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Famitsu scans: SRW OG Gaiden [Hi-res]
December 21, 2007, 7:24 pm
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Famitsu scans : SRW OG Gaiden [Hi-res]

 

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geh…chinese language…
but picture is really hi-res.
thank you.

Comment by oh

chinese?…..where?

that is japanese my friend, dont u even know where does SRW comes from ??

Comment by FinVortex

It is Chinese, I am pretty sure of it. (After all, it’s my mother tongue)I guess it must be the Chinese version of Famitsu.

Comment by Ang

it is really chinese ? i see katakana

Comment by NT1

I think it’s famitsu chinese version.

Comment by superrobotwar

I think chinese too. Although it have katakana but it is only character and robot’s name.

Comment by Jack149

Too bad it’s chinese and I cannot speak
chinese..

But the pictures are clear, though :)

Thanks !

Comment by SRW big fan

You gaijins sure don’t even know how to tell the differences between Chinese characters and Japanese characters, and yet you still want to behave Japanese. Hah! What a laugh.

Comment by codename:v

Woah, there’s a Chinese version of Famitsu now?
…damn I’ve been missing out, I can actually read this

Comment by Anonymous

Dona Garaga? this girl new chara or from compact 3 ?

Comment by ubr

“You gaijins sure don’t even know how to tell the differences between Chinese characters and Japanese characters, and yet you still want to behave Japanese. Hah! What a laugh.”

So you understand both chinese and japanese?

Comment by besi_tua

Actually, MANY scans that this site has posted is actually the Chinese version. It’s just that none of you have brought it up until now.

Comment by squall23

“You gaijins sure don’t even know how to tell the differences between Chinese characters and Japanese characters, and yet you still want to behave Japanese. Hah! What a laugh.”

I KNOW Japanese and I put some translation
regarding the 3 three new gundams in
Gundam 00 under “New mobile suit from gundam oo”

It’s definitely not Japanese and since all
texts is written in Kanji/Chinese character then it must be CHINESE. (I’m not sure whether it’s the
traditional or simplified version though)

Comment by SRW big fan

@SRW big fan: It’s traditional Chinese. :)

Comment by Ang

…where would you get these said Chinese famitsu?

Comment by Anonymous

Many gaijin cannot only make a difference between japanese or chinese but between asian people, languages, movies and so on. BUT, how many asian can make a difference between gaijin ?

Comment by Titano Blaster




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