Silly question: What made you choose that name?
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I'm guessing its the bad Chinese impression that the Siamese cat does, that the bone of contention there.
My favourite is Mulan although I would kill for a version with no fucking singing in (this what kills my enjoyment of most Disney animated movies for me), failing that Dumbo, I know the crows are a bit of a stereotype but they just crack me up.
I know only the French version (Tout le monde veut devenir un cat, where cat is the english word, referring to the music band, and not to the animal), the racism isn't obvious at all in the french lyrics.
To the contrary, the movie seems to plead for melting-pot : there are cats of almost all races, each helping each other, even the group count what can represent blacks (scat cat), irish, asian, whatever (O'Maley), and the song is complete when the all-white Duchesse plays the harp.
I really wonder what can be in original lyrics to motivate such a reaction...
The Aristocats is my favourite, mainly because music is actually part of the film, and all the stereotypes about French and Paris So charmant
A shame it's considered as one of the poorest WD.
Among the "recents", I'd say Alladin as well. Even if I find it's kinda of an empty shell.
And it emphasizes the trend of the charismatic bad guy with the near-to-transparent hero a little too much (it'll get worse after).
Anyone else experience the wonders of Sleep Paralysis?
^ported to both the Genesis and the TurboGrafx-16.
@Tharthan, wasn't one of my favorites, but I believe the GBA shoot 'em up/RPG was Sigma Star Saga.
@M-Tee, as an arcade exclusive, Arkanoid Returns might be another good 2 player suggestion for a couple. Twinkle Star Spites(also Neo-Geo, Neo-Geo CD, Saturn, Dreamcast, PS2, and evidently some version of Virtual Console) is a competitive split screen cute 'em up.
I'm one of those people that's really picky about voice-acting in games. At least when it's in Japanese I can't tell if it's bad or not, so I don't find it to be a distraction that ruins the experience for me.
There were a lot of unlicensed/pirate Russian games in the cartridge era. Barver Battle Saga: Tai Kong Zhan Shi had a Russian localization as a "Final Fantasy" game.