Track name[edit source]
Should it be changed to "All Rise" instead of "Court Begins"? In the 3DS AA games, the "kaitei" graphic was translated to "All Rise".--黙りなァ！ 19:51, April 29, 2016 (UTC)
- I've only ever played the DS versions of the original trilogy and can't really remember this "開廷" graphic being shown... Could you provide a screenshot or maybe part of a youtube playthrough? Apparently in common practice in the United States, the phrase is only used at the beginning of the morning and then again in the afternoon but not at the beginning of each trial per se and especially not after a break, which is sometimes when we hear this music again. So, my gut feeling is to not change the translation for the music track, but I don't know when this graphic is shown... Sorry not a very definitive answer haha ^^;;. --Diagnosed as Sound 19:31, April 8, 2020 (UTC)
- This comment somehow missed my notice all this time lol... But yeah I think what they mean is the court intro that Dual Destinies and Spirit of Justice use: "Day N / Court Is Now In Session / All Rise" capefeather (talk) 03:16, April 9, 2020 (UTC)
- I think we should stick with "Court Begins" because that's how it's translated in the VS in-game soundtrack, but for those interested, the court intro graphic in the Japanese versions of DD/SoJ can be seen here. capefeather (talk) 00:35, April 10, 2020 (UTC)
- Ooooooh yeah ok I remember that now from Dual Desitinies ^^;;. And wow the in-game soundtrack is one hell of a definitive source for this question! I have no idea where I would find that so I'm glad someone does lol! Thanks, Capefeather! --Diagnosed as Sound 14:24, April 10, 2020 (UTC)
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