Nooooooo ! Blood of Bahamut..

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by de_Killer, Jun 2, 2010.

  1. de_Killer
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  2. Anne Noise

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    Harsh, but not surprising. Still one of my favorite DS games.
     
  3. prowler

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    The game is crap anyway.
     
  4. elixirdream

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    hmmmmmm.... cbf about it
    since not on my watch list [​IMG]
    DQ9!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    de_Killer,
    if you read chinese then i suggest you to try the translated version [​IMG]
    its been out for nearly a year
     
  5. heavyknight

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    "After the embarrassing failure of title in Japan (less than 30,000 copies in its first week) and a few months of reflection, Square Enix has decided to remove the mark in the U.S.,"
    30,000 doesn't seem that bad, TBH. This would've been a decent game for 2010.
     
  6. Raven Darkheart

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    time for the noobs to bug the translators?
     
  7. Inunah

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    Meh, I'm glad the US won't see this game. It's just a ripoff of Shadow of the Colossus except not as good.
     
  8. Anne Noise

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    I think the issue is that a Squeenix game in Japan, on the DS, was probably expected to shift way more than 30k - for a situation like this, 30k is miserable. Games like Pokemon shift 1m+ in their first week. If BoB had sold 30k a week consistently, it would take almost a year to match the one week sales of a major title.