You’re full of poop, it just didn’t sell well at all on any platform.
The game came out at a horrible time and got overlooked. Hopefully it has legs.
@Christopher in japan? I bet most people in japan dont even know what pubg is... PUBG is big in China, not japan.
its doing ok in japan, its not a huge success there.
For cosmetic damage? There is no case.
konami would have had a huge hit, too bad.
Well then I guess it’s possible!
yet it still feels new.
I think that's the whole point, I dont think any games will have dolby vision.
Mainstream reviews for jrpgs are normally worthless.
Games that appeal to Japanese do well on switch period, on xbox one its completely pointless. These games are often digital only and quite late for english audiences. You do realize who the bulk of the audience is for this game series right? I doubt nier is selling really well on xbox (maybe better than expected), but even if it is many Japanese developers have left xbox and wont come back that easily. Just look at monster hunter world sales for an example of how far behind xbox is with japa...
it really doesnt, the switch is more powerful than the ps3 or wii u.
good for xbox owners.
it works for me, but I find it laughable that they called 1440p 2K :).
its not even that really, its just most times I read or watch their reviews I dont find they really convey what the game is like at all.
and this is why im baffled that pr folks say single player games are risky, once a multiplayer game goes dead its all over.
IGN reviews mean nothing to me, but this game looks excellent!
https://www.tomshardware.co... heres a link for the lazy folks.
why would I need a link? Its easy enough just to go look at retail yourself. The numbers all back it up as well. Believe me if someone was doing well their pr team would be cheering them on like crazy by now.
? They made them work on ps2, ps3, and even Wii u. Baffling statement.
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