Saving humanity and street racing


2019 was a fabulous year and we proudly provided Dutch game localization for some of the most amazing titles that were released this year.

We worked for 11 months straight on the Dutch translation of one of the biggest and most anticipated PlayStation games of 2019, featuring a cast of star actors in a post-apocalyptic world where gamers have to reunite humanity. It's always a blast to work on such high volume games over a longer period of time. It takes commitment, perfectly tuned procedures, the best translators and meticulous style and terminology management to get things right.

On a lighter - and more macabre - note, we recorded Dutch audio to bring a skeleton to life in the fun remake of a popular hack-and-slash game. We also delivered daily Dutch translation services for a major game streaming service and completed smooth Dutch ingame and subtitling for a number of PS4 and Xbox titles so gamers in the Netherlands can enjoy gaming in their mother tongue.

And last but not least, we worked on a fun street racing game, which brought back memories of one of the first racing games we translated back in 2002.

Gods, heroes and androids


2018 was jam-packed with Dutch localization of some of the most popular AAA games of the year. We ventured into Norse mythology to provide Dutch ingame translations and subtitling for an award winning and much anticipated game. We provided Dutch onscreen and subtitling for a neo noir thriller about an android revolution, pondered about Dutch web slinging terminology for a well-known super hero, and wrapped Dutch voice acting for a fun and chaotic family multiplayer and a bunch of other games.

Our creativity was also put to the test on a daily basis for one our favorite clients. Rockstar demands the highest standards in localization and will only work with the best. We've proudly been their Dutch localization partner for many years now, offering super fast turnarounds for marketing materials, manuals, website and social presence in the Netherlands.

We're ready for 2019, and look forward to localizing even more games into Dutch.

More VR and sci fi, plus lots of marketing


VR gaming is gaining popularity in the Netherlands, and we were happy to translate some of the first truly immersive VR games into Dutch, including a first person shooter that even came with its own controller.

We stepped into the audio studio once more to provide full Dutch audio localization for an independent expansion of a treasure hunting franchise. As always, great fun to work with voice actors from the Netherlands and match the tone and intention of the original voices in such high profile games.

In 2017, we continued to deliver Dutch translations for a major sci-fi game and we localized a few popular remakes of classic PlayStation games. We also had our hands full with daily translations of marketing materials, newsletters, website copy and retail communications for the Dutch gaming market.