No More New Toy Tweets From Hisashi Yuki? TakaraTomy Designer And GDO Brawl Issue Apology
Hisashi Yuki has turned to GDO Brawl for help in making a difficult announcement: his Twitter account will no longer spotlight upcoming TakaraTomy Transformers products. As best we can understand, this appears to have been an official business decision and not Yuki's own choice. Keep reading for our interpretations of the mechanical translations of Yuki's Tweets.
The following is a translation of his Tweets with RAC's best guesses when the mechanical translations from Bing and Google get awkward and difficult to follow. If you have corrections for us, by all means contact us and let us know!
Is it the night of the fifteenth!?
Ahead of next week's new product releases, a little contact here.
I am sorry for those who have gotten to follow in the hope the information . Unfortunately , in this account the future, we decided to not publish its own new product information .
The two translations - Bing and Google - of the next tweet are a bit word-salady:
Can be in business outside of me personally , but I tried to have my best thinking and basic unofficial fan service , I'm sorry . Thank you so I will do my best to like put out new product information to elaborate when there is a chance also .
My fan base unofficial do business outside of the individual, and I have tried, but sorry. Also thank you so try to put out new products is a chance to elaborate.
Our best guess of the meaning: "It's a business decision, not a personal one. I tried my best to give fans what they wanted unofficially. I'm sorry. I'll do my best to elaborate on new product information when I have a chance."
And or best guess for the final tweet: "If you only followed me for new product information and photos, please feel free to unfollow or block me. This account will continue with my day-to-day Tweets and personal commentary. Thank you.♪"
It had been a while since Yuki had posted anything substantial, so this is only a minor surprise. Still, this is a tremendous loss of semi-official photos of new upcoming products, and we're sorry to hear it happened. Our thanks go out to Mr. Yuki for all his hard work, both in designing toys and promoting them to us!