Why isnt this on 360?

#1wieheistduPosted 4/7/2012 12:34:27 PM
Seems like Xbox 360 isnt getting any more traditional jrpgs anymore, including this game. The last Tales game came out for 360 first i think awhile ago. Then PS3 got it. I am not a PS3 hater but wheres the love for 360 owners Namco?
#2pokemon_45_79_1Posted 4/7/2012 12:35:08 PM

From: wieheistdu | Posted: 4/7/2012 12:34:27 PM | #001
Seems like Xbox 360 isnt getting any more traditional jrpgs anymore, including this game. The last Tales game came out for 360 first i think awhile ago. Then PS3 got it. I am not a PS3 hater but wheres the love for 360 owners Namco?


Sorry but the ps3 is namco most successful system to sell on lately.
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#3Holy_OblivionPosted 4/7/2012 12:35:23 PM
Because you touch yourself at night.

But seriously, it's because the 360 isn't too popular in Japan
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#4maelesonPosted 4/7/2012 12:37:02 PM
wieheistdu posted...
Seems like Xbox 360 isnt getting any more traditional jrpgs anymore,

In large part because the 360 has almost no sales in japan.

It just makes more sense for them to write for either Wii or PS3 if they are going to concentrate on a single platform... and multi-platform projects cost more money where the core jRPG scene (IE everything NOT named Final Fantasy) is not exactly about "big budgets".

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#5pokemon_45_79_1Posted 4/7/2012 12:37:47 PM
Seem like ToGF is popular in the west then most of us thought maybe its because it has that old skool JRPG feel not seen this gen.

Also disc swapping would be an issue for the 360 since you have ot trek back and forth multiple times, just like SO4 did.
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#6Modest_ModsoulPosted 4/7/2012 12:40:16 PM
The latest official translated JRPG on the 360 is XIII-2.

It's quite unfortunate, because I heard great things about Lost Odyssey...
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#7generalhsPosted 4/7/2012 12:41:31 PM
Lost Odyssey was quite good, but Microsoft funded the development.

They really tried to break into Japan, but it seems Japanese gamers are fairly xenophobic.
#8Iampony1Posted 4/7/2012 12:41:49 PM
Tales of Vesperia is for the 360 JP-EU
Tales of Vesperia on the ps3 came with more content(WAAAY more content) but never made it here JP
#9Holy_OblivionPosted 4/7/2012 12:42:28 PM
Modest_Modsoul posted...
The latest official translated JRPG on the 360 is XIII-2.

It's quite unfortunate, because I heard great things about Lost Odyssey...


Lost odyssey was hit or miss. I personally enjoyed it, which is surprising considering how simple it is
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#10Cloud_strife_15Posted 4/7/2012 12:43:07 PM
pokemon_45_79_1 posted...
Seem like ToGF is popular in the west then most of us thought maybe its because it has that old skool JRPG feel not seen this gen.

Also disc swapping would be an issue for the 360 since you have ot trek back and forth multiple times, just like SO4 did.


Not likely an issue, Vesperia was only 1 disc. Also to TC, while Vesperia was ported to the PS3 it was never released outside japan.