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« Reply #1460 on: November 27, 2009, 07:33:56 PM »
Ok I'm done! That took a while (I kept having to check gamefaqs to know wtf she was talking about, in addition to having to check a dictionary once in a while >_>).

Annnnnd here's the incomplete translation since SOME pages are missing....>_>

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Q: What's your play style?
A: I'm the type that likes to level up, and take detours from the main quest. (Me: Level grinder and compulsive explorer! Like me! XD) I explore the map from one end to the other, and I hate it if I'm unable to open every single treasure chest in the game. (Me: Wow, hardcore.) I usually leave my PS2 connected to the power outlet, and just switch it on automatically once I get home (Me: Really hardcore...) Also, sometimes I level up too much and I defeat the boss too easily. Usually I like fighting from an advantage, so I'm like "If I get this strong, everything should be alright."

Q: Isn't it tough leveling up?
A: I like leveling up gradually. That's why in FFX, I always walk around a lot in the Calm Lands to collect monsters (Me: For the battle arena...god, this girl really does everything!).

Q: Which scene in the series left the deepest impression on you?
A: Hm, that's difficult, there are quite a lot... The one I like best is probably from FFX? After fighting this jelly-like boss, there was a scene where they (Yuna and Tidus) were in Macalania Lake. The boss was pretty difficult, I had to try several times before I beat it to see the scene. It really remained in my heart. Also, another unforgettable part was FFX's Seymour. Even though I trusted him, he betrayed us halfway through the game. "What the hell, who's this ruthless person?", is what I thought. When we fought in Gagazet, it was a really tough battle and I was like "Why you...!" while I was beating him up. (Me: How cute, I wanna see her play!)

Q: You really get emotionally involved while playing. So, who are your favorite characters?
A: I have a lot for this too. For FFVI, it's Edgar. The way he shows off his machines is really cool. If it's FFIX it has to be Kuja. He's cute even though he's the enemy. But I really like Vivi too since he's so tiny...

Q: All of those aren't the protagonists...
A: I like the enemies too, probably. Kefka's great too, like his "kekeke" laugh. Ah, of course I do like the allied characters too, but I prefer the more unusual characters. For FFX, if not Yuna, then Lulu or Rikku. My mom was watching me play FFVII, and we both thought Tifa was good.

Q: Do you talk to the other Morning Musume members about games?
A: Lately although everyone is into female-oriented games on the DS, sadly I don't. But previously I was playing Final Fantasy Tactics on GBA at the same time with Yaguchi Mari, so whenever we met up we would ask "Did you play yesterday?" and go on from there. At that time, I was the first to clear the game, you know?

Q: Where do you check for information on games?
A: I usually just go to the stores and pick them personally. It's usually there where I find out "Such games are coming out too?". Also, I sometimes also buy strategy guides. But I try not to rely on them too much, and use my own strength to complete them the first time, before referring to the guide on the second playthrough (Me: second playthrough...how does she find the time...). I then do it all over again while reading the guide.

Q: Incidentally, your parents who introduced you to the FF series, do they still play games?
A: My father just finished FFX lately. He said it was interesting. But he's really slow, don't you think? *laughs* I'm from Fukui, and my dad normally lives in Fukui, but when he comes to Tokyo to visit me, he brings his memory card along to play. Well I understand his feelings though. My liking for games has certainly been inherited from my parents.

Q: What are your thoughts after watching the video for FFXIII?
A: It's practically a movie, isn't it? It looks so real that I felt sucked in. I was really moved when I saw FFX for the first time, but this was even more moving than before.

Q: You've played the trial version and really got into it, eh?
A: The battles, especially "summoning", were really beautiful! I only summoned Shiva and Odin, but I already liked Shiva from before and I was really happy. I really want to see Bahamut, actually I want to see everything!

Q: You've given high marks for the battles. Which item do would you rate the highest in it?
A: Ah, that's what has to be taken into account isn't it? I personally like the command battle system. Doing actions while watching the movie was really cool, so even though I was wondering how the controls worked during it, being able to pick the skills used was fun.

