Vita needs Final Fantasy V & VI remake and a Monster Hunter to sell

#1Devilman_AmonPosted 12/2/2012 1:47:50 PM(edited)
Final Fantasy V & VI remake would be upgraded 3D visuals using character models rivaling the ones seen in Crisis Core and Dissidia. Most likely much better but in the same style.

MH goes without saying

And it could also probably use a Dragon Quest game. Preferably an VIII port.


All these would help push the Vita way more than it is currently doing.


Tales of Innocence R, Tales of Hearts R, Soul Sacrifice, Atelier Totori. Phantasy Star Online 2 and Persona4 Golden are not enough and Final Fantasy X HD will be on PS3 as well as Vita so it's not an exclusive...

3DS is getting Dragon Quest VII remake and Shin Megami Tensei IV
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#2SuperVegito2487Posted 12/2/2012 1:54:18 PM
Final Fantasy V & VI remake would be upgraded 3D visuals using character models rivaling the ones seen in Crisis Core and Dissidia. Most likely much better but in the same style.


if made with 13 and 13-2s engine id buy it, aka do a pokemon.
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#3SagadegoPosted 12/2/2012 2:12:12 PM
vita needs big games period.
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#4Lelouch71Posted 12/2/2012 3:00:13 PM(edited)
FFV and FFVI will be coming out for the 3DS if anything. SE already said they want to wait and see on how well the 3DS is doing first. It was originally going to happen for the DS. The best you can hope is a multi-plat or a port release. Unless the Vita does better, SE isn't going to risk it especially when the 3DS is selling like crazy and guarantee them money. DQ8 will most certainly go to the 3DS. DQ always go to the best selling system in Japan. Even then DQIV-VII and IX are all available for the 3DS. DQXI will likely be on the 3DS too.

MH will probably happen at some point if the Vita does better. Capcom aren't shy about porting games to different systems. Sony really brought this upon themselves. And I have no sympathy for them. They need to figure out something to fix this mess they created with the Vita.
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#5backguard222Posted 12/2/2012 5:11:25 PM
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#6NotCeoPosted 12/2/2012 5:22:18 PM
This may come as a shock to most people on this board, but Monster Hunter has never sold well outside of Japan.
#7plasticman13Posted 12/2/2012 5:29:48 PM
No. It needs a price cut first. The library is already decent and will continue to get better, but it's pointless when a handheld is more expensive than multimedia home consoles.
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#8Abiz_Posted 12/2/2012 5:32:31 PM
I like remakes as much as the next guy but some more original titles would be great.
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#9xspikePosted 12/2/2012 6:25:24 PM
SuperVegito2487 posted...
Final Fantasy V & VI remake would be upgraded 3D visuals using character models rivaling the ones seen in Crisis Core and Dissidia. Most likely much better but in the same style.


if made with 13 and 13-2s engine id buy it, aka do a pokemon.


Huh? So you'd buy it if it uses the engine used as FF13, but only if they keep the game unchanged from graphics to gameplay etc... Just like how pokemon never changes?
#10ikaruga0101Posted 12/2/2012 6:37:01 PM
plasticman13 posted...
No. It needs a price cut first. The library is already decent and will continue to get better, but it's pointless when a handheld is more expensive than multimedia home consoles.


Yeah, the library is decent here in Japan. But everytime I log in in Gamefaqs and look at the Vita Upcoming Game Releases for NA list, I can't help but to feel for my American peers. Europe is even worst. Sony should really help bring more games to the west. Specially considering the west has lots of great mobile developers.