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If I wanted to say something like,

Whenever I play such-and-such game, the characters always end T-posing.

〇〇ゲームをすると、キャラクターはいつもTポーズになってしまいます。

Or is this said a different way?

Is there more than one acceptable verb or expression to describe 3D characters doing a T-pose?

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  • T字ポーズ may be less confusing. I just found this was a net meme, but it has never been popular in Japan. Although the literal meaning of T(字)ポーズ is almost self-evident, if you're trying to say something with that meme in mind, it's unlikely that Japanese gamers will understand. (To be honest, I don't even understand whether your sentence is a joke or not...)
    – naruto
    Jul 13, 2022 at 0:23
  • The sentence wasn't meant to be a joke. It was meant to describe a game's buggy behavior. Jul 13, 2022 at 5:22
  • Thanks, I was overthinking then :)
    – naruto
    Jul 13, 2022 at 15:56

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Yes Japanese use “T-pose” as well to explain like that situation. But this bug is not popular in Japan. So when you tell Japanese native speaker about it, they would be confused.

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