Summon Night Collection Surpasses 350,000 Subscribers

By Spencer . August 17, 2013 . 12:30pm

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Summon Night has a social game spinoff too and even if collectable card games aren’t your thing Summon Night Collection breaking through the 350,000 subscriber mark is good news. Why? Because more people are learning about Summon Night.

 

When Flight Plan closed in 2010 looked like Summon Night may go with the Gifu based studio. Instead Summon Night is arguably stronger than it was when Summon Night: Granthese came out. Namco Bandai started the Summon Night reboot with two PSP games and sold the PsOne classics for just $3 to get players into the series before Summon Night 5 came out.

 

Summon Night Collection launched in September 2012 on GREE, so its subscriber rates aren’t comparable to say Persona 3 Social which attained a million users in less time, but as a series Summon Night is chugging along.


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  • Luis Camargo

    Namco has been localizing the Tales of games, perhaps they might consider localizing Summon Night once it goes to Vita or 3DS.

  • https://twitter.com/BinksFrost Binks5

    man been awhile since i played summon night, good to see its at least getting more exposure

  • Seraph

    Admittedly, another Swordcraft Story game would be nice. I really got into those games on the GBA.

  • Arcana Wiz

    ypu know what? i had great times playing the swordcraft story spin off, shame that the original series never got here.

    • Pockystix

      I’m still surprised they got away with advertising the bi-sexuality of Sugar in the game

      got me to buy a copy lol

  • Audie Bakerson

    I guess SN6 is inevitibile then (hopefully the mouths don’t look as weird), and like the rest of the series, inevitably Japan only.

    Sigh, back to studying for me.

  • HilariousNPC

    I have a soft spot for the Summon Night games, and I honestly can’t explain why… It would be cool if they made another one and tried to update it for a new era. (no, do not make it in 3D, that’s not what I mean.)

    • Juan Pablo Fernandez

      It is a shame they never made it in english

  • http://www.isfuturebright.com/ Silvio Carréra

    Everytime I read “social game” a part of me dies.

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