By now, you’ve probably seen the lengthy interview with Katsura Hashino from last December’s Persona Magazine. Most western fan where not privy as to what the contents of the interview entailed, well, that is until freelance English-Japanese translator and Persona fan Pepsiman was kind enough to do a full translation of the interview.
Pepsiman has been doing various translation work for some time now, and he’s been especially awesome to the Persona community as of late. So we thought it’s be cool to have him on the podcast, and low and behold–it’s happening!
So if you have any questions for Pepsiman regarding his work, or just translation work in general, please leave a comment below! This is your chance to get advice from a pro. It all goes down on the 27th Episode of S. Link FM.
Spoiler warning: We dissect many details of Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc’s plot in this episode.
Casual Saturdays is back, and this time the discussion focuses on Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc. Definitely don’t listen to this episode until *after* you’ve completed the game. If you had no intention of playing it, you really should. There’s a reason why so many Persona fans are really digging this game.
A wise man once suggested that keeping it real sometimes goes wrong, after today’s episode, we’re inclined to disagree. For the 25th episode, we had the pleasure of having voice actress Amanda Winn Lee on the podcast with us. It was a total blast, we covered a lot of ground with this one, probably far more than we needed to, but hey–you’ve always wanted to hear about the seedy underworld surrounding the Amagi Inn, right?
Thanks to Amanda for joining us, she was the funniest person we’ve had on the podcast to date.
It’s been a good while since we’ve had a big name guest on the podcast, hasn’t it? Well, that’s about to come to an end, as Amanda Winn Lee will be joining us next Episode! Amanda has been working as a writer, ADR director, and voice actress for many years now–Oh, and Persona fans probably know her as the voice talent behind Persona 4’s Yukiko Amagi.
Amanda has voiced several other characters within Megaten, such as Argilla in the Digital Devil Saga series, Yoshino Harusawa in Devil Survivor Overclocked, and even Ulala in the original release of Persona 2: Eternal Punishment.
Oh, and of course, she’s also well known for her work on the original Neon Genesis Evangelion series! So if you have any questions regarding her other roles, feel free to ask away! As with every other guest, questions are just limited to just Persona.