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Subject: Language Independent rss

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Paulo Soledade
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The thing (great thing) about Internet is that you can be anywhere searching for anything thinking in any language. It's the most global way to perform.
BGG is an internacional place where every language on Earth can speak. And that's the beuty of it.
But games are'nt always language independent. Not everyone can get a german game because not everyone understands german. Same thing could happen about english, spanish or portuguese games. My sugestion for BGG's Administrators is that games should be presented with a language item that defines the language independency (or not) of the game. I believe that it could improve a lot the information on BGG.
Thank you BGG
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George Leach
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I agree completely, it's especially important for us Europeans where buying directly from German online retailers is a very cheap way to buy your games. I also posted a thread on this but sadly noone showed any interest (http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/812498#812498).

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