A lot of players don’t like listening to English dubs for Japanese games for one reason or another: while in the past some dubbing works were really bad, the same can’t be said for now, when a lot of games feature top voice acting. But everyone has his own taste and so some still prefer to listen to Japanese voices in their favorite games.
Resident Evil 6 and Dragon’s Dogma fans will be happy to know that Capcom will be including Japanese voiceovers for both titles in the near future: Dragon’s Dogma will be getting them through its expansion, Dark Arisen, which will be released on Xbox 360 and Ps3 later in April. Resident Evil 6 will be getting a yet to priced and detailed extra DLC. Most of the times, developers can’t include Japanese voiceovers due to some licensing issues but it looks like Capcom is willing to go the extra mile to provide gamers with what they truly want.
Not too many companies are doing this as of now: almost all big rpg publishers aren’t including dual voicovers due to space limitations and when they do get included, they create some bad situations, like Atlus region locking Persona 4 Arena on Ps3, the only Ps3 region locked game so far. It seems like we can’t always get the best of both worlds!
Article from Gamersyndrome.com
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