As many of us have heard the Prompto VR Shooter mode will not be available for Final Fantasy XV. Even though, Square Enix showcased this feature back in 2016 for whatever reason they decided not to move forward with the VR mode in FFXV. However, in terms of sales without the Prompto VR mode Final Fantasy XV is still one of the most popular RPG titles in the gaming world right now.
On the PlayStation 4 Final Fantasy XV has managed to sell close to 5 million units worldwide and it seems like things are only going to improve as we move the year progresses. As far as whether or not FFXV will be affected in terms of sales don’t seem like much of a question especially for PS4.
Since Dragon Quest XI was released in late July of 2017 it has quickly become one of the best selling games for the PlayStation 4 in Japan. Dragon Quest XI had retails over 2 million units worldwide within 48 hours after its release and has sold at least 3 million units overall. Keep in mind that Dragon Quest XI was released for the PlayStation 4 and the Nintendo 3DS. The fact that Dragon Quest XI was such s huge success in Japan may not come as a surprise to many people especially since many fans of the series have been waiting for this game since 2012.
Dragon Quest XI is set to be released in America sometime in 2018 and there are many people wondering how well the game will do in sales. In America shooter based video games along with RPG’s are both popular genres that people love to buy especially for the PS4 and Xbox One. Sometime between 2017-2018 Dragon Quest XI is expected to be ported for the Nintendo Switch. Since the Nintendo Switch has done great in sales in America Dragon Quest XI would be a role playing game will generate the interest of people who own the console.
There are many people who are fans of the Street Fighter series who have different opinions about which game was better. When Street Fighter V was first released many people ragged on the game since the game since it was rushed. But ever since Capcom included all of the features that were intended to be in Street Fighter V such as new characters and cinematic cutscenes some people believe that it’s one of the best titles in the entire series.
When the original Super Street Fighter IV title Capcom gave us the finished version of the game with all of the characters along with an exciting online multiplayer mode. When Super Street Fighter IV was first released it seemed like it gained more mainstream attention back in 2010 then Street Fighter V did 2016. While Street Fighter IV featured a large roster of classic characters from the II and Alpha series Street Fighter V was probably one of the first games in the series to have a campaign mode that resembled an actual movie.
When it comes down to fighting titles of the PlayStation 4 J Stars Victory vs was probably on of the most underrated titles for the PlayStation 4. If you were a huge manga reader or a fan of anime then J Stars Victory vs was a must in terms of games to own for the PlayStation 4. This game has featured characters from anime and manga series such as One Piece, Bleach, Naruto, Dragonball Z, Yu Yu Hakusho and more which made J Stars Victory vs such a great multiplayer title for the PS4.
There were various features included in J Stars Victory vs that contributes to the overall replay value of the game itself including multi-player story mode “J Adventure” along with the multiplayer battle mode “Victory Road”. While J Stars Victory vs has been criticized by some people for not having an in Detroit it’s still a game that many would love to see ported for the PlayStation Neo in the future.
Titanfall 2 was probably one of the most popular first person shooter games of 2016. Not only did Titanfall 2 have an exciting single Player campaign mode but the multiplayer gameplay online and offline added to the overall replay value of this title. Titanfall at various multiplayer options including Attrition, Capture the Flag, Skirmish, Bountry Hunt, Amped Hardpoint and more.
Since Titanfall 2 was released back in October 2016 the game has reportedly managed to sell over 1 million units for both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One. While the overall sales for Titanfall 2 was said to be lower than expected it would be interesting to see the game ported for the PlayStation Neo. Since Xbox One X will be backwards compatible those who purchase the console would be able to enjoy Titanfall 2 for the Xbox One X if they never owned an Xbox One in the past.
There are many people who are excited about the upcoming release of Marvel vs Capcom Infinite for Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 in September 2017. Since both Sony and Microsoft plan on releasing new game consoles in the near future many people are wondering whether or not Marvel vs Capcom Infinite will be ported for the PlayStation Neo or the Xbox One X. At this point it seems likely that it will eventually happen since they are both next generation consoles.
However, neither Sony or Microsoft has confirmed whether or not Marvel vs Capcom Infinite will be ported for the PlayStation Neo or the Xbox One X. Even if Marvel vs Capcom Infinite was ported for both consoles in the future most people will probably buy it for the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One X since they already have both consoles.
We all remember when Tales of Zestiria was released for the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 back in 2015. As cool as this title was for the PlayStation 3 & 4 the game was not heavily on the the radar in terms of popular RPG titles in America. Despite, not being too popular in America Tales of Zestiria is one of those game that deserves to be ported for the Nintendo Switch.
When Tales of Zestiria gwas first released back in 2015 the game had the game had managed to Ship over 400,000 during its first week which was impressive. In terms of RPG titles it would be great to see this game ported for the Nintendo Switch in the future.