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6th Jul '16 9:26:14 AM Vorpale
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* Video game LetsPlay videos often have the author commenting on the game as they play. Whether this is helpful advice for the watchers, bouts of trivia about the game or series at hand, or filling the whole video with useless banter, varies from player to player.

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* Video game LetsPlay videos often have the author commenting on the game as they play. Whether this is helpful advice for the watchers, bouts bits of trivia about the game or series at hand, or filling the whole video with useless banter, varies from player to player.
6th Jul '16 8:58:53 AM Vorpale
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* Video game LetsPlay videos often have the author commenting on the game as they play. Whether this is helpful advice for the watchers, bouts of trivia about the game or series at hand, or filling the whole video with useless banter, varies from player to player.
25th Jun '16 9:48:48 AM trulymadmoves
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* Every musical number in ''WesternAnimation/QuestForCamelot'', of which all but one are intended to be quite serious and dramatic, is packed to the brim with {{Funny Background Event}}s which are extremely loud and ''not'' content to stay in the background.
4th Jun '16 4:14:08 AM jormis29
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* An odd and small inversion happens in some dubs of ''Film/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' (e.g. the European Portuguese and Spanish dubs). Near the beginning, young Ramses lets out a small "Mommy", but since he's obscured by his mother walking in front of him, these dubs leave him mute.

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* An odd and small inversion happens in some dubs of ''Film/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' (e.g. the European Portuguese and Spanish dubs). Near the beginning, young Ramses lets out a small "Mommy", but since he's obscured by his mother walking in front of him, these dubs leave him mute.
30th May '16 2:04:53 PM PhantomDusclops92
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* The Italian dub of ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' not only turns Taz from being TheUnintelligible to speaking in HulkSpeak, but in the episode "Taz and the Pterodactyl" they gave a voice to the Pterodactyl, adding to what originally was the story of Taz becoming friend with a Pterodactyl a new subplot about the prehistoric creature being [[SheIsAManInJapan a mommy Pterodactyl who decides to adopt Taz as her new son]].

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* The Italian dub of ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' not only turns Taz from being TheUnintelligible to speaking in HulkSpeak, but in the episode "Taz and the Pterodactyl" they gave a voice to the Pterodactyl, adding to what originally was the story of Taz becoming friend with a Pterodactyl a new subplot about the prehistoric creature being [[SheIsAManInJapan [[ShesAManInJapan a mommy Pterodactyl who decides to adopt Taz as her new son]].
30th May '16 2:03:53 PM PhantomDusclops92
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* The Italian dub of ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' not only turns Taz from being TheUnintelligible to speaking in HulkSpeak, but in the episode "Taz and the Pterodactyl" they gave a voice to the Pterodactyl, adding to what originally was the story of Taz becoming friend with a Pterodactyl a new subplot about the prehistoric creature being [[SheIsAManInJapan a mommy Pterodactyl who decides to adopt Taz as her new son]].
30th Apr '16 8:54:53 PM Pichu-kun
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** Taken to an extreme in [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xbocrb_winx-club-comparisons-cold-spell_shortfilms this video]], in which all the previously silent nightmares of the ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' have had plenty of dialog added to them.
** ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' also provides a case of this trope being a plot point: In a 2nd season episode, Musa notices a girl walking past her, and she realizes that it's Darcy in disguise. In the original, she walks past silently, but in the dub, Darcy says "Gag me" in response to their dancing, and her voice tips Musa off (and most likely the intended viewership, too, as she doesn't disguise her voice at all). (It's at the 1:00 mark in [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x37rql_winx-club-comparisons-party-crasher_fun this video]].)



*** It also features an extensive reworking of JoeHisaishi's original score (provided by the composer himself) for full orchestra, partially to make it more accessible to audiences uncomfortable with lengthy periods of silence in a movie. However, both Miyazaki and Hisaishi approved the new score. In fact, Hisaishi actually composed the new score himself.

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*** ** It also features an extensive reworking of JoeHisaishi's Music/JoeHisaishi's original score (provided by the composer himself) for full orchestra, partially to make it more accessible to audiences uncomfortable with lengthy periods of silence in a movie. However, both Miyazaki and Hisaishi approved the new score. In fact, Hisaishi actually composed the new score himself.



