Yeah, I'm fairly surprised by that.
Makes three of us. The only thing I can suggest is that everyone makes sure that they replied to the email they got.
This game also affects the future chances of getting a game like Demon Gaze or Labyrinth Cross. The developers WANT to release those games to the US, but if the market's not there or full of people who want the next FF or DQ it's not going to happen.
@chimpmeister - The oldest of the genre love Wizardry for various reasons. Let me take a small whack at it.
Class of Heroes 2 is a JRPG only if you tell yourself that it is. Wizardry is actually sets of puzzles more than anything else - it just has an RPG interface and lets you put as much story into it as you want (I never did actually LOL). I know the WRPGs have been influenced through time by games like Ultima Underworld. Might and Magic 6, Betrayal at Krondor, Morrowind...and JRPGs have their own influences.
I don't complain about others playing Picross or word searches or Tetris
I just want the type of puzzle I grew up with. If they throw a lot of fluff or suck the life out of it to sell more copies or change it around a lot, I may not buy it because it's all about trade-offs. Great puzzles don't age.
Edited by rockykai, 10 February 2013 - 11:20 PM.