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flamesofchaos avatar 8:55 PM on 02.09.2009
According to XSEED if you want Fragile buy Retro Game Challenge!!!

Today during IGN Nintendo's podcast on the segment of Retro Game Challenge they made a blurb about XSEED games how they are bringing out awesome games that gamers would genuinely want to play. Well in one segment the Xseed president requested the IGN Nintendo crew to spread the word about one thing: If you want a bigger chance of Fragile to come out in America then he encourages you to buy Retro Game Challenge.

The reason is two fold: 1. In Japan Retro Game Challenge and Fragile are both published and made/funded by Namco Bandai, Xseed already got the rights to publish Retro Game Challenge in North America so it will should be easier for them to secure the rights to publish Fragile here. And number 2) Sales, Xseed will have something to back them up, sales numbers since both of the two games are Namco-Bandai games as stated above Xseed can prove to Namco-Bandai that there is genuine demand in North America for some of the stuff that Namco-Bandai doesn't publish in North America(which could easily include Fragile) and since they can see that XSEED did a good job with getting enough sales of Retro Game Challenge and XSEED will have an easier time to obtain the license in the event that Namco-Bandai doesn't want to publish it themselves.


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