NIS America Removes Ys VIII Free DLC from eShop

Posted By   MrCoughing's Avatar MrCoughing   on July 3rd, 2018 Report
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NIS America removed free DLC for Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana from the Nintendo Switch eShop after it caused the game to crash for several users.

Another huge example of NIS America's awful localization and how they can managed to destroy a game. I'm really sad to see what NISA has done to Ys VIII: Lacrimosa Of Dana. I had some hopes that maybe the Switch version would be held to a little higher standard than the PC version. But it seems like no versions of Ys VIII are safe from what NISA has done to them.

I have seen no reports of these issues happening with the non-localized version, so it definitely appears to be a problem with NISA and their localization. Which is too bad, I had really wanted to play Ys VIII. But with all the problems the game has had in localization, it's something I think I'll avoid.

This is not the first time NISA has had to redo and pull something regarding Ys VIII. If you remember, they had to redo a lot of the localization because it wasn't good in the first place.

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