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Little Busters! English Edition
Hardcopy release/handheld port?
Just chiming in with a suggestion to consider releasing a DRM-free hardcopy of this game in the future. Many VN fans would love to see one (with a complete OST, artbook etc.).

Also hoping for a handheld port, maybe the PS Vita or the Nintendo Switch? That would increase the potential reach for this title as well.

Thanks, good luck with the release!
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1. The game isn't even out on Steam yet and you're already requesting stuff?
2. Vita/Switch and "potental reach" is an oxymoron, just admit that you bought either a dead handheld or impulsively slammed money on a console that had 5 new games and stop telling others to adapt to your bad decision making.
Baldr Apr 30 @ 9:22am 
People reacting aggressively to a simple question must be so frustrated...
Anyway, Vita ports are pretty popular in VNs, just look at Sekai Project, Dies Irae or SnK.
Nonetheless, I don't think this game will receive one. Visual Art's localisations are digital only.
Originally posted by DoublePLayer:
1. The game isn't even out on Steam yet and you're already requesting stuff?
2. Vita/Switch and "potental reach" is an oxymoron, just admit that you bought either a dead handheld or impulsively slammed money on a console that had 5 new games and stop telling others to adapt to your bad decision making.

Jesus, you're saying that to this poor lad when there's some other dude wanting unnecessary Ecstasy porn literally next discussion? Don't be so aggressive for no reason and stop judging people for the way and on what they spend money, it's ridiculous.

Honestly, with the amount of times Little Busters has been released so far I doubt Visual Arts will aim for even more. Even assuming we could nail a Vita release (which I don't think is very likely because there isn't much of a market who won't prefer playing the game on Steam with superior resolution), the Switch is definitely out of the question. The PS3 was a visual novel welcoming platform but the Switch won't attract the same kind of interest, at least for now, so it sounds like they'd lose more than they'd gain.
The Vita ports have always been stretch goals rather than primary platforms.

Regarding Ecstasy edition: Oh no, someone wants more content? Was it made with slave/child labour?
IAIsLife May 1 @ 12:35pm 
No need to be rude DoublePLayer. I was only suggesting things that VisualArts/Key can take into consideration for the future. And you argue that the Vita is dead, yet a playable English Clannad demo was showcased at least year's Tokyo Game Show. Wouldn't be surprising if that evantually became a full release. There's also several VNs coming to it this year (with more rumoured lie Chaos;Child and Nurse Love Addiction) so your argument is stupid and shows ignorance.

Also, I don't own a Switch yet, so you were wrong in assuming that, however it has the potential to become another VN machine like the Vita due to it's portability in the future. It all depends as to whether companies want to take the risk. Personally, I think they will and it wil do well in a year or so when the VNs dry up on Vita.
Oh yes, a demo shown one year ago means the world to everyone! except not really
The only reason any games are coming to Vita is because of the PS4 <=> Vita thing Sony pushed for a while, making porting and developing the games relatively easy.

Ok, you don't own a Switch, which is why I used to word "or". My assumption was that you either have a Switch or http://i.imgur.com/xjPi6Th.gif therefore it wasn't wrong.
Yureina May 1 @ 4:14pm 
Well, the OST is on iTunes if people want it. So that's one thing you can get your hands on pretty easily.
Originally posted by Yureina:
Well, the OST is on iTunes if people want it. So that's one thing you can get your hands on pretty easily.
It dosen't beat getting a physical OST though. That probably exists in Japanese, though probably won't be readily available now.

Originally posted by DoublePLayer:
Oh yes, a demo shown one year ago means the world to everyone! except not really
Never say never, it may actually materialise. Though I will agree on your PS4 -> Vita point, but that hasn't stopped Vita exclusives coming our way this year, including a handful of otome visual novels.
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twocows May 4 @ 6:47pm 
I'd be down. I'd probably buy all of them. I'd go for a collector's edition or something, too.

I don't think it'll happen unless the sales numbers end up being through the roof, though.
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