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You're not wrong, but you could be talking about most JRPGs from the 1990s.FF4 SNES's translation was so god awful that the translator got fired and Ted Woolsey had to be hired.
Wild Arms, Grandia, Xenogears, and many others come to mind.There's a bunch of fixes for Xenogears, but no retranslation effort. If someone does the work in retranslating Xenogears, maybe those patches could be added in as options. There's also an undub patch for Grandia, but nothing else. No such luck for Wild Arms.
Be careful what you wish for, Square-Enix will release a mostly faithful remake with amazing remastered 3D graphics and symphonic sound, but they will change the ending to something quite different just to generate controversy and the free press that accompanies it. And maybe to get you to buy the re-remaster in 20 more years.Enjoy remake and then get excited for next remake.
If they're going to add one more Pokemon to Smash Ultimate, it's probably going to be a Gen 8 rep. and it's probably going to be Raboot, because he's one of the most popular new Pokemon in Sword & Shield.Why Raboot instead of Cinderace? I already know that Pichu and Pikachu exist. Though considering that it could be a music related Pokemon, I'm going with Rillaboom because there are no fully evolved grass Pokemon playable in Smash (Fire has Charizard and Incineroar, while Water has Greninja), along with the fact that Rillaboom's signature move is Drum Beating, and that Rillaboom can learn various sound moves, such as Uproar and Boomburst. My complete out of the left field picks would be Ryu Hayabusa or some other third party character from a company with zero representation in Smash.