hesho wrote:I'll probably buy them all anyway.
Sounds about right.
LAMV wrote:It'd be even better if there could be some way to get one of them to join this forum and talk with us.
LAMV wrote:If they were here, I'd say their site layout is a bit on the odd side. Though it's probably because it's unfinished. Also it's nice that they added who the developers are and where their site is. But I don't think listing each developer's members' favorite games is necessary. I doubt anyone cares, and I bet there are some folks out there, if not here, that'll go, "Oh he likes (insert_game_here)? They must have shit taste, so their game must be shit, too!"
Awesome. This should give Nyu-Media some attention.
EDIT: Also it's kind of funny how they're quick to announce about Nyu-Media but there's still no article on any site (other than RPGamer) about Lost Angelic Chronicles yadda yadda.
Thanks for your mail and for the warm welcome!
I'm only too happy to answer your questions:
> 1. Is there any reason you changed the title from Fairy Bloom Freesia to Fighting Fairy?
Fighting Fairy is just a working title, but we are planning on changing the title for this game.
The current title is fine for Japan, but we feel doesn't really communicate the actual content, which is a full-on beat' em up dressed in fairy's clothing.
We're especially keen to make this change in view of the impression that screenshots can give.
The final title should convey the juxtaposition of the 'hard' gameplay which has elements akin to Devil May Cry and the 'soft' look of the game.
We're considering opening up the naming to the community, if we can find a suitable venue.
> 2. How come you aren't localizing the first eXceed?
Simply & unfortunately, because the uncompiled code isn't available.
If the ESRB have no objections, we may do something with an 'import' version of eXceed - Gun Bullet Children.
> 3. If you've already finished localizing these games, when do you plan to start releasing them? If you're still deciding where, I think Steam is your best choice with GamersGate as a secondary choice.
Thanks for the suggestion - they're top of our list too!
Nothing is etched in stone yet, but we'd like to release the first game this coming December and release one or two games every month from there.
> 4. Do your games have DRM?
We're aware that the overwhelming sentiment of the community is that DRM is no good, but that is pending conclusion of our discussions with the distributors, I'm afraid.
Daverost wrote:I'm not even really sure what the problem would be with DRM to begin with. Hell, you're asking for Steam. Steam is the biggest DRM machine out there.
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