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Just wanted to tell you, you have been doing great work uploading images for game jutsu. SimAnt 22:58, January 2, 2011 (UTC)

Thank you, happy to help. --Freakinerd (talk) 07:22, January 3, 2011 (UTC)

Jutsu names

Like SimAnt, I also noticed that you upload quite some game jutsu images? I'm assuming you have the game. It was brought to my attention that certain Naruto games can have the language changed from English to Japanese. Now, I don't know if that change affects the entire game, or just certain parts, like dialogues and cutscenes, but if it is possible, and the change affects something during battles, either audio or video, do you think you could get us the Japanese name for the game jutsu you usually upload images for? Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 12:42, January 18, 2011 (UTC)

Do you mean something like for example, in Japanese Shino Aburame yells Hijutsu: Mushidama and in English he yells Hidden Jutsu: Insect Bog. while the literal english it means Secret Technique: Insect Sphere, but the game dialogue says it is Hidden Jutsu: Beetle Sphere.

There are some Jutsus in the game they do not yell out, both English and Japanese, but for non-ultimate Jutsus, the names can be seen at the bottom screen when used, but can be found in this website.

The game can switch from English to Japanese, only the audio, which can be heard in his video. Not my videos --Freakinerd (talk) 00:45, January 19, 2011 (UTC)

I knew about the names showing up in boxes, I saw those in some of your images. What I mean is the following: take one of the jutsu which has a named showing up in a box, like Kakuzu's Weird Mask Blast Flames. Does he yell the name of this jutsu or does the name just show up when he uses it? If you change the language to Japanese, does he yell its name in Japanese? Is the name of the jutsu in the box showed in Japanese? Depending on what happens, we might be able to get the Japanese name and make the literal translation, while also listing the English name. In another example, the first Sai move from the first link. It isn't named and a box isn't show, but I believe there is a page for it in the wiki, something like Hawk and Lion combo (or something else along those lines). If these jutsu are not named, they should be properly tagged as unnamed, unless of course they are named in some sort of game manual, official source or similar. Game jutsu is an area we don't usually get much accuracy, so this is a great opportunity to make sure we list them as faithfully as possible. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 02:20, January 19, 2011 (UTC)

For some like Kakuzu, he does not yell the name of his attack in English nor Japanese. For some Ultimate Jutus that was not yelled out, like Sai, which is called Super Beasts Imitation Picture: Armor Collection (Super Beasts Scroll: Armor Collection in game, don't know how they got a Japanese translation), the English game name for the move was found in the command list.

The videos I posted earlier should show all the jutsus that they yell or not. And the Gamefaqs link shows all the names of the attacks according to the command list.

I also noticed that in English that the characters don't say the moves they used but changing to Japaneses does when compared.

I apologize if I'm not giving the right information.

If you like I can try and compile the voices of the characters to the moves that does not have literal translation to them.--Freakinerd (talk) 03:36, January 19, 2011 (UTC)

Rōmaji doesn't work everytime, though in some cases, it might be worth a shot. The best possible scenario for finding these names is to look for the command list in Japanese. The problem is finding them, checking the commands against something like the gamefaqs link should be easy if the ones in Japanese have graphic representations as well. Omnibender - Talk - Contributions 04:31, January 19, 2011 (UTC)

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