While playing Love, Money, Rock ‘n’ Roll, you may have noticed that there are some words that are lit up and stand out from the rest of the text beside it. If you’re confused, don’t fret. We’ve got the breakdown of what these highlighted translations mean.
What do the words in color mean in Love, Money, Rock ‘n’ Roll?
While playing, the words you see lit up in color within the sentences mean that they have a special meaning. LMR is made by Soviet Games, a Russian game development studio that specializes in visual novels. Due to their Russian origins, the English text is translated.
At certain points in the game, there will be words that are directly translated but may not be understood by English speakers. For example, “Grandma’s Summer,” means a Summer season that extends past its usual time. Highlighted words will also appear for Japanese words used in the game, like “Senpai”. These highlighted words offer the chance to give further context to players who may be confused.
How to check the meaning of highlighted words in Love, Money, Rock ‘n’ Roll
To check the meaning of the words that you see highlighted in dialogue in LMR, all you need to do is hover or click on the word. We say hover or click because some players have reported only needing to hover. For others, it has been necessary to actually click on the word. If you attempted to see the meaning by hovering and it did not work, this may explain what went wrong. Try clicking firmly on the colored text.
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