razisgosu wrote:shadowmaksim wrote:vampko wrote:Have you noticed that like every game that NISA releases is hampered down by some bug or another, normally pretty game breaking? I have a hard time believing something won't muck up.
I feel like you are severely exaggerating that, especially the game breaking part.
Though I can't deny that there's some truth to it. Quite the number of games from NIS starting from "Disgaea D2", if not even further back, onward have had some sort of notable bug introduced into it. Though of course it wasn't every game. "Criminal Girls", "htoL#NiQ", and "Disgaea 4 APR" seemed fine. I don't know about "Battle Princess of Arcadias" exactly but I didn't hear much about that game having problems either.
Really, most of the problems are really coming from games by NIS themselves. Most of the games that were handled by other companies usually were just fine. Seems like ever since NIS lost a bunch of employees, they've started having more issues in general.
Of course, feel free to correct me on anything if I obviously got it wrong.
The ones I can think of that aren't NIS related -
Rorona - Fairly reproducible game freezing bug
One of the Ar Tonelico games from PS2 - Game would crash if certain boss fight took too many turns
Mugen Souls Z - Slumbering Boss caused game to freeze
Then if we include the NIS related games with significant problems -
Witch and the Hundred - crash to home screen, never fixed, which is my main concern for it being reproducible in the PS4 version
Disgaea D2 - freezing issues with multiple skills
And if we look at how many of those games to date have the issue still occurring, we get Rorona, Witch, and Disgaea D2. I'd call that pretty significant cause for concern.
Danganronpa Another Episode actually had a pretty screwed up bug to do with saving. I can affirm it was not on the original Japanese version. I don't know if they fixed it yet. But most likely they have.
There are probably some others, but I can't remember them right now.
It's not at all a bad idea to be prepared for problematic bugs from all NISA releases. Something in their QA process is not working.