I really do like collecting would love to have a cartridge for vita. But I guess I better support it and download the tables if I want it to succeed. The sad truth is they will probably make more money selling 2 DL tables at $5 a peice as opposed to releasing one big game with 40 tables for $40. I would still like to see a physical release down the road. --- last $$: Resident Evil Revelaitons, Rhythm Heaven Fever, Tales of the Abyss, Uncharted, UMvC3, Rayman Playing: Vita 24/7
#2Freelance_WolfPosted 4/21/2012 6:11:55 AM
Doubt it. They're a small company and it costs a lot more making discs and sending it to stores than putting a game out digitally. They don't have that kind of money. Maybe if they get a lot of sales they can but right now nothing's been planned. --- Max: "I think he just needs a hug, or a sharp blow to the head." FC 4468-1025-6646
#3FreelancePosted 4/22/2012 8:39:33 PM
Very doubtful - I read that the only reason they decided to go digital was because Williams sold so poorly. Even though I bought every version for every platform! I admire Farsight for being so passionate about pinball and simply refusing to call it a day after being unprofitable. How many other developers would do this?
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