The finale to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of a Wild is a tiny bit opposite in Japanese, if we demeanour closely during one line. Spoilers for Breath of a Wild follow.
Clyde Mandelin of Legends of Localization points out a slight inequality in this line from a final battle: “He [Ganon] has given adult on reincarnation and insincere his pure, barbarous form.”
The Japanese version, according to Mandelin’s translation, would read, “This form was innate from his recurrent refusal to give adult on revival.” Unlike a central English localization, that says that Ganon incited into his savage form given he gave adult on being revived, this interpretation indicates that Ganon’s clever integrity to be reincarnated remade him into his savage form.
It’s a comparatively tiny difference, though this affects a finale if we take it a bit further. The Japanese implies that Ganon will come behind someday, while a English suggests finality. However, Mandelin records that another probable interpretation is that defeating Ganon in his savage form would get absolved of him forever, given a strange content radically says this is his final form.
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