Q: For FFXIII, the level system is different from usual, and the characters level and grow separately in each preset role (character classes). (Me: Didn't they do this for FFV before?)
A: Eh?! Is it similar to the Sphere Grid from FFX? I really enjoyed filling that up... Even though it took a lot of time. I'll work hard!

Q: There are a lot of characters who appear in the movie, can you tell us which character you are paying the most attention to?
A: That girl with the black hair...there was a scene where they fought as enemies, but afterwards she joined as an ally, yes?

Q: Indeed that was a hidden character. To be able to notice that from a short viewing, you have good observation skills!
A: Well she was very pretty so it got my attention. But I was thinking earlier that she probably won't be a key person. So she's really a key character? Yay!

Q: You seem to be more interested in the sub-characters than the protagonist.
A: Ah, but that girl who was going to get married...Sera, was it? The protagonist's sister. She said "Protect...". How will it turn out?

Q: Right now we're drawing the character models one by one, it sort of feels like the development of a drama.
A: Really? I can't wait! It'll be great to have voices for them too. I saw on TV that there were going to be seiyuu (voice actors), and I think it makes it easier to be more involved with the story this way.

Q: How did you feel after going through a test play today?
A: Actually I've already seen the trailer from the official site, I felt betrayed, but in a good way. "We're going this far?! Awesome!!!", that's how I felt. *laughs* The visuals and battles have all improved. When the sphere grid from FFX appeared, even though I felt like it has changed, it was more like it evolved. As expected of the Final Fantasy series.

Q: So what do you think is the charm of the FF series?
A: The story. I am surprised by it every single time, and I end up getting emotionally involved with it. I end up crying with the characters and stuff like that. Also, I like the battles. To fight, and level up. Even though there are other games that are similar, I still prefer FF... The story and protagonists change every time, I always think "this is it, this is the world I want to see". Also, I love the music. It draws you into the game.

Q: That's some high praise. What does FF mean to you then, Takahashi-san?
A: Speaking from the heart, I feel like "I want to be here", and it's a soothing place for me. I love fantasy worlds like Harry Potter too. Putting myself where the characters are and enjoy the ride is the best.

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Will add more when the missing pages are finally found. XD
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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1461 on: November 27, 2009, 08:55:13 PM »
^ Aww, bummer. So far those two pages are all I can find... will be on the lookout.

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Miki's wedding reception, Takagaki edition.  :P

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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1462 on: November 27, 2009, 09:24:44 PM »
She's such a geek, but that's why we love her! :lol: :heart:

Although I'm jealous that she got a chance to play XIII. lol

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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1463 on: November 28, 2009, 01:13:59 AM »
After reading that article, I think I've fallen in love :wub: :wub: Thanks for the translation Estrea!! :D

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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1464 on: November 28, 2009, 02:27:24 AM »
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Q: Incidentally, your parents who introduced you to the FF series, do they still play games?
A: My father just finished FFX lately. He said it was interesting. But he's really slow, don't you think? *laughs* I'm from Fukui, and my dad normally lives in Fukui, but when he comes to Tokyo to visit me, he brings his memory card along to play. Well I understand his feelings though. My liking for games has certainly been inherited from my parents.
:shocked his dad plays FF... and has his own memory card... i can't even imagine my dad doing that  :lol: different cultures.


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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1465 on: November 28, 2009, 05:04:05 AM »
FINAL FANTASY XIII TGS2009 Trailer

this one must be the trailer she saw...  IS TOTALLY A DORAMA, my sister watched this and loved it

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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1466 on: November 28, 2009, 07:29:07 AM »
Level-grinder that loves non-main characters and gets emotionally involved into the story...
Ai... you cannot possibly be any more hotter. :wub: tears of joy~ :cry:


thx Estrea & Stryfe!

