Will Fire Emblem: Three House reach over one million units in sales?

In relation to upcoming games for the Nintendo Switch one of the many titles that everyone is talking about right now is Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The game is a tactical RPG which is currently set to appear sometime in the second quarter or 2019 and there is still very little we know about the game since its reveal trailer from E3 2018. While we did see footage of Fire Emblem: Three Houses there have been other discovers about the game that has been made. In FE: Three Houses we have discovered that people can move their characters around freely to explore different areas as the setting takes place in a fictional world known as Fodlan.

Commanding troops in battle along with a robust combat system that includes actions such as: Magic, Attack and Combat Arts looks rather interesting along with the visuals and mechanics of Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Seeing how popular Fire Emblem: Warriors was on the Nintendo Switch back in 2017 there is no doubt that the series is still an attraction after being around for almost 30 years. FE: Warriors had reported managed to sell at least one million copies worldwide since its release and seeing how highly anticipated Fire Three Houses is for the Nintendo Switch it can possibly sell even more within a short period of time.

Will Moonligher sell over one million copies on Nintendo Switch within its first week?

As of right now there are so many games that the world is looking forward to seeing next month in November. One of the many games that has people talking is a rouge-like Action-RPG developed by 11bit Studios called Moonligher which expected to appear on November 5th for the Nintendo Switch. As it currently stands many people are pre-ordering Moonligher before its official release. As if right now it’s hard to speculate how popular Moonligher will become on the Nintendo Switch especially in relation to sales. With Black Friday and Christmas coming up soon Moonligher could definitely exceed the expectations of many people in relation to sales.

As far as Moonligher possibly selling more than one million copies within its first week is concerned its something that seems unlikely. However, there is no doubt that Moonligher could eventually sell more than one million copies worldwide within a year on the Nintendo Switch. For those who plan purchasing Moonligher the game can be pre-ordered for the Nintendo Switch for $34.99.

Will we ever see a Seiken Densetsu 5?

As many people know the Seiken Densetsu series is legendary and as been around since the early 90’s. Since the early 90’s we saw big games within the series such as Seiken Densetsu 2/Secret of Mana along with Seiken Densetsu 3 which both appeared on the SNES between 1993-1995. Many would argue that the series had reached its peak following the release of Seiken Densetsu 2. Ever since Secret of Mana came out it ended up becoming one of the most popular Action-RPG’s to have ever appeared on the SNES back in the early 90’s. While Seiken Densetsu 3 remained a Japanese exclusive for the SNES we did get to see another game called the Legend of Mana which was released in 1999 for the PS1.

Since then we got to some other games within the series including Sword of Mana for the Game Boy Advance along with Children of Mana for the Nintendo DS between 2003-2006. It was during 2006 where Seiken Densetsu 4/Dawn of Mana appeared on the PlayStation 2. While Dawn of Mana fell below the expectations of many people there are still those who are long time fans of the series would love to see a Seiken Densetsu 5 for a current generation console such as the Nintendo Switch or the PS4. However, if Square Enix ever decides to make a Seiken Densetsu 5 going back to the 16 bit graphics and gameplay used in Secret of Mana dud the early 90’s for the SNES would definitely be a great idea.

The visuals and gameplay for Dawn of Mana was completely different from what fans were used to seeing in the Seiken Densetsu series which might be one of the many reasons why the game did not live up to the expectations of critics. If Square Enix decides to make a Seiken Densetsu 5 then returning to their roots should be a prior in a potential upcoming release of this game. But as of right now it seems like Square Enix has no plans whatsoever on making a Seiken Densetsu 5 and it’s unlikely that it will ever happen.

Upcoming Games- Unexplored: Unlocked Edition (2018)

There are so many big games that the world is looking forward to seeing on the Nintendo Switch as we get closer to 2019. As far as the month of August is concerned one of the more interesting games that we will be seeing soon is an RPG title called Unexplored: Unlocked Edition. For those who do not know Unexplored: Unlocked Edition is a single player action role playing game developed by Nephilim Game Studios and published by Digerati. Unexplored: Unlocked Edition takes players on an exciting journey as they travel throughout various dungeons to solve puzzles while battling numerous adversaries.

