We may have only just reported on the disappointing news that we won't be seeing Deep Down anytime soon, but Capcom fortunately hasn't abandoned good news entirely.
Speaking with Famitsu, producer Yoshinori Ono mentions that Dragon's Dogma Online – a free-to-play action RPG that's coming to the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 in Japan – may still head West. "First of all, we're going to start with Japan, since that's where our largest consumer stronghold is," he begins. "With regards to foreign territories, it's a matter of trial and error right now, even with Asian markets," Ono continues, before adding: "But it doesn't mean that we won't release the game elsewhere." It's not much, but it's definitely a cause for hope if you're excited to eventually try the game.
Are you desperate to slay some dragons? Bathe in the fires otherwise commonly known as the comments section below.
[source blog.esuteru.com, via gematsu.com]
It sounds like they're not entirely sure how it's going to be received outside of Japan. A bit of a weird comment really. Why don't they make a game that will appeal globally? Surely there's more money to be made that way?
Dragons Dogma was a massively overshadowed game. Its no suprise they are cautious to launch it here there and everywhere. But its another F2P MMO which is always a good thing. Now just waiting on Planetside 2 in UK and Kingdom Under Fire MMO
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