* Several dubs to ''Anime/SonicX'' have a [[BrokenBase very controversial]] example of voicing over mute scenes. In episode 52, one scene has Amy crying over how she was scared that Sonic wouldn't ever come back and sobbing how she would wait for him forever. Sonic's reply is deliberately mute in the original and even Amy's crying is silent afterwards. The English dub changes it so Sonic says "Don't you worry Amy. I never will [abandon you]" and has Amy's crying as audible . The French dub scene takes this up a level and has Sonic outright saying "Of course I love you Amy--forever".



* ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'': The English script adds [[TotallyRadical way cool dialogue]] in the place of grunts and silence.

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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'':
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''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'': The English script adds [[TotallyRadical way cool dialogue]] in the place of grunts and silence.



* ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' is [[MemeticMutation well-known]] for its constant barrage of CaptainObvious comments the characters spout (to no one in particular) in each level. This trope has to be the reason.

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* ** ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' is [[MemeticMutation well-known]] for its constant barrage of CaptainObvious comments the characters spout (to no one in particular) in each level. This trope has to be the reason.



** ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard 3}}'' does this in a similar vein (albeit there are much more cutscenes), and if main characters aren't talking {{mooks}} are.

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** * ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard 3}}'' does this in a similar vein (albeit there are much more cutscenes), and if main characters aren't talking {{mooks}} are.


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* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'':
** Taken to an extreme in [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xbocrb_winx-club-comparisons-cold-spell_shortfilms this video]], in which all the previously silent nightmares have had plenty of dialog added to them.
** The series also provides a case of this trope being a plot point: In a 2nd season episode, Musa notices a girl walking past her, and she realizes that it's Darcy in disguise. In the original, she walks past silently, but in the dub, Darcy says "Gag me" in response to their dancing, and her voice tips Musa off (and most likely the intended viewership, too, as she doesn't disguise her voice at all). (It's at the 1:00 mark in [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x37rql_winx-club-comparisons-party-crasher_fun this video]].)
28th Apr '16 1:56:45 PM rjd1922
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* Utilized in the English dub of Videogame/ValkyriaChronicles, usually when the camera cuts away to show something besides the characters.
* Actually a requirement for official certification for video games on Creator/{{Sony}} and {{Microsoft}} systems. They won't allow game developers any more than half a second of silent, black screen. This is to make sure that users don't think that their console has died. That being said, you can have all the ''silence'' you want, as long as you're not showing a black screen.

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* Utilized in the English dub of Videogame/ValkyriaChronicles, ''Videogame/ValkyriaChronicles'', usually when the camera cuts away to show something besides the characters.
* Actually a requirement for official certification for video games on Creator/{{Sony}} and {{Microsoft}} Creator/{{Microsoft|Studios}} systems. They won't allow game developers any more than half a second of silent, black screen. This is to make sure that users don't think that their console has died. That being said, you can have all the ''silence'' you want, as long as you're not showing a black screen.
11th Apr '16 2:32:22 PM clone799
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* An odd and small inversion happens in some dubs of ''Film/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' (e.g. the European Portuguese and Spanish dubs). Near the beginning, young Ramses lets out a small "Mommy", but since he's obscured by his mother walking in front of him, these dubs leave him mute.



* An odd and small inversion happens in some dubs of ''Film/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' (e.g. the European Portuguese and Spanish dubs). Near the beginning, young Ramses lets out a small "Mommy", but since he's obscured by his mother walking in front of him, these dubs leave him mute.

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* An odd and small inversion happens in some dubs of ''Film/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' (e.g. the European Portuguese and Spanish dubs). Near the beginning, young Ramses lets out a small "Mommy", but since he's obscured by his mother walking in front of him, these dubs leave him mute.
11th Apr '16 2:27:19 PM clone799
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** The Portuguese dub is particularly subject to this. A lot of the dubbed script was much shorter than the character's mouth movements would suggest, so the actors were told to either talk or grunt, as appropriate, to either fill space or whenever the lips kept moving. [[TropesAreTools Oddly enough, ]][[HilarityEnsues it worked most of the time.]]




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* An odd and small inversion happens in some dubs of ''Film/ThePrinceOfEgypt'' (e.g. the European Portuguese and Spanish dubs). Near the beginning, young Ramses lets out a small "Mommy", but since he's obscured by his mother walking in front of him, these dubs leave him mute.
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