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BIG Rumor: Tales of Graces Wii being localized with PS3 extras?

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Xxain said:
MaxwellGT2000 said:
Xxain said:
MANUELF said:

@jarrod

I think is because of the art style, the Sony fans prefer realistic graphics while the Nintendo ones really like the cartoonish look



This post is incredibly stupid...from a Sony or Nintendo angle. Tales of symphonia on the GC was a Big Hit becuase it was literally the only big JRPG franchise to hit the console( you can count the amount of JRPG'ss on GC on 1 hand). NB didnt capitalize on the success of ToS at all and it instead stealth released ToL and ToA on console saturated with JRPG's...hell ToA came out in FF12's timeframe..thats how bad it was sent to die.

Also all JRPG;s outside on of FF all are cartooney


Outside of FF all sell badly too in the west lol

1.As for the GC thing, Paper Mario, Skies of Arcadia, Baten Kaitos and then Origins, Tales of Symphonia, Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, all of the Phantasy Stars, and I'm gonna stop there since I made my point there was not as many JRPGs on GC as PS2 no but there was enough for competition.

Either way I don't care how ToG gets localized I just want it localized, I think both people going "yay Wii exclusive" and the others going "wth not having a PS3 version doesn't make sense! *whine*" should both pipe down, it's a rumor, and if it gets localized then it gets localized, if you want it buy it, if not then shut it lol I mean people act like Namco Bandai hasn't made some poor choices in the past which is why they're hurting financially now.

1.You had to stop right there, you had no choice lol... Megaman X Command Mission and yu gi oh are the only ones you missed. Those are all the JRPG's that released in the West on GC. A no there was no competition. it had a Few Gems though.

The Rest of you r poin is a Mystery  becuase nobody said that. This thread isnt argument against NB its argument against the OP who used no sources and just a bunchof jargan that makes no sense.

He talks financial reasons for choosing the Wii version over the PS3 but localizing the Wii version plus the added bonuses is way more Xxpensive that just localizing the PSe version that alreadys has everything set.

As i already stated the I dont care where it goes i n own both but credibiliy and lack sense and sources OP is what this debate is grounded

The article is fake.. and you would have to be a complete idiot to believe article with no sources and and sense.


Actually I missed more than that but you said you could count them on one hand which was BS so I pointed it out, and obviously you're backing me up on that

As for the rest of my point, people are upset at the lack of a PS3 version in this rumor, and then you have the people that automatically believe it and think its a US Wii exclusive, and my point was to say both sides are being dumb over a rumor, but you didn't get that for whatever reason lol 



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Xxain said:

1.You had to stop right there, you had no choice lol... Megaman X Command Mission and yu gi oh are the only ones you missed. Those are all the JRPG's that released in the West on GC. A no there was no competition. it had a Few Gems though.

No there were a few more yet.  This is every JRPG (and subgenre titles, like SRPGs, ARPGs, card based, roguelikes, board based... even RPG-y farming sims and Zelda-likes for the people who bitch about those being left out) on GameCube that got a US release...

 

