Yer,Connery on the British army... 'men, we are about to fa(sh)ce our sworn enEmies and AdveRseries- The Na(sc)zis, the S(Sh)cam of humanitEy'... I really loved that British actor (From Transporter)'s voice in COD1. It was jsut so cool hearing his voice and it made COD so well, celibrity-ish (In a good, classic sense). Would love to have FH do that... Althuogh, that myt not be that cheap
British commander: "were loosing this battle start fighting harder!" AUSSIE: F**K OFF (no sir)
Not Commander Voice related but please remove the 'over' at the end of the german ingame radio messages. That sounds pretty strange. :uhoh:
'Fordere Abholung an, over.' (Requesting a pickup, over.) or 'Fordere Sanitäter an, over' (Requesting a medic, over.)
Source:http://youtube.com/watch?v=jjmlgB45PWM Cheers Apo
Nothing is real, Everything is
20th July 2006
the German for over is rüber
Am I the only one that think we may not want Rammel/ President Eisenhower/ Churchill ect be the voice for what is essentially a Company-sized group of players?
Emperor Norton I;3383749the German for over is rüber
I meant that the english word 'over' is just not fitting in a german radio message in WW2. :uhm: Simple word by word translation does not work sometimes, 'rüber' fits only when getting over something. 'Climbing over a fence. > Über einen Zaun (rüber-) klettern.' In a german radio message the right term would be '... . Kommen.' at the end of a regular message you are awaiting an answer to and '... . Ende.' at the end of the last one you send. Cheers Apo
SUTTO;3382099British commander: "were loosing this battle start fighting harder!" AUSSIE: F**K OFF (no sir)
LOL! I regret drinking Dr. Pepper on that one. No, Frederf, I don't think I wouldn't want the Theater Commander (Ike) either unless it was D-day. Or Churchill except on The Battle of Britan. Yet Rommel was well known for 'feeling the battle with his fist.' Kudos if anyone can post the German phrase he used/coined to describe it.
edit: Oh yeah, I never said it had to make sense but I thought it'd be fun
As long as it's not 4-star generals, I'm happy. I take offense to the notion that every soldier in WWII had some personal pep talk from Patton or Omar Bradley.
Only if through political pressure one was forced to apologize for say... slapping them.:naughty: Even then it would probably have been very indirect given Old Blood and Guts reputation. Okay, thinking about it now I'm not sure any communication between Patton and his subordinates involved much "pep"ing. More like "Move you sonofabitch!" "I gave you an order!" "Kill those sorry hun bastards or I'll put a boot in your ass!" "Where are my supplies and why weren't they here yesterday!?" Maybe I'm inflecting too much of George C. Scott's portrayal of Patton but then again he may have been quite accurate... plus I think he started as a 3-star General in WWII, didn't he? (not to split hairs or anything)
Maybe, I'm too politically corect, but can the swearing in voice messages be toned down in FH2. Not done away with , but done realistically to convey the urgency of the message rather than simply show the speaker's penchant for cussing (Aussies, ofcourse). Besides, don't forget, jsut as you shouldn't make a sequel to a PG13 movie rated R, you should try to keep the Teen rating for BF and indeed, FH as a whole.