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I'm quite surprised that PCs are getting lots of JRPGs nowadays.

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User Info: krossfire

krossfire
3 years ago#1
And Japanese games in general, thanks to Steam. Well, not many or as much as usual, but still the fact that some Japanese developers are porting their games to the PC does goes to show that Steam made quite an impression on them.

Now that Sega has bought Atlus, we could have the possibility of having Persona games on the PC.
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Benjamin_Button
3 years ago#2
give some examples.
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DarkZV2Beta
3 years ago#3
Ys, the Carpe Fulgor games, and FFVII come to mind. Can't think of much else.
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Mackorov
3 years ago#4
No idea what you're getting from, TC, but from the list compiled here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_JRPGs_on_pc, you can see how pathetic it is and out of all, only 2 are from this gen alone, none of which sold considerably well on the PC platform

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aak57
3 years ago#5
Well, recently there's Agarest and Trails in the Sky.
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Nagisa_Shinju
3 years ago#6
krossfire posted...
And Japanese games in general, thanks to Steam. Well, not many or as much as usual, but still the fact that some Japanese developers are porting their games to the PC does goes to show that Steam made quite an impression on them.

Now that Sega has bought Atlus, we could have the possibility of having Persona games on the PC.


Heh...heh...That's...pretty damn funny. SEGA...localizing anything other than Sonic. That's rich. On the PC, as well? They came outright and said PSO2 wasn't coming, even though the translation was done.

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Chaos_Missile
3 years ago#7
Nagisa_Shinju posted...
krossfire posted...
And Japanese games in general, thanks to Steam. Well, not many or as much as usual, but still the fact that some Japanese developers are porting their games to the PC does goes to show that Steam made quite an impression on them.

Now that Sega has bought Atlus, we could have the possibility of having Persona games on the PC.


Heh...heh...That's...pretty damn funny. SEGA...localizing anything other than Sonic. That's rich. On the PC, as well? They came outright and said PSO2 wasn't coming, even though the translation was done.


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trololo? >_>
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Nagisa_Shinju
3 years ago#8
Chaos_Missile posted...
Nagisa_Shinju posted...
krossfire posted...
And Japanese games in general, thanks to Steam. Well, not many or as much as usual, but still the fact that some Japanese developers are porting their games to the PC does goes to show that Steam made quite an impression on them.

Now that Sega has bought Atlus, we could have the possibility of having Persona games on the PC.


Heh...heh...That's...pretty damn funny. SEGA...localizing anything other than Sonic. That's rich. On the PC, as well? They came outright and said PSO2 wasn't coming, even though the translation was done.


One of the rare few reasons I'm glad to be living in SEA: http://www.techinasia.com/asiasoft-brings-phantasy-star-online-2-southeast-asian-countries-2014/

trololo? >_>


SEGA has almost mastered the art of trollin'... I think Capcom takes the cake though.

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lionheart5656
3 years ago#9
Don't get too excited.

Most of these JRPGs are as backwards as the developers in Japan are.

There are a few gems though. JRPGs are great when done right.
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Asellus
3 years ago#10
In recent years, Xseed have begun to publish games on PC, starting out with Falcom’s Ys games. In a recent interview with the publisher’s Executive Vice-President Ken Berry, Siliconera asked about how those games have done and further PC support.

“They have done great on Steam, and hopefully that introduced a lot of new people to the Ys series so that they will want to check out the latest offering on PS Vita when it comes out later this year,” Berry replied. “They’ve surpassed our expectations, and we are definitely looking to bring more titles to PC.”

We also brought up the fact that U.K. publisher Ghostlight are bringing Record of Agarest War to PC via Steam, and inquired if Xseed had plans for other PC JRPGs. Berry replied, “We are absolutely interested in bringing more titles, especially JRPGs, to PC. We are doing what we can to make it happen, so hopefully we will have an announcement within the next month or so.”


http://www.siliconera.com/2013/07/31/xseed-looking-to-bring-more-games-especially-jrpgs-to-pc/

Since then they've announced Trails in the Sky 1 & 2 as well.
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