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« Reply #1467 on: November 29, 2009, 09:29:27 AM »
Like I can't even put into words how much I love it that Aichan is a Final Fantasy geek. ;_; :heart: That interview was so beautiful. These gaming interviews are so much more interesting than most other stuff that I read about Momusu/idols. :lol: BUt of course that's because I love FF, too. ahhh
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« Reply #1468 on: November 29, 2009, 09:32:13 AM »
^Yes, that's why I will translate any article where Aichan is being an FF geek. :D Just throw the articles my way and I'll do it. :lol: Need to share the awesomeness of her sheer geekiness!

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« Reply #1469 on: November 30, 2009, 06:45:54 AM »

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« Reply #1470 on: November 30, 2009, 05:25:10 PM »
Ai-chan is perfect!!! Singing , dancing, etc, and even being fan of the best videogame franchise ever (at least for both of us)

And I though I was hardcore ... I mean, she did complete the sphere grid in FFX, I gotta say I came close, but still I haven't finished it.
Each day I love this girl more and more  :wub:

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« Reply #1471 on: December 01, 2009, 09:37:56 PM »


 :love:

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« Reply #1472 on: December 01, 2009, 09:47:31 PM »
 :inlove: :inlove: :inlove:

so cute :runs over to Gaki to show her this:
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« Reply #1473 on: December 01, 2009, 10:23:55 PM »
She's sooooo attractive in that picture!!

Gorgeous!!
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« Reply #1474 on: December 02, 2009, 03:52:48 AM »
Today, when I got up from bed I realized it’s not the lost phone that causes me to be sad but the fact that there was no Ai-chan’s wake up call/alarm anymore who’d greet me each morning and during my afternoon naps after three (almost) months of getting used to it   :gyaaah:




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Re: The Takahashi Ai Thread (高橋愛) [+133 pages]
« Reply #1475 on: December 02, 2009, 04:54:51 PM »
Full Scan for the Aichan x FF magazine interview


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« Reply #1476 on: December 02, 2009, 07:21:57 PM »
just incredible Ai and FF  :wub:
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« Reply #1477 on: December 03, 2009, 08:00:16 AM »
Full Scan for the Aichan x FF magazine interview


Translation by Estrea and Fenrir:

Q: Your first experience with video games was FF, right?
A: That’s right. My parents played FF on the Super Famicon (Super Nintendo), so I grew up watching them play. But, at that time, there were only 3-4 save spots and my parents hated to have a saved game written over, so they would always warn me not to touch it.

Q: So when was the first time you played?
A: FFVII. This was on the PS and you can save many times on the memory card, so that’s why I think they let me play (laughs). But, I was still little, so it was hard. The submarine event was the hardest part. The first game that I beat was FFIX. My father bought it and let me play first. I finished sooner than expected and my mother praised me saying, “That’s amazing.”

Q: Is that when you became a fan?
A: Yes. The characters were so cute! I played FFVIII on the PS after that and I remember it was harder than FFIX. “Zonbinoiru… Nozonomachi?” I like that place a lot and always played it over and over. Even now I play FFVIII sometimes.

Q: Playing the games in reverse sequence, you played FFIV or FFV after that?
A: No, I was very into FFX. It was before I joined Morning Musume and I brought the game with me to Tokyo to play, but soon I got busier and busier. Because there was less and less sleeping time, I played little by little in my spare time. Recently, I’ve been playing FF Dissidia on the PSP.

Q: So, you can play whenever then.
A: When we’re traveling and if we’re riding the shinkansen, I would immediately start!

Q: What's your play style?
A: I'm the type that likes to level up, and take detours from the main quest. (Me: Level grinder and compulsive explorer! Like me!  ) I explore the map from one end to the other, and I hate it if I'm unable to open every single treasure chest in the game. (Me: Wow, hardcore.) I usually leave my PS2 connected to the power outlet, and just switch it on automatically once I get home (Me: Really hardcore...) Also, sometimes I level up too much and I defeat the boss too easily. Usually I like fighting from an advantage, so I'm like "If I get this strong, everything should be alright."

