Localizers for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Turn Character Trans

Video game localizers are at it again, and the newest target for their vandalism is the remake of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The game features a character named Vivian, who, in the Japanese version, is a boy who dresses like a girl or a really effeminate boy, which is called otokonoko in Japanese. But in the American version, localizers have changed the dialogue to make the character transgender, now having him/her tell Mario, “It took me a while to realize I was their sister… not their brother.” The change can be seen in the X posts below:

Is anyone sad that these people are in danger of being replaced by AI? This is the point folks like Mark Kern and Savvy Artist have been making about localizers: they don’t mold games to American culture but to their weirdo left-wing radical culture. (Although, to be honest, the original version is still a weird thing to put in a kids’ game, which is probably why the 2004 American version changed the character to a girl.) It’s not an accident that they’re doing this in a game that will be played by a lot of kids, either; there has been a concerted effort to convert children to the church of woke for years, which is why this stuff is being taught in schools. Video game localization is one of the many professions with a unique ability to indoctrinate children that these monsters have infiltrated, and they’re making good use of their positions. It shouldn’t be all that surprising, though, considering the list of duties Nintendo of America assigns its localizers. I didn’t expect NOA to be as bad as it is, but it looks like another brand typically associated with children is no longer safe for the young ones. I hope enough people learn about this that parents can protect their kids from it, as they increasingly have been with Disney.

Comments (1)

May 22, 2024 at 2:26 am

Ironically, it was the creep from Doctor Who that gave the best advice. If you don’t like it, “Go Touch Grass.”
Instead of boys in dresses, they should hit the grass fields and go run around and ditch these wack psyop games, bad TV shows, and awful movies.

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