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Submitted by Lavalamp 861d ago | news

Asura's Wrath reaction no surprise to Matsuyama, dot Hack for NA needs more fan support

Joystiq writes, "CyberConnect2's president Hiroshi Matsuyama was signing autographs at Wondercon in Anaheim, CA this past weekend, and he kindly took a break from showing off his latest game – Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations – to chat with us about how his other games are doing." (.hack, Asura's Wrath, Hiroshi Matsuyama, Industry, Solatorobo: Red the Hunter)

Megaman_nerd  +   861d ago
Namco pisses me off so bad.
NewMonday  +   861d ago
can we use Kickstarter to kickstart the publishing of their games in the west, we can even request sups only and no dubbing
Summons75  +   861d ago
well then let's show support it has been WAAAAY to long since the last dot hack.
Hicken  +   861d ago
I loved Asura's Wrath, and I'd definitely be onboard for another dothack.
Ghost250  +   861d ago
No no no enough kickstartings, stop starting these dumb trends. before you know it companies are gonna start wanting us the consumer to kickstart all games

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