How are you? Me? I'm great! How about you? Have you seen the numbers for Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance and Theatrythm: Final Fantasy? Cool right? Well, you can't blame it if it can't beat the cross-platform games in terms of sales because after all, they are cross platforms. Your sales for these two fantastic titles are good and big and I hope you seriously consider bringing more of your Japanese games outside Japan because you know, they are really cool and most of all, memorable.
blew away the competition in Japan. Yes. Even with competition from other big titles, heck, even from smartphones, you presented and delivered a game that is so cool even the non-Japan gaming public know of Bravely Default's existence.
You've read it right. And I'm sure I'm not the only guy who thinks this way. What, you want us to knock on your Facebook and Twitter's doorsteps? I think we are doing that. How about giving us some consideration and do something about the game?
You might say that some of your titles didn't sell as it's supposed to be, like The World Ends With You. But I think you can blame the game's sales on piracy. I am perfectly, absolutely sure that piracy on the Nintendo 3DS will take a longer time. Heck, perhaps, with constant updates from Nintendo, there's even a chance that they won't be able to penetrate the system. And that's one reason why I think the game will sell well.
Another reason? It's on the Nintendo 3DS. It's on a system that has sold literally millions of hardware around the world now. And it is the perfect platform for you guys to tell everyone that you can deliver the gaming genre that you literally built - Japanese Role-playing games.
Square Enix, there's no doubt that you are the spiritual leader of JRPGs. It was with your RPGs that the we first fell in love with. It was your Final Fantasy VI that closes the Super Nintendo Entertainment System on a high note. It was your Final Fantasy VII that put JRPGs in the spotlight. It was your Dragon Quest IX that made everyone feel that JRPGs on handheld consoles are still awesome and immersive. It was your Chaos Rings that proved to everyone that the genre is also perfect with mobile smartphones. If there's only one that can do it, it will be you.
Oh wait, look what I found:
I seriously hope you consider this Square Enix. I'm not hoping that you will reply here. Your reply will be your announcement of a western localization of the game.
Michael Vincent - Just a Blogger and Random Slime