Q: Isn't it tough leveling up?
A: I like leveling up gradually. That's why in FFX, I always walk around a lot in the Calm Lands to collect monsters (Me: For the battle arena...god, this girl really does everything!).

Q: Which scene in the series left the deepest impression on you?
A: Hm, that's difficult, there are quite a lot... The one I like best is probably from FFX? After fighting this jelly-like boss, there was a scene where they (Yuna and Tidus) were in Macalania Lake. The boss was pretty difficult, I had to try several times before I beat it to see the scene. It really remained in my heart. Also, another unforgettable part was FFX's Seymour. Even though I trusted him, he betrayed us halfway through the game. "What the hell, who's this ruthless person?", is what I thought. When we fought in Gagazet, it was a really tough battle and I was like "Why you...!" while I was beating him up. (Me: How cute, I wanna see her play!)

Q: You really get emotionally involved while playing. So, who are your favorite characters?
A: I have a lot for this too. For FFVI, it's Edgar. The way he shows off his machines is really cool. If it's FFIX it has to be Kuja. He's cute even though he's the enemy. But I really like Vivi too since he's so tiny...

Q: All of those aren't the protagonists...
A: I like the enemies too, probably. Kefka's great too, like his "kekeke" laugh. Ah, of course I do like the allied characters too, but I prefer the more unusual characters. For FFX, if not Yuna, then Lulu or Rikku. My mom was watching me play FFVII, and we both thought Tifa was good.

Q: Do you talk to the other Morning Musume members about games?
A: Lately although everyone is into female-oriented games on the DS, sadly I don't. But previously I was playing Final Fantasy Tactics on GBA at the same time with Yaguchi Mari, so whenever we met up we would ask "Did you play yesterday?" and go on from there. At that time, I was the first to clear the game, you know?

Q: Where do you check for information on games?
A: I usually just go to the stores and pick them personally. It's usually there where I find out "Such games are coming out too?". Also, I sometimes also buy strategy guides. But I try not to rely on them too much, and use my own strength to complete them the first time, before referring to the guide on the second playthrough (Me: second playthrough...how does she find the time...). I then do it all over again while reading the guide.

Q: Incidentally, your parents who introduced you to the FF series, do they still play games?
A: My father just finished FFX lately. He said it was interesting. But he's really slow, don't you think? *laughs* I'm from Fukui, and my dad normally lives in Fukui, but when he comes to Tokyo to visit me, he brings his memory card along to play. Well I understand his feelings though. My liking for games has certainly been inherited from my parents.

Q: What are your thoughts after watching the video for FFXIII?
A: It's practically a movie, isn't it? It looks so real that I felt sucked in. I was really moved when I saw FFX for the first time, but this was even more moving than before.

Q: You've played the trial version and really got into it, eh?
A: The battles, especially "summoning", were really beautiful! I only summoned Shiva and Odin, but I already liked Shiva from before and I was really happy. I really want to see Bahamut, actually I want to see everything!

Q: You've given high marks for the battles. Which item do would you rate the highest in it?
A: Ah, that's what has to be taken into account isn't it? I personally like the command battle system. Doing actions while watching the movie was really cool, so even though I was wondering how the controls worked during it, being able to pick the skills used was fun.

Q: For FFXIII, the level system is different from usual, and the characters level and grow separately in each preset role (character classes). (Me: Didn't they do this for FFV before?)
A: Eh?! Is it similar to the Sphere Grid from FFX? I really enjoyed filling that up... Even though it took a lot of time. I'll work hard!

Q: There are a lot of characters who appear in the movie, can you tell us which character you are paying the most attention to?
A: That girl with the black hair...there was a scene where they fought as enemies, but afterwards she joined as an ally, yes?

Q: Indeed that was a hidden character. To be able to notice that from a short viewing, you have good observation skills!
A: Well she was very pretty so it got my attention. But I was thinking earlier that she probably won't be a key person. So she's really a key character? Yay!

