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Submitted by moogle84 817d ago | interview

Kotaku Interview: MonkeyPaw Games discusses past Kickstarter and future localization of JRPGs

MonkeyPaw Games' Kickstarter project on Class of Heroes 2 didn't fund, but it still raised plenty of awareness for the import PSP title, which will be seeing a digital release on PSN later this year. Kotaku discusses with MonkeyPaw Games president John Greiner and Gaijinworks president Victor Ireland about JRPG fan support, lessons learned and the companies' chances of obtaining key game licenses in the future. (Class of Heroes 2, Class of Heroes 2G, Culture, Gaijinworks, MonkeyPaw Games, PS Vita, PS3, PSP)

almehdaaol  +   817d ago
I pledged this project all the way to the end but will still be getting the digital release anyway. My love of JRPGs is too strong to ignore some of the good things some companies are doing to recapture old memories of buying videogames.
NewMonday  +   817d ago
MonkeyPaw should try again with Grand Knights History, it a good opportunity
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