Seeing as the other topic has gotten so much support and was basically just for doujin fighting games in general, I thought it would be better to make a thread for these two games itself rather than highjacking another persons thread (which is basically what happened…..sorry Turbodaze).
For the most part, Under Night In-Birth EXE:Late is French-Bread & Ecole first attempt at an original IP since their last biggest hit “Melty Blood: Actress Again – Current Code -” was based upon the Tsuki-Hime series which is owned by Type-Moon (who also started out as a doujin group).
If anything, I would say UNIB is the polar opposite of Melty Blood where as Melty Blood was more geared towards ground to air….where it followed a pattern of ground combo/launcher/air combo/air throw/repeat….UNIB is more geared towards ground combat with minimal emphasis on air combos (unlike vanilla UNIB where this wasn’t the case). But that’s just my take on it, everyone has their own opinions but that’s not what we want to talk about.
The point of this thread is to not only give awareness to Nyu-Media about the western interest in these games (then again, because of the other thread….Nyu-Media is very well aware of the interest the public has for these games). Not only that but it’s also to point out the concerns, ideas, and basically to comment on your thoughts of the game. So far, there has been a lot of support for console releases of French-Bread games aside from just PC only; this will also include a Mac version from a few people.
Truth be told, I would love to see their games on many platforms as possible but this is entirely up to Nyu-Media if & when the time comes where they would actually start working with French-Bread/Ecole (again, nothing is being done except indirect talks….again, I don’t work for Nyu-Media (would love to though) so everything I say is moot unless otherwise backed up by Nyu-Media). With that being said, please use this thread to express your thoughts, support, or ideas about a possibility of Nyu-Media working with French-Bread/Ecole.