The monthly link roundup is back after a short break. To tell the truth, this summer was fairly calm in terms of game localization-related content, and the list will be short this time, despite covering two months. Not to worry though, as September has already given us a lot to read about.
On a different topic, we’re making very interesting progress with our plans for the Japanese LocJAM. Things are starting to come together nicely, and we’ll definitely have a lot to talk about during the next few months.
Japan Localization – An interesting article about localization for the Japanese market, with lots of concrete examples
True tales from localization hell – More horror stories from our translator friends
The impact of localization on reviews – A study over 800,000 reviews from games available on the Google Play Store.
Localization on Unity: Adapting the Game Environment – Part 1 – A two-part article from the same blog as above, with practical advice for developers localizing their games in Unity