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12-10-2009, 08:52 AM
namco bandai¬* when are u guys going to make a rpg game for the ps3 or the psp on dbz is been my dream to see the world come to life on the ps3 u going on missons and leveling up to be come strong i no if u guys take the time u can do it bandai u guy have¬* namco at your said what do all u dbz fans think about right¬* a dbz game on the ps 3 it be nice
12-11-2009, 07:44 PM
If you're going to ask for something could you please at least ask for it in legible english. People will at least take your request more seriously then.
Basically from what I can tell you want Namco bandai to make a Dragon ball Z rpg on either the psp or ps3.
Not a half bad idea but it would have to be very well executed to be worth while as most lisenced rpgs have a high tendency to suck. Personally I think Cyberconnect would be a good choice for a developer if you want to get something decent but they are pretty busy working on other stuff (.hack/link and various naruto games)
12-11-2009, 07:55 PM
I think it will be really cool, but at the same time I am weary about it. The main reasoning behind it being that it would be a very very delicate process. Saga in my opinion kinda sucked...had some cool points to it though.
12-11-2009, 10:11 PM
yea u are right sagas did suck but it be cool if they took there time u no the ds gets dbz rpgs how come the psp or ps3 do not man
12-19-2009, 01:09 AM
Becuse the DS is the cheapest of the 3 to develop for. Dragon ball games sell but they don't exactly like the charts on fire thus they might now want to sink the money into developing a next gen rgp one since it's sales would probably be abysmal.
12-19-2009, 09:40 PM
Why would they make a DBZ rpg for the PS3?¬* It makes no sense, when they could make a fighter for the same cost and make 20x's the profit.¬* They're just not going to, the only reason they made it for the DS is because a fighter for the DS would suck and look really bad.
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