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Square noncommittal regarding The Last Remnant on PS3

Thursday, 25th June 2009 15:08 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

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During an investors meeting yesterday, Square Enix boss Yoichi Wada was a bit vague when discussing The Last Remnant finally hitting the PS3.

According to Japanese gaming blog Makonako, Wada never said the game was canceled for the system, but instead, Square is considering the pros and cons of releasing it as the title has not done was well as hoped.

Originally announced as a multiplatform title, The Last Remnant has been out for PC and Xbox 360 for quite some time.  Because of this, Square is worried that with the gap between releases being so long, the PS3 port may not be profitable decision in the end.

More over on IGN.

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7 Comments

  1. Shatner

    With the game averaging out at 66% from 70+ reviews would make me wonder who affected by the prospect of a cancellation (Square or consumers) would be the most apathetic.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. Blerk

    I wonder if they even made any money from the versions they did release.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. SniperWolf

    it bombed.. it is the right choice

    #3 6 years ago
  4. NiceFellow

    It’s probably the right choice – although with hindsight perhaps releasing fully multiplatform at the same time might have been a better one.

    #4 6 years ago
  5. loki

    After PC Last Remnant EPIC FAIL Square decide forget about this peace of crap. PS3 owner don’t miss anything

    #5 6 years ago
  6. anasui

    right choice for what? for bombing on the ps3 as well?

    I remember when ES was announced for the PS3, sony lovers were so wet they didnt want to listen to those of us who played that shit game

    #6 6 years ago
  7. freedoms_stain

    I have it for PC, better than the 360 version according to the reviews (too bad loki).

    Has some interesting ideas but falls down on too many counts.

    A lot of people probably didn’t get it, expecting a Final Fantasy in new clothes, but it really does take a new angle to the JRPG formula. Unfortunately the new approach doesn’t leave the traditional JRPG player with the control they’re used to and the battle options can be a bit iffy, like badly damaged unions not being given the option to heal or being given the option to heal when none of your unions are damaged.

    #7 6 years ago

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