As far as gameplay is concerned some of the features that stands out the most about Unexplored: Unlocked Edition includes the 2D top down perspective along with the fact that its rougelite game with stealth mechanics. As players progress the game they will have the opportunity to unlock various different classes such as Rouge, Adventurer and Wizard while learning how to master them as well. For those who are interested in purchasing Unexplored: Unlocked Edition the game will be available on August 9th on the Nintendo Switch. Unexplored: Unlocked Edition will also appear on the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One as well. There is no doubt that this upcoming game will turn the heads of those who are fans of the RPG genre of gaming this month.

Could Vay have been more successful on the Sega Genesis?

When most people think about old school 2D JRPG titles from the 90’s they think about many games that has appeared on the SNES in the past Chrono Trigger, Illusion of Gaia, Secret of Mana and others. For the Sega Genesis some of the main JRPG titles that instantly comes to mind includes the Phantasy Star series Beyond Oasis, Dungeons & Dragons: Warriors of the Eternal Sun, along with Shining Force II. While those games were all popular JRPG titles for the Sega Genesis some people wonder whether or not Vay could have possibly became bigger than it did on the 16-bit console during the early 90’s. After all, the Sega Genesis attracted more mainstream attention than the Sega CD and ended up sell more during the 90’s overall.

On one hand Vay could have ended up standing out as a JRPG on the Sega Genesis possibly a step behind the Phantasy Star series in terms of popularity. But then again JRPG’s were generally overshadowed by Sonic the Hedgehog games on the Sega Genesis since they generally earned more for Sega in general. Also, as cool as Vay was for the Sega CD it seemed like a generic JRPG that could have been was overshadowed by countless other big titles for the Sega Genesis. If anything having Vay in Sega CD made it standout even more than it could have on the Sega Genesis.

Could Phantasy Star I-IV have been more successful on the SNES?

Phantasy Star I-IV is probably the most memorable set of RPG titles that the world has seen on the Sega Genesis. The graphics for each game looked impressive and had a unique look as far gameplay was concerned. Despite, how popular Phantasy Star I-IV was on Sega Genesis there are some who question whether or not those games could have been big on the SNES if Nintendo and Sega were not competing against each other back in the 90’s.

On one hand it would have been interesting to see what Phantasy Star I-IV would have looked looked like on the SNES. However, Phantasy Star I-IV could have easily have been overshadowed many RPG’s produced by Square Enix such as Final Fantasy IV-VI, Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger. If anything Phantasy Star I-IV were successful mainly because they stood out more on the Sega Genesis. There is good chance that the Phantasy Star would not have been as successful on the SNES as it was on the Sega Genesis.

Will there ever be a Grandia 4?


There is no question that the Grandia series had aroused the interest of many people who were fans of the JRPG genre during the late 90’s and the early 00’s.   When it comes down to Grandia games in the series many people were fans of the Grandia I & II.    However, when some people think about Grandia III even though it was a solid RPG title it was not quite as exciting as the first two games.  Some have argued that the combat system for Grandia III was awesome while everything else such as the characters and the soundtrack for the game paled in comparison to the first two games in the series.  Just because Grandia III feel below the expectations of many people doesn’t mean that Game Arts shouldn’t make a sequel for it at all.


When it comes down to quality in terms of visuals and graphics the original Grandia game which was released in the late 90’s for Sega Saturn and PlayStation was arguably the best.  If Game Arts ever decide to make a sequel to Grandia III or just to make another game for the series in general they should definitely utilize similar graphics from the original game.  Seeing another Grandia game quite possibly on the PlayStation 4 is something that could definitely work if Game Arts has any plans to do anything with the Grandia series in general.