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Submitted by tromwarrior 934d ago | opinion piece

Jeff's Musings: Rune Factory, XSEED, and Natsume’s Future

Oprainfall writes: "Natsume HAS done a fine job localizing the Harvest Moon and Rune Factory games. I can’t argue with that. I’ve played both Frontier and Tides of Destiny and, while each game has gameplay aspects that bug me (not the fault of either XSEED or Natsume respectively), I found the localizations of both to be well done.

But to say that Natsume should be the only one that publishes these games is like saying that Bayonetta 2 shouldn’t be a Wii U exclusive because the first game wasn’t on the Wii – which, in turn, is like saying that Final Fantasy should only be on Nintendo consoles because the series started on the NES. Stuff happens, things change." (3DS, Culture, Marvelous AQL, Natsume, Rune Factory 4, XSEED Games)

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