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Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:18 pm
by IrisMK
I really gotta thank you for this NISA, I gave up when I saw Generation of Chaos 6 in Japan, but then you guys announced it. THANKS ALOT!

I love the Idea Factory / Neverland Games.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:35 am
by Unvivid
Houk wrote:Well, neither have been or have any plans to be canceled, so you really don't have anything to worry about there.

this has to be one of the first times im glad you informed me of something...

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:49 am
by Alicia-tan
Hoping for BRS as well.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 12:10 am
by aspect21
sigh.. why choose this game over spectral force legacy :(

this game seems more like the generation of chaos aedis eclipse than it is generation of chaos 4 (first goc game released by nis here in NA). tbh i enjoyed GoC4 more than aedis eclipse due to the whole kingdom (like 5 kingdoms vs 5 kingdoms..etc) warfare rather than scenario based (1v1) like aedis eclipse...

i know i sound like a whiner but my opinion is my opinion such as everyone has their own cup of tea. I will wait to see a gameplay before i buy this game in hopes it doesnt end up like aedis eclipse (mindlessly sending an army in a linear like fashion lacking strategy as in the S in SRPG).

Now... with that said...

I will still say my gratitude and thanks for bringing us an opportunity to have another game in GoC franchise.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 8:54 pm
by Daverost
aspect21 wrote:sigh.. why choose this game over spectral force legacy :(


Simply because it's newer.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2013 9:57 pm
by vampko
When I first saw the announcement for this game, I wasn't really all that excited, but with more information I'm definitely intrigued!

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 4:14 pm
by Shizuka
Daverost wrote:
aspect21 wrote:sigh.. why choose this game over spectral force legacy :(


Simply because it's newer.

And developed by Sting, a company that has had every single game localized throughout the years.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Sat Jan 12, 2013 8:05 pm
by ShadowRaskolnik
Shizuka wrote:
Daverost wrote:
aspect21 wrote:sigh.. why choose this game over spectral force legacy :(


Simply because it's newer.

And developed by Sting, a company that has had every single game localized throughout the years.

That's what caught my interest in the first place. If this was just an Idea Factory game I would have skipped it without a second thought, but in having Sting help with the development I think it could be worth it to check it out.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Sun Jan 27, 2013 7:17 pm
by MerchantPrince
Shizuka wrote:
Daverost wrote:
aspect21 wrote:sigh.. why choose this game over spectral force legacy :(


Simply because it's newer.

And developed by Sting, a company that has had every single game localized throughout the years.


Not every Sting game has been localized. There are quite a few games that have not reached western shores, such as Blaze Union.

Re: NIS America's last PSP game?

Posted: Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:56 pm
by Shizuka
MerchantPrince wrote:
Shizuka wrote:
Daverost wrote:
aspect21 wrote:sigh.. why choose this game over spectral force legacy :(


Simply because it's newer.

And developed by Sting, a company that has had every single game localized throughout the years.


Not every Sting game has been localized. There are quite a few games that have not reached western shores, such as Blaze Union.

Those were spin-offs of their Dept Heaven games.