Game Localization is the process of verifying if texts, audio files are correctly translated, and the game supports that language. Game localization involves developing games for their releases in various parts of the world. The purpose of localization is to create a fun, non-confusing play experience for the end-user by paying attention to their distinct cultural context while being true to the source material.
Different regions speak different languages, have different cultures, and have different content and censorship regulations. Translating the game text is a big part of localization, the process involves any modifications made to a game, including changing art assets, designing new packaging and manuals, recording current audio, transforming hardware, editing out portions of the game due to differing cultural sensitivities and regional legal requirements, and even combining sections to substitute cut content.
If a player thinks the product is not meant for them, or if the localization generates confusion or difficulty in comprehension, this may interrupt their mental involvement and disturb the player's capability to proceed with the game.