Houk wrote:Yeah, each game would need the approval and efforts of the Japanese developer (and the amount of time/resources it would take to prepare a game for digital distribution are not insignificant). There are a number of factors at play, especially when discussing a game being released both physically and digitally, that all influence the feasibility of it. Trust me, if there were no costs and it was easy and purely profitable, we'd definitely be seeing a lot more of it. When it doesn't shake out that way, there's usually a pretty good, if regrettable, reason for it.
Teddie Sage wrote:Sincerely thank you. You have no idea about how much this helps. At least, we know that we're supported in our goal. Having Disgaea 3 on PSP Vita will also give us a lot more chances to get this game. So I'm crossing my fingers it will be localized in America once the Vita is released.
Teddie Sage wrote:I finally got my hands on a used copy of Disgaea 3, but I still want to exchange it for a new one. As soon as I get the chance to order a sealed one, I'll switch my disc with it. This is why a digital copy would come in handy. I just hate scratches.
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