However, Square's creatives are starting to push this "make some noise and we'll see" approach. And, it might just be that by making some racket, things are actually happening.
So now, after the Adventures of Mana and Setsuna farce (boo!), the Dragon Quest Builders digital only news (yay!), we now turn to the madness of Romancing Saga 2. It already exists in English is coming to iOS and Android, but was flatly ignored on Vita, until now, when we get this message:
So, progress, of a sort. Which still leaves this lot and more up in the air:Hello world! We've released Romancing SaGa 2 English version on iPhone/Android.— 河津秋敏 (@SaGa25kawazu) May 28, 2016
For PSVita, we're working now. I want your patience, please.
- Dragon Quest Heroes II
- SaGa Scarlet Grace
- Final Fantasy Adventures
- The missing Final Fantasy Crisis Core on PSN
That's where we go back to the men in suits. One joined up bit of policy for the Vita, saying "yes, let's do this properly" and there's no need for the endless noise making and online petitions. So, sort out it Square Enix, accept there's a small but vibrant user base, and a valuable source of revenue here and make your own noise!