Releasing on March 15, 2011 exclusively on the PlayStation 3, gamers who are thinking of picking up Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel will have to expect a big installation to their hard drive before playing it.
That not really big. Most games do have 5GB installs so i don't see what the problem is. Anyway im glad sony gets another PS3 exclusive RPG.
@ Warprincess True, how much were GTA4 and Fallout New Vegas? I think Fallout was like 4.4 GB.
If you finished MGS4 this won't be a bother. That game installs 4-5gb every chapter. And there's 5 chapters.
Yeah, but it's a good thing each chapter's install is overwritten.
my 40GB PS3 ain't going to fit anymore games on it.. I can always upgrade the hard drive though, but waiting until it's truly necessary. Saving money right now..
It's easy to upgrade the HDD anyway. There are a lot of tutorials out there.
At least you know your stuff! I gotta save money too :)
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Can't wait for this game. 5GB is not that bad imo.
My 500GB is ready!! :)
5GB? i did a full install for GT5 so this is like nothing.
5GB from Mass Effect 2 wasn't a big deal either.
5G is nothing I just wish it was March 13 today so I can get this game quicker
Now I have a reason to read the manual lol
Still doesn't affect my want for it.
Hm, interesting. Well, it's not much of a bother. I'll look at the artbook, admire the (probably) big box, and read the manual while it installs. That's it, if NIS does a big-box-with-artbook-and-anoth er-extra Limited Edition like they've been doing lately.
I haven't even heard of this game until now... /: Looks interesting, though. Definitely on my radar.
dammit when can i preorder and what are the goodies ???
5GB is nothing...
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