- May 8, 2007
Either this game features a flashback cutscene detailing what the heck Donald was referring to, or I'm cancelling my pre-order.
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That seems to be the intent.What the heck is THAT supposed to mean?! Is Donald trying to bring Goofy back to life with the promise of food?...because if so, that'd be pretty effective.
How baffling to change bribing Goofy with food to the apology. I'm always curious about the reasons for changes like this.It's a mistranslation. Or perhaps more accurately, a rewrite.
In the Japanese version of the game, Donald saysã€Œã‚°ãƒ¼ãƒ•ã‚£ãƒ¼ã”é£¯ã ãžï¼ã€or, "Goofy, there's food!"
Donald saw into the future and is apologizing ahead of time, obviously.
I'm hoping there is some sort of callback to that moment when Donald "dies" in the Keyblade Graveyard. Something like Goofy promising him a bunch of gold and jewels if he wakes up
That seems to be the intent.
The line SENA wrote seems to be referring to the scene where Donald eats the sea-salt ice cream, while Goofy protests.
But it's not as though Goofy wanted to eat it himself, he was cautioning Donald that it might not be safe.
Not sure what the logic was with whoever wrote that line.
Oh...I always thought this too lol.
I guess the real answer is KH2's dialogue wasn't really great as it is, and then the English version seemed to make it even worse lol. With numerous issues like this and Goofy wrongly gendering which Royal banished Pete.
It surprised me too. Never considered it a bad word. Rude maybe, but not a top tier swear.
Actually goofy and Donald weren't at Disney Castle/town when it occurred. They could have found out about the banishment but thought Mickey did it though.