Is Sekai Project struggling?

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#1 by lmceachern
2020-01-12 at 04:25
Did Sekai Project have any big release this year? I was thinking they would publish Summer Pockets but it shows that Visual Arts is going to be publishing it. I also heard they laid off staffs last year. Are they going bankrupt? If they are what can they do to survive?Last modified on 2020-01-12 at 04:25
#2 by ramaladni
2020-01-12 at 04:29
Baldr Sky?
#3 by diabloryuzaki
2020-01-12 at 05:03
SP is the cheapest translator team so it is normal for visual art to ask them for it
#4 by satsuki
2020-01-12 at 11:02
#3 you really think a company with high reputation like Visual Arts would prioritize cost over quality?
#5 by diabloryuzaki
2020-01-12 at 11:21
#4 lol, visual arts product quality target have been achieved before they translate their vns. translating vns for them is like adding ps3/ps4/psv/switch ver, the different is if there is something wrong with their translated ver they can said "blame the translator". unless the original language of their vn is not japanese
#6 by paragonias
2020-01-12 at 18:11
While I can't say if they're really struggling right now, I'd wager we'll see if they do this year. Mind you, they still have a lot of backlog VNs to release, some announced when they first started publishing (Tenshin Ranman for instance). I know I'm in the minority when saying this, but I really think they should focus on releasing stuff, instead of licensing even more.
#7 by coldnobility
2020-01-21 at 07:07
inb4 that gets release by nekonyan

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