “dah”, “daw” etc. I might have to watch the trailer to see how they all spell things more intelligently. For me, the most memorable part of the trailer is the new technology. I’m really looking forward to what they can do with the new engine.
The new engine (and the old engine) uses the same code base that was used to power the game on the Xbox 360. So it’s the same engine that was used to power the original Xbox that’s going to be used for the PC version on which the game will be released.