Phoenix_Apollo wrote:I guess you've never heard of a concept called hope, Stealth. No one cares about the possibilities, it's a REQUEST forum. If we actually cared, this board would practically be dead. Now please kindly stop posting negative comments, no matter the reason, unless they're not along the lines of "Such and such a game has no chance and therefore should not be requested, however GAME X, GAME Y, and GAME Z are safe choices to suggest!" or any form of that.
stealth20k wrote:Well it a manga property so not to be mean but nisa would never localize this
stealth20k wrote:If its a GAME and a manga property they wont bring it to america. Knowbody will.
Did you read the recent article that said stores wont even allow manga games (other than the shonen crap) to ever be displayed.... meaning no manga game really other than those will see the light of day here.
Of course, there are exceptions. Xseed published The Sky Crawlers: The Innocent Aces earlier this year and retailers are saving shelf space for Hudson’s Beyblade games. Still, the lack of retail interest could explain why anime licensed titles are less common. Publishers, perhaps, may want to release them, but stores don’t want ‘em
If its a GAME and a manga property they wont bring it to america. Knowbody will.
stealth20k wrote:Yes beylade was for a time like yuigoh and was highly popular amongst little kids. Its not as popular anymore.
stealth20k wrote:And 1 exception for 1 game isnt a good way to prove your point especially when that game didnt sell well.
stealth20k wrote:Retailers dont want manga games on the shelves. Thats it.
stealth20k wrote:Not to mention NISA has never localized a manga game and lets entertain the thought they do......there are better games than white album. And if they do in some realm of possibility, the game would be guarenteed to make a loss . Sounds like they would jump right on that.
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