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Switch title "Octopath Traveler" coming to PC on June 7 (Via Steam and Squareenix Online Store)

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RingoGaSuki said:
I'm happy that more people will get to experience this, a really great game. Hopefully this drums up more interest in its prequel and sequel.

Yep.

I hope they do the same for Bravely series.



    

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I mean it's just like Ni no Kuni 2 and the Yakuza series at this point. Console exclusive + PC Port. Although, I'm glad it can have another shoot at increasing it's sales to help develop a good sequel. The game was fantastic and I can't wait for what Division 11 (I know they're not called that anymore but I'll still do) will have in it's sleeves !

Can't wait to also smack the two people questionning it's original price tag cuz of it's artistic direction



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Cerebralbore101 said:
I always thought Octopath Traveler was expensive for $60. After all it's just a 2D alphamap game. I only bought it, in the hopes that SE would create more exclusive throwback RPGs for Switch. I feel betrayed. Either launch the damned game day and date on Steam, or don't bother lying to us telling us that it's "exclusive". Had they done what Valkyria Chronicles 4 did, I'd be fine. I love Sega for releasing that game on everything. It's up front, and honest. Meanwhile Square says exclusive when they don't really mean it, and neglects to print enough physical copies to satisfy the market.

Please just make Octopath Traveler 2, and release it day and date for everything at $50. That's all I ask.

Meh, I got 95 h of gaming time out of Octopath Traveler. $60 for that amount of game time is fair.



Cerebralbore101 said:

Waiting for Octopath to go on sale on Switch would have been a bad idea for several reasons. Square didn't print enough physical copies, so the game would have become hard to find after a while. Switch has limited storage, so physical was a must buy. 

Download size less than 2 GB, install size less than 3 GB... not really a game where "physical is a must buy."



Great, another Steam exclusive, as if the PC market isn't divided enough already.



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I want to play this it's likely come to Ps4 soon



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Good game, people should pick it up. I got it for free but I'd definitely have paid full price for it.



Why not just release it for everything?



KLXVER said:
Why not just release it for everything?

Because the Xbox fans won't buy a game like this.



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Spindel said:
Cerebralbore101 said:
I always thought Octopath Traveler was expensive for $60. After all it's just a 2D alphamap game. I only bought it, in the hopes that SE would create more exclusive throwback RPGs for Switch. I feel betrayed. Either launch the damned game day and date on Steam, or don't bother lying to us telling us that it's "exclusive". Had they done what Valkyria Chronicles 4 did, I'd be fine. I love Sega for releasing that game on everything. It's up front, and honest. Meanwhile Square says exclusive when they don't really mean it, and neglects to print enough physical copies to satisfy the market.

Please just make Octopath Traveler 2, and release it day and date for everything at $50. That's all I ask.

Meh, I got 95 h of gaming time out of Octopath Traveler. $60 for that amount of game time is fair.

I got 100 hours out of Stardew Valley. So by that logic it should have cost $60 too.