A non-Final Fantasy JRPG at the top of the charts? Is this the start of that JRPG renaissance I've been hoping for?
At the very least, since it's Namco publishing it gives a bit of hope that they'll bring over some of their other RPGs, ie, the Tales series!
I'm so glad that this has done well. I really feared it would sell poorly, but I'm glad to see I've been proven wrong.
"Our world cannot be viewed through the glasses of common sense" - Masato Arai.
JRPG/Japanese Culture blog: http://shrinetoamaterasu.blogspot.com/