Exit 2 getting localized

By Spencer . March 20, 2007 . 7:49am

Ubisoft took a risk when they localized the quirky puzzle game Exit. It didn’t really pay off for them since Exit was largely ignored, despite its originality. While Mr. ESC’s adventure seemed to end Taito announced that a sequel, Kangaeru Exit was in the works and the emphasis would be on thinking rather than action. Kangaeru Exit was released in September 2006 and 505 Game Street has a version with English, French and Italian text scheduled to come out later this month. No US publisher has claimed the rights to the sequel, but since the PSP is region free fans of the first game can import the European release and avoid any language barriers.

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  • YES! I was even thinking about importing the Japanese version, as I had no problems playing the Japanese demo, but now that it’s presumably coming to the States (I hope!), I’ll buy that one instead.

  • Wait! It might not come to the states, there are plenty of titles that 505 localizes that never come over, Zombie Zone aka the Onechanbara is a good example. But if you want to play Exit 2 in English Europe might be a good option.

  • When I Read The Headline, I Was Hoping Ubisoft Or Another Publisher Picked It Up For The States.. guess not..

    But Glad To See Somebody Pick It Up..

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