Petition for a Worldwide release of "The Last Story"

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  1. ManFranceGermany
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    Am I really gonna have to be the first to say that petitions, especially online ones, don't matter?
     
  3. ManFranceGermany
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    The proof is in the pudding
     
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    I don't care if it doesn't matter, I signed it for the lolz.
     
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    this is going to end up just like all those fatal frame 4 petitions. nothing is going to come of it.
     
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    I signed, but I'm not to optimistic. If it's released, I highly doubt it will be because of an online petition. At the very least, I'm sure we'll get a fan translation soon enough.
     
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    The game isn't even out in japan yet, so whatever it comes or not has not been decided.

    Of course, it's a Wii exclusive permanently because the development team worked closely with nintendo. If the dev team worked closely with Nintendo, Nintendo will probably work on the localisation too.
     
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    Online petitions: The lazy man's protest.
    I signed, but I doubt it's going to influence them much. (if it at all)
     
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    Online petitions are completely ineffective. Remember the petition to release the source code for Blood? Never happened.
     
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    I'll sign. Why not? People think petitions don't matter but companies do at least pay attention to this stuff.
     
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    Hell. Yes.

    And that is proof enough.
     
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    Name one time a company decided to do something on an online petition alone. Not to sound mean, but most companies probably wouldn't give a rats ass if you wanted this game to be released world wide, let alone a thousand of you. But... there is strength in numbers, so...
     
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    Already signed! I'm like number 6010 ish [​IMG] Anything I can do to help bring this game to the US!
     
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    Actually, here in British Columbia, we had a province-wide petition that managed to succeed in collecting a certain amount of votes in all ridings, and we could be overthrowing the Harmonized Sales Tax instated last summer in a referendum. Though the petition was not online.

    And more on topic, how about we wait for the game to come out before we decide whether or not it's any good/worth getting an overseas release?
     
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    It depends, for example in Brazil, online petitions doesnt have any value, none at all, i mean at law.
     
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    But your country says Taiwan... [​IMG]
    Does not compute.
    And we're talking about Nintendo here. Has any petition commissioned to them ever worked before?
     
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    More a matter of displaying cultural heritage in regards to Taiwan. [​IMG] And no, I don't think petitions have ever succeeded against Nintendo.
     
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    signed as well! you never know what may come of this =)
     

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