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    BoltBlader is offline Senior Member Well Known
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    wow geez.. if onli the tales series could release a game on the ds.. thatll b awesome...

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    I'm considering buying a ds. I always supported it but i never really wanted either the PSP or the DS. But i played Nintendogs... I have to have it now.

    sad i know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoltBlader
    wow geez.. if onli the tales series could release a game on the ds.. thatll b awesome...
    Nintendo of Japan announced a large dose of new Nintendo DS titles at the Nintendo Conference 2005:

    * Gyakuten Saiban 4 (Capcom, 2006)
    * Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles (Square Enix)
    * Final Fantasy III (Square Enix, 2006)
    * Mario & Luigi RPG 2 (Nintendo, 12/29/2005)
    * Rainbow Island DS (Taito, 01/05/2006)
    * Kahashima Ryuuta Kyouju no Nouo Kitaeru Otona DS Training 2 (Nintendo, 12/29/2005)
    * Tales DS (Namco)
    * Tingle RPG (Nintendo)
    * Magical Vacation (Nintendo)
    * Ash (MistWalker)
    * Tenchu DS (From Software)
    * Kaitou Wario (Nintendo)
    * Wishroom (Nintendo)
    * Eigo Zuke DS [English Training] (Nintendo)
    * Detect Hacker (Nintendo)
    * Densetsu no Stafi 4 (Nintendo)
    * Puzzle Up DS (Nintendo)
    * Bomberman Story (Hudson)
    * New Gundam (Bandai)
    * Mario Basket 3 on 3 (Nintendo)
    * Custom Robo DS (Nintendo)
    * Yu-Gi-Oh (Konami)
    * Nobunaga's Ambition DS (Koei)
    * Ocha Inu no Heya (Koei)
    * Daikookai Jidai DS (Koei)
    * Stylebook Series (Bandai)
    * Dracula Castlevania (Konami)
    * Dangerious Jisan (Konami)
    * Vs. Puzzle Papi Inu Vector Wan (Konami)
    * Crossword Puzzle (Nintendo)
    * Jigsaw Puzzle (Nintendo)
    * Sudokou (Nintendo)

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    wow.. i thort namco shunned their backs on nintendo considering how badly ToS did on the gamecube

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    Im intrigued about final fantasy 3. Do they plan to remake it completely or just update it to the ds(for example, what they did with ff1+2)?

    And yay for custom roboDS \/
    Word.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoltBlader
    wow.. i thort namco shunned their backs on nintendo considering how badly ToS did on the gamecube
    ?!? It sold a couple hundred-thousand copies here in US, best ever for US release for a tales game.

    It sold, like, 300,000 in Japan. Which is pretty good, but Tales games are used to selling in the millions there.

    Iiorei, they announced FF3 isn't just being remade, they're remaking it in 3D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matrias
    Quote Originally Posted by BoltBlader
    wow.. i thort namco shunned their backs on nintendo considering how badly ToS did on the gamecube
    ?!? It sold a couple hundred-thousand copies here in US, best ever for US release for a tales game.

    It sold, like, 300,000 in Japan. Which is pretty good, but Tales games are used to selling in the millions there.

    Iiorei, they announced FF3 isn't just being remade, they're remaking it in 3D.
    ps2 outsold gamecube with ToS, and ps2 onli released ToS in japan. That's why namco didnt make tales of rebirth on the gamecube system again. However the DS is leadin the race against PSP but quite a margin, so it makes sense that namco released a tales game on the DS


    http://www.rpgfan.com/news/2005/1175.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by liorei
    Im intrigued about final fantasy 3. Do they plan to remake it completely or just update it to the ds(for example, what they did with ff1+2)?

    And yay for custom roboDS \/
    I already posted a picture of FF III, it will be totally 3D and use DS features. (and it looks great.)




    @ Boltblader

    Namco didnīt, there will be a Baten Kaitos 2 on Gamecube and Xenosaga I+II for DS, as well as an Tales game.




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    Quote Originally Posted by BoltBlader
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoltBlader
    wow.. i thort namco shunned their backs on nintendo considering how badly ToS did on the gamecube
    ?!? It sold a couple hundred-thousand copies here in US, best ever for US release for a tales game.

    It sold, like, 300,000 in Japan. Which is pretty good, but Tales games are used to selling in the millions there.

    Iiorei, they announced FF3 isn't just being remade, they're remaking it in 3D.
    ps2 outsold gamecube with ToS, and ps2 onli released ToS in japan. That's why namco didnt make tales of rebirth on the gamecube system again. However the DS is leadin the race against PSP but quite a margin, so it makes sense that namco released a tales game on the DS


    http://www.rpgfan.com/news/2005/1175.html
    ...Did you even read the numbers?



    The PS2 Tale of Symphonia released in Japan and sold 395,000 in Japan.

    The Gamecube ToS released in North America and sold 285,000 copies. Then it sold another 184,000 in Europe. That's 469,000 thousand copies, which is already more then the PS2 version.

    Not only that, but according to these sales charts, the Gamecube version sold 311,473 copies in Japan when it originally came out.

    http://www.the-magicbox.com/Chart-BestSell2003b.shtml

    That's 780,470 copies in total for world wide sales. It globally sold 385,470 more copies then the PS2 version. That's nearly twice as much as the PS2 version sold, and it also makes the Gamecube version the best selling Tales game in North America EVER.



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