  • Amazing Island (SEGA / Hitmaker! / Ancient)
  • Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean (Namco /Monolith Soft / tri-Crescendo)
  • Baten Kaitos Origins (Nintendo / Namco / Monolith Soft / tri-Crescendo)
  • Bomberman Generation (Hudson / GameArts)
  • Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest (Atlus / Nintendo / Saru Brunei)
  • Custom Robo (Nintendo / Noise)
  • Digimon World 4 (Bandai / DIMPs)
  • Evolution Worlds (Ubisoft / Sting)
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (Nintendo / Square Enix)
  • Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance (Nintendo / Intelligent Systems)
  • Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life (Natsume / Marvelous)
  • Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life (Natsume / Marvelous)
  • Harvest Moon: Magical Melody (Nastume / Marvelous)
  • Lost Kingdoms (Activision / FROM Software)
  • Lost Kingdoms II (Activision / FROM Software)
  • MegaMan X: Command Mission (Capcom)
  • Metabots Infinity (Natsume / Imagineer)
  • Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (Nintendo / Intelligent Systems)
  • Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II (SEGA / Sonic Team)
  • Phantasy Star Online Episode I & II (SEGA / Sonic Team)
  • Phantasy Star Online Episode III: C.A.R.D. Revolution (SEGA / Sonic Team)
  • Pokemon Colosseum (Nintendo / Genius Sonority)
  • Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness (Nintendo / Genius Sonority)
  • Skies of Arcadia Legends (SEGA / Overworks)
  • Tales of Symphonia (Namco / Namco Tales Studio)
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (Nintendo)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Nintendo)
  • Virtua Quest (SEGA / SEGA-AM2 / TOSE Software)
  • Yu-Gi-OH! The Falsebound Kingdom (Konami / KCET)
...it's dramatically better than N64 had it...
  • Harvest Moon 64 (Natsume / Victor / Toybox)
  • Hybrid Heaven (Konami / KCEO)
  • MegaMan 64 (Capcom)
  • Mystical Ninja starring Goemon (Konami / KCEO)
  • Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordly Caliber (Atlus / Quest)
  • Paper Mario (Nintendo / Intelligents Systems)
  • Quest 64 (THQ / Imagineer)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Nintendo)
...and about even with Wii (minus VC & WiiWare) so far, surprisingly...
  • Arc Rise Fantasia (Ignition Entertainment / Marvelous / imageepoch)
  • Baroque (Atlus / Sting)
  • Dokapon Kingdom (Atlus / Sting)
  • Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors (Square Enix / Genius Sonority / 8ing)
  • Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time (Square Enix)
  • Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Dungeon (Square Enix / h.a.n.d.)
  • Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn (Nintendo / Intelligent Systems)
  • Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon (XSEED Games / Namco / tri-Crescendo)
  • Harvest Moon: Animal Parade (Natsume / Marvelous)
  • Harvest Moon: Magical Melody (Natsume / Marvelous)
  • Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility (Natsume / Marvelous)
  • Little King's Story (XSEED Games / Marvelous / Cing / Townfactory)
  • Lost in Blue: Shipwrecked (Konami / Hudson)
  • Monster Hunter TRI (Capcom)
  • Muramasa: The Demon Blade (Ignition Entertainment / Marvelous / Vanillaware)
  • Okami (Capcom / Clover Studio / Ready at Dawn Studios)
  • One Piece Unlimited Adventure (Bandai Namco / Ganbarion)
  • Opoona (Koei / Arte Piazza / Cattle Call)
  • Phantom Brave: We Meet Again (N1 Soft / System Prisma)
  • Rune Factory Frontier (XSEED Games / Marvelous / Neverland)
  • Sakura Wars: Farewell My Love (N1 Soft / SEGA / Red / Overworks / Idea Factory)
  • Shiren the Wanderer (Atlus / Chunsoft)
  • Spectrobes: Origins (Disney Interactive Studios / Genki)
  • Super Paper Mario (Nintendo / Intelligent Systems)
  • Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World (Namco Bandai / Namco Tales Studio)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Nintendo)
  • Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga (XSEED Games / K2)


unlikely



This would be welcome, though my plan had been to pick up Graces in Japan either way (it's had a fan-translation patch, right?)



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Mr Khan said:

This would be welcome, though my plan had been to pick up Graces in Japan either way (it's had a fan-translation patch, right?)

Don't think the patch is out yet, but yes, it's being worked on.

Well, hopefully there's truth to this rumour, but really, unless it's Nintendo pulling out a Symphonia again, Wii-only is a stupid business decision. Just like Xbox-only Vesperia was, but hey, they can still whine about it selling badly (while it actually did quite alright). Then again it's Namco, so theres no way to discredit the rumour simply based on how much sense it makes.

Anyway, Graces is a great game IMO. So it would be good that people with the system it appears on will get to play it...one way or the other.



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Sounds pretty stupid for all the reasons already stated. This would also be like saying, "If you want the PS3 version of Tales of Graces, buy it on the Wii first." Namco would never demand that people jump through such hoops.



*drools*

Please be TRUE!!!! It would be SOOO magnificent!! There is HOPE!!! :D

*happy* :D

***after reading posts in thread: enthusiasm levels have fizzled down to a measly *nice. meh* - - - I guess there's hope but i'm not gonna hold my breath after so many months of nothing

. . . and there's always the fan translation :)
(which seems to be going great by the way: http://talesofgraces.com/)



But I already beat the PS3 version ...



Soriku said:

This generation they released one of the most disappointing for the Xbox 360- Tales of Vesperia.


WHAT!?!?

I loved Tales of Vesperia! One of my fave RPGS! ;_;

Is it really that bad? This is the only Tales game I have played, are there any you would suggest to me as you seem to know your stuff!



Namco suck imo.
Why the hell did they published game like Enslaved & Splatterhouse which sell like crap instead of the Tales series which would have done much better.