]But it seems like they're trying to treat LR as a 'jumping on' point for the FF13 games, kind of like how BioWare tried to make Mass Effect 3 accessible for those who hadn't played the first two games (and I don't know if you played ME3, but it really didn't work out that way)..
Idiots still believed that it was a jumping on point and bought the game anyway, so I'd say it worked out pretty well.
I feel like this 'jump on in the middle of a series' type advertising has worked well for western-developed games, but not eastern ones, and I'm not really sure why that is.
Because eastern developed games haven't really tried to advertise it this way before. --- Holy_Banisher
If they consider 3.1 million to be failing sales, they need a reality check. :u
The sheep will now deny the words of the people that make their games. Hilarious.
Why do you keep calling everyone sheep? Stop provoking people already troll.
Anyway, FFXIII-2 sold well and made profit that's why LR exist. It's not hard to understand.
It's true that FFXIII-2 sold a lot less then FFXIII and I'm sure LR will too but it's still profitable to SE. --- Proud owner of a : PC, PS3, XBOX360, PSP, DS, PS2, GC, Snes, WII. http://www.youtube.com/user/drsw36