RPGFan


David Milazzo
Xseed Hopes to Bring More JRPGs to PC
They believe these games will suXseed.
08.01.13 - 10:37 PM

Currently on Steam you will find a number of Xseed games, all of them a part of the Ys series. But they want those to be the first of many (X)seeds planted in the ground. In an interview with Siliconera, executive VP Ken Berry had this to say about the performance of said Ys games and future PC support:

"They have done great on Steam, and hopefully that introduced a lot of new people to the Ys series so that they will want to check out the latest offering on PS Vita when it comes out later this year," Berry replied. "They've surpassed our expectations, and we are definitely looking to bring more titles to PC."

Furthermore, he was asked specifically about JRPGs and responded with:

"We are absolutely interested in bringing more titles, especially JRPGs, to PC. We are doing what we can to make it happen, so hopefully we will have an announcement within the next month or so."

Xseed publishes a variety of games including the Ys series, the upcoming game Rune Factory 4 for the 3DS, and Ragnarok Odyssey for the PS Vita.


Back




Twitch Schedule & Status

Sunday, September 23
Dragon Quest VIII • 10am PDT/1pm EDT

Sunday, September 30
Final Fantasy XIV Patch 4.4 • 10am PDT/1pm EDT

Mondays
Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT

Tuesdays
Star Ocean: Till The End of Time • 3:00pm PDT/5:30pm EDT
Wild ARMs 2 • 5:30pm 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Wednesdays
Wild ARMs 2 • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Thursdays
Kingdom Hearts - Re:Chain of Memories • 2:30pm PDT/5:30pm EDT
Wild ARMs 2 • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Fridays
Final Fantasy IX • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT
Friday Super Variety Night • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Saturdays
Week in Review: Live Edition • 11am PDT/2pm EDT
Wild ARMs 2 • 5pm PDT/8pm EDT

CrossCode Giveaway

CrossCode Giveaway

Competition
Heaven Will Be Mine Review

Heaven Will Be Mine

Review
Retro Encounter 154

Retro Encounter 154

Podcast
CrossCode Review

CrossCode

Review
428: Shibuya Scramble Review

428: Shibuya Scramble

Review