Final Fantasy Gaiden: The 4 Heroes of Light Goes International

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    News Source: Siliconera
     
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    Is this there little surprise or is this something different?
     
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    SE had a change of heart.
     
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    No, they said they might not localize all the games in other countries.

    They just weren't concrete about it. Never said they wouldn't.
     
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    This is great news. Thank you, SE.
     
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    Good, now maybe Stealth Fox will stop raging (lol, not). I'm actually surprised they're taking out the Final Fantasy name, seeing how the series sells on name alone and this one might not since it isn't named that... Possibly some bad marketing decisions there, we'll see.

    Yeah, in an interview with Siliconera, Square Enix was asked about this game as well as a couple of other games. Whether they'd be localized. Their response was not "no" but rather "we don't know". Some morons took that the wrong way and thought "waaaaahhh SE haets meh!!! Ragegasm!" Gotta love the ignorance there, where simple maybe's or dunno's mean no... Guess it just goes to show that on the internet, you have the right to remain silent, anything you say WILL be misquoted and used against you. Reminds me of high school gossip. Facepalm and all.

    Now just bring on Lufia DS, SaGa 2, and even Blood of Bahamut for good measure (even though BoB wasn't very fun). Those are still to be seen. I have some doubt we'll see all of those.
     
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    1 down, now I just want Estopolis localized and im happy, good thing DS isnt dying
     
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    it is possible that there was a sort of sarcasm that we arent going to translate it locally but infact let everything go worldwide... or maybe they just are going to do the really good confirmed games... or maybe they reversed their statements
     
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    No, their words were specifically "we're not sure if we'll localize all our DS games". Some people just took that as an absolute no. Uncertainty can sometimes mean negative things when it comes to game business. They don't always want to alienate their fans by outright saying no.
     

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