PS4/PS3/PS Vita JRPG Natural Doctrine Tops 50,000 Copies Sold

Kadokawa Games announced that the the strategy JRPG for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita Natural Doctrine has overtaken the not exactly lofty goal of 50,000 copies sold in Japan.

In order to celebrate the achievement, the publisher issued a discount campaign for the downloadable PS4 version, which will drop by 1,000 yen (from 6,800 to 5,800) from July 10th to August 27th. The PS4 port will also receive a free DLC mission on july 10th, featuring an extremely difficult boss.

Unfortunately the game wasn’t received very well in Japan especially due to a number of glitches and launch problems, but we’ll be able to experience it for ourselves in North America on September 16th and in Europe on the 19th.

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  • Kingdom17

    Last thing I heard was supposedly its be improved quite a bit from it Japanese release, so hopefully it will be better received over here.

  • PrinceHeir

    “but we’ll be able to experiecne it for ourselves in North America on September 16th and in Europe on the 19th.”

    experiecne? 😀

    Though i hope they do iron out some of the bugs after the end of the year.

    Can’t believe 2015 is almost upon us!

    • erMonezza

      What are you talking about? It’s still mid 2014 where I live. o_O

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        • Agent HUNK

          go eat a bag of shit!!!

  • Anders

    Their production cost must be really low if their combined target is 50k.

  • KingKellogg The Waffle Haggler

    Glad they met their goal!

  • Hitovik

    rus please

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