The game came out in The downloadable code is How the hell is it so expensive? Did they just not make many copies of the game?
I really want to play it, and would rather have the physical copy and not the downloadable code just incase something happens to my DS. But 66 dollars for a 6 year old game is so steep.
My guess is that they stopped manufacturing the physical edition a long time ago. Trying to buy a new physical copy of the game is thus more expensive due to high demand and a low supply. If you want to save money either go the digital route or try buying it second hand.
Yeah I think it's due more to low supply than it being 6 years. I hate it when they decide to change the device the game was originally for.
It's irritating to here people talking about how much they want this game on console or 3ds or whatever they keep saying. Fantasy Life would NOT even be a good game for 3ds or console.
It would be crappy. The game doesn't have story and is in a mobile in app purchases format type of deal.
More From The Verge. Don't get it! But Brooker does miss the chance to make this story more plausible by expanding its world even a little. It is a little bit adventure game, little bit Animal Crossing life sim, and a little bit MMO if you want to go online. It's irritating to here people talking about how much they want this game on console or 3ds or whatever they keep saying.
It's has the base builder aspect of it aka wait so often for this building to be made. So please everyone shut up and stop complaining. It's only like that because they decided to make it a mobile game in the first place.
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Mobile can't support a full FL title. Also, don't forget that it was originally titled Fantasy Life 2.
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