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Old 2006-11-19, 03:02   Link #161
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bah... not like it matters. Misuzu was lightyears better than Kanna. I could care less what happens to Kanna. I want Misuzu back!!!

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Old 2006-11-19, 06:34   Link #162
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If you have some time, you can dig into the Air Q&A forum
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Old 2006-11-19, 20:18   Link #163
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Old 2006-11-21, 16:18   Link #164
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Old 2006-11-26, 06:35   Link #165
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Old 2006-11-26, 19:01   Link #166
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Old 2006-11-27, 03:44   Link #167
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Old 2006-11-27, 07:39   Link #168
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I've just watched the series, very well done IMO. Animes don't usually invoke my emotions but this one sure did during the last episode.

Anyway, like Kanon, I want to understand the story deeper by reading the actual game script. Some of you guys here have mentioned that you have the actual translated game script. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I tried Google and GFaqs, the latter has one but it's still far from completion.
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Old 2006-12-02, 10:43   Link #169
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Some of you guys here have mentioned that you have the actual translated game script. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
Can you read traditional Chinese?
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Old 2006-12-02, 15:40   Link #170
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Nope. I guess the English version is simply not available then.

I guess I would play the game with a text hooker as my last resort. Frankly, I never tried this method before so does it work well, like is the translation using Atlas or any other program understandable? I never tried importing an H-game before too so can anyone here point me in the right direction?

Edit: Hang on, the traditional Chinese text can be translated no to English using translator program?

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Old 2006-12-03, 10:51   Link #171
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Hang on, the traditional Chinese text can be translated no to English using translator program?
Yes..... but they will be barely understandable. In addition, the total file size is around 12M (in PDF format), so it will take a really long time to translate them.
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Old 2006-12-22, 00:29   Link #172
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it's real. there reali is air the movie
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Old 2006-12-24, 05:56   Link #173
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Yes..... but they will be barely understandable. In addition, the total file size is around 12M (in PDF format), so it will take a really long time to translate them.
Thanks for the help, anyway. My copy of the game should be coming somewhere in the next week. I'll try playing it with a text hooker and ATLAS. I just pray that it's not going to be too unitelligible to understand.
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Old 2007-01-25, 14:40   Link #174
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I finished watching the AIR series a little while ago...and cryed like a freekin baby at the end of it...Misuzu...thanx for letting me cry...everyone needs to sometimes

I just watched the AIR Movie... and I cryed again even though I knew how it would end.....
once again Misuzu, I thank you. I truly hope you find peace and if so share it with the rest of us who needs it.
arigatou honto arigatou Misuzu
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Old 2007-02-03, 09:29   Link #175
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I finished watching the AIR series a little while ago...and cryed like a freekin baby at the end of it...Misuzu...thanx for letting me cry...everyone needs to sometimes

I just watched the AIR Movie... and I cryed again even though I knew how it would end.....
once again Misuzu, I thank you. I truly hope you find peace and if so share it with the rest of us who needs it.
arigatou honto arigatou Misuzu
all i can say to you is, i feel your pain !

iv never cryd to a anime or anything els going out of the real life.

I even rarely cry at anything but this is like, i wanna do /wriste but i dont feel like dieing so forget that :P
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Old 2007-02-08, 19:15   Link #176
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Old 2007-02-15, 01:24   Link #177
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Old 2007-03-11, 02:45   Link #178
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Somehow, I just preferred the movie to the series. Like, in each and every single way possible. I thought its story, though slightly altered, was much more concise and well-done in an overall fashion.

The series was really brought down by the same thing that all dating sim adaptations seem to go through; the arc dropping syndrome, where the character pretty much just gets written off as soon as her part of the story ends (even KyoAni's Kanon, which tries to get away from that, still can't seem to fully escape from).

Also, there's the fact that the story resets two-thirds in, with things now seen in the crow's (Yukito's) perspective.

And the whole amnesia business. What the hell? That was just unnecessary.

And there was also that atrociously corny speech by Haruka (to a crow) in the final episode.

The movie just cut all that crap and got straight to the point. Plus, it had a nice romantic theme to it. Okay, so it was not exactly loyal to the source material like the series, but it certainly captures the overall mood of AIR successfully.
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Old 2007-03-11, 19:55   Link #179
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It depends on how you define "the mood of AIR". If you look at it as standalone, sure, the movie may or may not be a better telling of the story. Since the mood of AIR is ultimately set by the game, the series does a better job relaying the overall feel.
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Old 2007-03-12, 03:35   Link #180
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And keep in mind that the series wasn't THAT faithful to the game itself. Alot of scenes and events from the game was omitted and some of them were even summarized. That's why 15 episodes (including summer specials) were not enough to fully express the story.
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