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#1 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

@Turambar said:

@pw2566ch said:

And I want some Super Robot Taisen in the US. Those games are graphically awesome.

Never gonna happen. The Original Generations sub-franchise doesn't sell well enough here (Atlus localized the first two on the GBA) and any other ones is a giant licensing nightmare.

WHAT?!?! I guess I'll just have to purchase them on Amazon then.

#2 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

@Animasta said:

@pw2566ch said:

I'm interested in Shin Megami Tensei IV. Why don't we see that game in the US since the SMT brand is becoming pretty famous out here now? And I want some Super Robot Taisen in the US. Those games are graphically awesome.

SMT IV will come out in the US, since it hasn't even come out in Japan they haven't announced it yet, because that's what atlus do. but it will be (they're putting out soul hackers of course they're going to put out SMT IV).

What about the other 3 SMT games? Or are they under a different name in the US?

#3 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

I'm interested in Shin Megami Tensei IV. Why don't we see that game in the US since the SMT brand is becoming pretty famous out here now? And I want some Super Robot Taisen in the US. Those games are graphically awesome.

#4 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

Right now I'm playing Yggdra Union on the PSp. So far it reminds me of Fire Emblem and it's available on the PSN store for $8, I think. The game is done by Atlus and it has the same artwork as Knights in the Nightmare and Riviera.

#5 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

Eh, most of my friends do and I honestly don't give a damn. Hell, I pirate games that I can't get in the US. Yeah, I know that companies could be losing money, but like I said, I just don't care.

So if you're going to pirate, then go for it. It won't kill me. I'm not going to constantly nag at you like your some damn chain smoker fucking up your lungs.

#6 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

@MoonwalkSA said:

I love that Jeff is willing to throw unreasonable amounts of money at the Skylanders franchise just to show it to the rest of us.

And what's even more harsh is that this is a yearly thing. Didn't he say he dropped $300 on Skylander Giants figures?

#7 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

There's nothing wrong with Origin as a program. The main worry is on the company EA. People being banned from their accounts because of something said on the forums and the usual always-online DRM.

If you can handle that, then there shouldn't be a problem with Origin.

#8 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

@golguin said:

@MariachiMacabre said:

Who the fuck gives a shit? I'm perfectly happy to criticize her for not delivering on her Kickstarter but this is in NO WAY related to that. So she doesn't like the game. Is she supposed to just parrot what other reviewers are saying about it? Jeff hates RDR, I don't see anyone attempting to crucify him. From what I've seen of DmC, it looks awesome but attacking her for not liking it is pathetic.

Jeff's hate for RDR is no reason to crucify him. It's a reason to throw your hands up in disbelief.

Red Dead Redemption is the best. Fuck Jeff for not liking it (sarcasm). Now what's this I hear about Patrick playing Fire Emblem?

#9 Posted by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

@thefncrow said:

@pw2566ch said:

@LordAndrew said:

@pw2566ch said:

I'm curious as to if Double Fine were to purchase their own games from this auction.

Double Fine already owns the rights to their games.

They don't own the rights to Costume Quest or Stacking. It was mentioned in one of the Giant Bombcasts.

From my understanding, Double Fine owns the IP to both Costume Quest and Stacking. What they were supposedly interested in from the THQ sale was to buy back the distribution rights that THQ had as the publisher for Costume Quest and Stacking on 360/PS3.

That actually sounds about right. Because if they lose the distribution rights, wouldn't that mean that the game can't be sold on PS3 and 360?

#10 Edited by pw2566ch (480 posts) -

@LordAndrew said:

@pw2566ch said:

I'm curious as to if Double Fine were to purchase their own games from this auction.

Double Fine already owns the rights to their games.

They don't own the rights to Costume Quest or Stacking. It was mentioned in one of the Giant Bombcasts.