razisgosu wrote:The physical copy of a game has always been about having a physical copy to display, loan to friends, resell, etc. Just because the Japanese audio isn't on the cart hardly makes it pointless. That's a huge exaggeration and overreaction.
To many, it is also about simply having a copy that isn't tied down by DRM or reliant on the existence of PSN/your Vita never breaking.
In 10 years, if Sony cuts all support for the PS Vita, and your Vita breaks, then you lose all your digital content. In Another Episode's case, one could simply get another Vita second hand and continue to use their cartridge, but they would never be able to play with the Japanese language mode again. Not an issue if it's on the cart instead.
peachalie wrote:Well, it's only logical to assume that if someone is buying the english localization they're not using a PSvita set to a Japanese region......
I think it's only logical to assume if they want to switch the language to Japanese there is a good chance they use the Japanese store over the US one due to it's significantly larger selection, and they are only buying the US version for convenience.
With that logic one could assume if they actually want to play with English audio, they most likely have a US account and would have no issue downloading the voices if it was instead the English voices that were the DLC.
vampko wrote:Recall that the PS3 allowed accounts to be used freely. A good amount of people got an account that they wanted to stick to, and then the Vita came, and they were a little screwed.
razisgosu wrote:Danganronpa not being dual audio would piss a lot of people off.
I think any Japanese developed game not being dual audio pisses people off. XD