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Question Kill the LOUD RUSSIAN
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  11:25:02  22 May 2007
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ShadowWolf
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On forum: 05/15/2005
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I would never turn off my speakers, it immediatly removes the feeling of being in the game.
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Agreed, but the chernobyl powerplant made an exception. Maybe if it was random, like... every 10 seconds you could actually listen to it and think it adds something to the game but constant loop... bah.

Speaking of subwoofers, I'm almoast sitting on a 200W sub, can you beat that?
  11:37:28  22 May 2007
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Sevis
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On forum: 03/31/2007
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I would never turn off my speakers, it immediatly removes the feeling of being in the game.

Agreed, but the chernobyl powerplant made an exception. Maybe if it was random, like... every 10 seconds you could actually listen to it and think it adds something to the game but constant loop... bah.

Speaking of subwoofers, I'm almoast sitting on a 200W sub, can you beat that?
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Its constant, but there are many phrases. No idea what my sub is
  17:58:37  22 May 2007
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JunglePredator
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On forum: 05/02/2007
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I would never turn off my speakers, it immediatly removes the feeling of being in the game.

Agreed, but the chernobyl powerplant made an exception. Maybe if it was random, like... every 10 seconds you could actually listen to it and think it adds something to the game but constant loop... bah.

Speaking of subwoofers, I'm almoast sitting on a 200W sub, can you beat that?
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200 Watts of what is the question. I'd rather have a 50 watt well made sub then a 200 watt Altec Lansing or the like.

And trying to brag about what you have.. isn't impressive.
  01:23:33  23 May 2007
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Phrozin
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On forum: 05/09/2007
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Have to be Russian to enjoy the end?

Personally I don't understand what not being Russian has to do with it. I'm not Russian, but I love that voice. It sets the stage and, at least for me, it makes me pay attention more because I don't know what it's saying. It could be telling me "Look out you fool, something bad is going to happen!"

I always play with the volume up at a tremendously high setting so I can hear the enemy before I can see them. Plus, it helps me hear the sounds of conflict in the distance so I know which way to go

As for sound:
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6 Cerwin Vega VE-5M
Marantz SR9600

My neighbors hate me at night!
  08:31:03  23 May 2007
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soeren nissen
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On forum: 05/20/2007
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russians?

I guess you're both russians. So what was he actually saying?

come to me...you will gain what you deserve...your wish will soon come true...come to me...your path is drawing to an end...come to me...only one will be rewarded...come to me...I see your wish now....

and that voice is the best part of the level, very hypnotising too
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I only wish I'd have understood what he said. To me it sounded more like someone trying to make me not come!

I don't mind the stalkers in the camps and other random stalkers speaking russian, it's funny to listen to although I don't understand it - it's not important anyway, since you're likely to only sell them a few artifacts aso - although english speech/subtitles might have been nice, if you understood why they were all of a sudden laughing loud... the guitar play was great!

Besides, almost every story-objective gives you an english vocal briefing - but not that last voice in chernobyl. If it had been in english or translated to subtitles I would've accepted it as part of the game, the setting aso. I don't mind gooks in Vietcong games chattering Vietnamese either, but something I needed understand to stay "in-the-game", something as important as that last annoying voice in chernobyl, should've been translated to subtitles.
  08:32:53  23 May 2007
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soeren nissen
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if you care so much you can use the translated text make all the tarking the the language to whot you whont get the words right.
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Flibble, I like to read out loud how you type your english
  10:43:44  23 May 2007
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Sevis
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On forum: 03/31/2007
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russians?

I guess you're both russians. So what was he actually saying?

come to me...you will gain what you deserve...your wish will soon come true...come to me...your path is drawing to an end...come to me...only one will be rewarded...come to me...I see your wish now....

and that voice is the best part of the level, very hypnotising too

I only wish I'd have understood what he said. To me it sounded more like someone trying to make me not come!

I don't mind the stalkers in the camps and other random stalkers speaking russian, it's funny to listen to although I don't understand it - it's not important anyway, since you're likely to only sell them a few artifacts aso - although english speech/subtitles might have been nice, if you understood why they were all of a sudden laughing loud... the guitar play was great!

Besides, almost every story-objective gives you an english vocal briefing - but not that last voice in chernobyl. If it had been in english or translated to subtitles I would've accepted it as part of the game, the setting aso. I don't mind gooks in Vietcong games chattering Vietnamese either, but something I needed understand to stay "in-the-game", something as important as that last annoying voice in chernobyl, should've been translated to subtitles.
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What he is saying is not essential unlike what is translated, because the last level is linear enough for you to know where to go without him calling you. Its there for the atmosphere, so translating it would make it useless, just like if the enemies would swear in English when hit.
  10:56:18  23 May 2007
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conscript19
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On forum: 04/04/2007
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Chernobyl Voice

Why do everyone have to listen to that annoying stupid fucking russian inside chernobyl, who the hell understands what he's saying anyway? You can't even hear the action.

It makes me think of the french!
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1.It adds to the atmosphere and the ''fucking Russian'' voice is pretty good I liked it. I would prefer to hear native languages in games, cant stand in games when the Nazis are speaking English or Chinese praise China in English, It ruin the feel in game.

2.I understand what he is saying.

3.You can't hear the action cause the voice is in your head.... realistic you must agree. After all why do I need to listen to my guns firing loud ?
 
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