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PEEPer0nni said:
vivster said:
Too bad. Might have checked it out on PC.

Wouldn't it be great if there was just one platform? Then everyone could enjoy every game.

Surprising to see such a comment on this type of website. Only pc gamers feel entitled to have all the games in the world. I've never seen a ps owner bitching about Zelda not being on PS4.

Because console players are used to exclusivity and have already been taught well by their platform overlords that wanting choice is a no no. Because choice means less money for their platform overlords and that makes them owy.

Also, I don't know what about wanting to play all games without being forced through arbitrary hoops is entitlement. As if exclusivity isn't an inherently consumer unfriendly scheme to squeeze out more money and forcing people into an eco system.

Yeah, but show me a single console owner that would rather play exclusive games on another platform than the one they already own. Look at how happy Switch owners are about all the ports. Could it be that it's a good thing to get more games on the platform you own? Nah, that's just stupid entitlement. We must be beholden to the platform holders. And when they say we cannot have a game because they say so, we should be damn well pleased with that. And if we complain, it's down into the console dungeon where we will be flailed by proprietary controllers that use generic APIs but will for some magic reason not work on other platforms. AND WE WILL BE GOD DAMN HAPPY ABOUT THAT!



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Azuren said:
vivster said:
Too bad. Might have checked it out on PC.

Wouldn't it be great if there was just one platform? Then everyone could enjoy every game.

Wouldn't it be great if there was just one race? Then everyone could enjoy listening to Disturbed.

Gotta be honest, this was way funnier than it should have been x'D!

PEEPer0nni said:
vivster said:
Too bad. Might have checked it out on PC.

Wouldn't it be great if there was just one platform? Then everyone could enjoy every game.

Surprising to see such a comment on this type of website. Only pc gamers feel entitled to have all the games in the world. I've never seen a ps owner bitching about Zelda not being on PS4.

No, but I have seen Xbox One fans bitching about having Xbox One games on PC.

PhatChips said:
That's an invalid reason. You don't make games to honor a platform. You make games for profit.

The "money" has been in Playstation almost entirely this generation. Final Fantasy XV proved that. And they've already gone after near-exclusivity with stuff like Kingdom Hearts collection or Nier Automata. Although I feel like Nier's success on PC should motivate Square to put more games on Steam, don't know what's up with that.



Dissidia, and Dissidia 012 is exclusive on Sony handheld device since 2008.

If you're still holding out and waiting on those two then expect nothing different with Dissidia NT. Don't hold your breath tho.



think-man said:

Bad news for anyone that was holding out for this to come to other platforms.

 

Those that might have been for Final Fantasy Dissidia NT to go to other platforms will be waiting a long time! Dualshockers reports that Dissidia NT will not be making its way to other consoles. Producer Ichiro Hazama states that they want to honor the relationship they have with Sony involving the game, which makes sense considering that even the arcade version of Dissidia NT was built with PlayStation 4 technology.

Here’s the statement from Dualshockers:

At Gamescom in Cologne, DualShockers had a chat with Producer Ichiro Hazama and Director Takeo Kujiraoka, and we asked if the team is considering an expansion of other platforms.

Hazama-san mentioned that the team isn’t thinking about any other platforms at the moment. They want to make sure that the relationship with Sony Interactive Entertainment is honored and that the game is perfected into the best it can be before considering anything else.

Takeo Kujiraoka also has more to add about the PlayStation 4 Pro enhancements for Dissidia NT:

Speaking of PS4, Kujiraoka-san also promised that there are going to be improvements for the game on PS4 Pro, but at this stage he isn’t able to provide more details. All he can say is that the game is going to look more beautiful on Sony’s souped-up console. That being said, both PS4 and PS4 Pro will run the game at 60 frames-per-second.

 

Source: http://www.playstationlifestyle.net/2017/09/12/dissidia-final-fantasy-nt-multiplatform/#JObPsfGgxxg7ThIi.99

"Those that might have been for Final Fantasy Dissidia NT to go to other platforms will be waiting a long time!"

 

It's always a waiting game with you Square, isn't it?



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vivster said:
Too bad. Might have checked it out on PC.

Wouldn't it be great if there was just one platform? Then everyone could enjoy every game.

Still working on your communist regime vision for the rest of us?  Yeah, one brand with no choice for the consumer sounds like a dream come true...



PhatChips said:
That's an invalid reason. You don't make games to honor a platform. You make games for profit.

This ^

Producer can say whatever he wants. If SE believes it can significantly improve its bottom line by porting this to another system, then it don't matter what the producer wants to honor.



John2290 said:
vivster said:
Too bad. Might have checked it out on PC.

Wouldn't it be great if there was just one platform? Then everyone could enjoy every game.

Sounds like commy talk. We need less of that seeping into gaming.

Commy talk?.



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irstupid said:
PhatChips said:
That's an invalid reason. You don't make games to honor a platform. You make games for profit.

This ^

Producer can say whatever he wants. If SE believes it can significantly improve its bottom line by porting this to another system, then it don't matter what the producer wants to honor.

I guess it really depends how much Sony was involved with the project, if they have invested money into it then they could have some say on the matter.



Not a surprise, but it would be nice to get a PC port eventually for the longevity.