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    #21

    Re: Was and have/has been

    Thank you, guys!

    @Raymott:
    I don't think the coders work on the language as well.
    There are special persons for such things, persons as you
    The games I play never made any bad impression to me.
    I believe it's right but I just wanted to know why it's right.

    @mxreader:
    Okay, I will try to look at this way as you describe it.

    Cheers!

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    #22

    Re: Was and have/has been

    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare85 View Post
    Thank you, guys!

    @Raymott:
    I don't think the coders work on the language as well.
    There are special persons for such things, persons as you
    The games I play never made any bad impression to me.
    I believe it's right but I just wanted to know why it's right.

    @mxreader:
    Okay, I will try to look at this way as you describe it.

    Cheers!
    Maybe in the games that find their way to Germany. Or maybe standards have improved. I have a few old (10-15 years) Asian computer games released in English, and the dialogue is abysmally funny.

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    #23

    Re: Was and have/has been

    'HAS WAS GLOBALLY BANNED'
    That's not important whether he is still banned. You are only informing that
    once he was. Nothing more.

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