myskaros wrote:In the end, it just comes down to what is financially feasible. NISA has to do what is necessary to keep their company going, and consumers have to be fiscally prudent as well. If projected physical game sales do not eclipse the overhead costs that come with a physical release, then DD-only makes the most sense. I believe a PSN release is a given, with the tossup being whether or not there will also be a physical release.
Sheleigha wrote:If only Nisa made one, SUPER limited, at a higher cost, Nisa Store-only even, I think would be a great choice, and I would gurantee that even having another one of those "preorder to see how many people do" things happen again, that there would be ALOT more numbers than What Did I Do to Deserve This? did. GURANTEED. In fact, for as "dead" as PSP is, I do believe that this would do VERY well. Collectors would flock to an LE with physical copy (where this would be the ONLY place to get a physical copy of it). I think BRS is popular enough to make big sales!
Sheleigha wrote:Speaking of the $120 mark, I paid that for the Super Premium Disgaea 4 set, because I wanted all the figures instead of worrying about getting blind boxes (and buying them seperately can be pricey too), and they all came in a nice box too! The point is, that Disgaea 4 still sold a good amount with that set! Enough to warrant a second print, which looks like they didn't have as many buyers as intended to scoop up the next run... It was Nisa's big game though, and I can imagine it being tough to deal with how much they should manufacture for a second run. Still, the first run DID sell out, so it does show that people WILL pay more for such a premium.
Neptunia MK2 is a good example though: here's a series with a HUGE collector-based fanbase, that LOVE premiums and limited editions (scalpers aside). The volume got SO big for this title, they produced more copies to try and keep up with the volume of purchases! Sure, it was PS3 though, you could argue that. Still, it was a store exclusive that sold out entirely! BRS, although on PSP, would have quite the premium package to do good enough sales to sell completely out. Actually now that I think about it, Nisa hasn't made limited-edition counters for a while. Most sets would be listed as "1000/2000 available!" and that's all that would be made! So, couldn't a similar model, with a premium price be used? I am SURE that 2000 people would spend, say, $150+ on a BRS LE set (figma included, of course). If anime fans (somehow) have the cash to buy a $400 anime import set for HALF a series, collectors would sure pay the premium for a limited set.
Tokiko wrote:Really looking forward to this game though i think thats also more for the Figma (sadly haha) than anything else about it
Argroh Valdios wrote:There's an issue with a PSN only release for me at the moment...
my PSN acc is American based, and I'm in Canada...
(Canadian based PSN cards won't charge American PSN accounts.)
Discoceris wrote:I'm surprised people are still discussing the "price" of the BRS LE.
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