GI - Ken Berry says Xseed was very excited to work on the latest from Sakaguchi and Uematsu.
There is a typo in the title. The article states, "We definitely feel that the core gamers that play RPGs are the most likely to follow the best games regardless of the system, so hopefully that will hold true for The Last Story's release on Wii," said Berry. A few words seem to be missing in the headline.
Such a wast this game being on the Wii and not on a HD System.
In a fanboys eye's maybe. A good game is a good game. I'm glad I have a Wii anyway, the odd time an Amazing game comes out on it.
Yeah, the game would really have benefited from 5 times the development cost and a 1 million sales target to break even. Compared to Lost Odyssey there isn't that big a difference in terms of quality, and the few things LO does better is not thanks to the hardware. The game is great the way it is. Being on the Wii shouldn't be a reason to give it the cold shoulder.
I lost faith on the Wii long ago, sorry TLS you came too late. In my case i buy a console and if it comes on it count me in but if is on another system then bad luck for that game.
you should get it on Wii U then and other great Wii games (if you'll buy Wii U off course)
Partially true that's why I bought a ps3...because there was a higher chance that I would get the most rpgs on it. Of course there were a lot of other goodies on the ps3 but thats the main reason.
The title is pretty stupid. I mean who would follow a bad game and but the system that it's on? Of course people will buy whatever system that's got the best games.
Very true. Bought a 360 for Lost Odyssey, a ps3 for Mgs4 and Demons Souls, a vita for Uncharted, psp for Crisis Core, 3ds for RE and Kingdom Hearts, and kept my wii for Xenoblade and TLS. I follow good games. Most gamers do except in rare circumstances. You have to if your a fan of smaller dev's and niche games. Now some fans are really fanboys and will miss out on the best games of the gen of their favorite genre because its on the "other" system. Their loss. Now the only problem is getting the damn game. Released 3 days ago and i still cant find a copy. Its like they dont want people to buy the damn thing. Might say screw the preorder and order online so im not checking gamestop for the next two weeks only to be told they didnt get enough stock or sold my preorder. Good job bringing us the game X-Seed, horrible job releasing the game.
Which is why many PS3 fans were expecting JRPGs the start of this gen? Regardless of said expectation devs either put them out first on other systems bringing them to the PS3 later, where in the case of Star Ocean they sold more, not at all, Vesperia in the West where JP sales alone outstripped 360 sales world wide, or didn't put effort into them/give them a chance like Valkyria moving to the PSP prematurely or White Knight Chronicles having a poor SP. Now we're headed towards the end of this gen and - for some reason, like maybe that's where interest is - companies like Atlus and NIS are putting their HD RPGs primarily on the PS3. Nevermind that Sakaguchi, sadly, had both obligations and personal bias against Sony which directly prevented his from putting something like TLS on the PS3. That and the cost which would have been involved in making it HD.
The Wii?, lol ha! ha! ha! .....yea right. No way would I buy 1 of those, not even if Half Life 3 was an exclusive for it, of course that would never happen anyway, jst sayin. lol
I'm one of those people..
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