10 Disappointing Vita Localization Snubs

VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "10 games which were localized for the western market and exist on Vita in Japan, but not overseas. It’s a topical subject I decided to finally tackle after NIS America unceremoniously decided to skip over Vita for Metal Max Xeno in the west – a decision which really bothered me as this was a game I’d been tremendously looking forward to. However, it’s just the latest in a long line of Vita titles this has happened to which has made being a Vita fan somewhat of a rollercoaster, particularly in its later years."

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Bandai Namco Switch eShop sale: lowest prices for Digimon World: Next Order, Klonoa, more

Bandai Namco Switch eShop sale for November 2023 includes big discounts for Klonoa, Digimon World, and more.

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Review - Digimon World: Next Order (Switch) | WayTooManyGames

WTMG's Leo Faria: "If you love Digimon and want to play some great Digimon games, don’t worry: between Cyber Sleuth and Survive, you have more than enough content to satiate your needs on the Switch. Digimon World: Next Order is nowhere near as good, fun, engaging or memorable as these other titles. Sure, it might be a love letter to a PS1 classic (?), but there’s a reason as to why not a single other Digimon World besides that first game had Tamagotchi-based gameplay, it just wasn’t fun. Digimon World: Next Order isn’t fun either. A grindy, monotonous patience test, just ignore this one. Even if the fact you can make your monsters poop sounds too enticing to be ignored."

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Digimon World: Next Order Review - GamesReviews

From GamesReviews:"With a franchise series like Digimon, there has always been a feverish fan base that loved the series and scoffed in the face of Pokémon. Well all these years later we know which series ended up on top. But despite all that Digimon games do still occasionally come out. Digimon World: Next Order is a port of a game that originated on Vita, then made its way to PS4 stateside and now reaches a new audience with a release on Steam and the Nintendo Switch. Now, I have never been a Digimon person myself, but I have always been aware of the popularity it did have as well as some of the Digimon themselves were familiar to me on site. So how does this game hold up on modern systems releasing only a few months after Pokémon Scarlet and Violet."

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