Q: You seem to be more interested in the sub-characters than the protagonist.
A: Ah, but that girl who was going to get married...Sera, was it? The protagonist's sister. She said "Protect...". How will it turn out?

Q: Right now we're drawing the character models one by one, it sort of feels like the development of a drama.
A: Really? I can't wait! It'll be great to have voices for them too. I saw on TV that there were going to be seiyuu (voice actors), and I think it makes it easier to be more involved with the story this way.

Q: How did you feel after going through a test play today?
A: Actually I've already seen the trailer from the official site, I felt betrayed, but in a good way. "We're going this far?! Awesome!!!", that's how I felt. *laughs* The visuals and battles have all improved. When the sphere grid from FFX appeared, even though I felt like it has changed, it was more like it evolved. As expected of the Final Fantasy series.

Q: So what do you think is the charm of the FF series?
A: The story. I am surprised by it every single time, and I end up getting emotionally involved with it. I end up crying with the characters and stuff like that. Also, I like the battles. To fight, and level up. Even though there are other games that are similar, I still prefer FF... The story and protagonists change every time, I always think "this is it, this is the world I want to see". Also, I love the music. It draws you into the game.

Q: That's some high praise. What does FF mean to you then, Takahashi-san?
A: Speaking from the heart, I feel like "I want to be here", and it's a soothing place for me. I love fantasy worlds like Harry Potter too. Putting myself where the characters are and enjoy the ride is the best.

Q: With FFXIII releasing soon, tell us what you are hoping for.
A: I want more “betrayals.” Because I was only able to play a little bit today, I want to feel more and cry. It’ll probably end up like that.

Q: Lastly, please tell us your goal.
A: For Morning Musume, Kusumi Koharu will be graduating on December 6th. It will be a new start with 8 members, so I want to do my best. Also, this year we went to Los Angeles for Anime Expo 2009. Last year we had an Asia tour and there were lots of fans overseas cheering for us, so I want to go meet those people. I want to let people in various countries to know about us.

Q: Which particular country do you want to go to?
A: Right now we have two Chinese members, Junjun and Linlin, so I want to go to China more. Those two left their homes and came to Japan. They only see their parents about once or twice a year, so I think they are pretty lonely. So if we have more chances to go to China, I think that loneliness will decrease. I want to see their happy faces.

Q: Caring about the other members, you really a leader.
A: I also came to Tokyo from Fukui, but when I want to go home, I can always go home and see my parents. But when it’s a different country and a different language… we can converse really well now, but I still think it’s pretty hard for them. When we first started to advance overseas, that’s when I first realized it. So, right now we want to be able to speak Chinese and learning from those two.

Q: And how are the results?
A: Even though I remember the words, the intonation is different, so I can’t convey it. I truly understand the difficulties those two faced.

Q: You also debuted solo in a drama this year.
A: Yes. It was a wonderful experience. I learned a lot of things that I wouldn’t have been able to learn in Morning Musume. Because of that experience my activities in Morning Musume also changed. The expressions I learned from the drama were reflected in the promotional videos. At least within myself (laughs). It would great if there were more chances like that, so I have to do my best in Morning Musume and put all effort into it.

Q: What are you private goals?
A: I like English. We go overseas through work, but personally, I also want to be able speak it. So, please also release the FFXIII International version soon too. I think that would be the best way to learn it (laughs).

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There's one small part I didn't get because I honestly don't remember a city in FFVIII that she described. :lol: It's been a long time since I played FFVIII. Perhaps Estrea can help out when she comes back online. Hehe
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« Reply #1478 on: December 04, 2009, 06:53:58 PM »
Thanks a lot, both the translation  and the HighRes scan. Every time I read it I like it even more  :wub:
I'd like to try myself, but with my level of japanese, it would take a lot of time to go through the kanjis I'm not familiar with.

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« Reply #1479 on: December 06, 2009, 12:04:52 PM »
I have no idea what places in FFVIII she could be referring to.

Is there a TV special on FFXIII with Takitty showing soon?

 

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