Bandai Namco will consider Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth localization if petition reaches 50,000 signatures
posted on 06.30.14 at 04:34 PM EDT by (@salromano)
"Try and start a discussion," Euro community manager says.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

Bandai Namco will consider localizing Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth if a fan petition reaches 50,000 signatures, the company’s European community manager Isshak Gravi said on Twitter. 

Currently, a petition calling for the localization of Cyber Sleuth and/or Digimon World Re: Digitize Decode for 3DS has reached over 30,400 signatures.

Gravi added that while reaching 50,000 won’t automatically ensure the game will be localized, it will “start a discussion” within the company.

“That’s your best bet fans, to try and START a discussion,” he said. “Digimon isn’t what it used to be & a 3DS/Vita JRPG is not the easiest to bring over.”

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth is currently scheduled for a 2015 release in Japan.

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  • 武神水樹

    This is a first

  • Tyrannikos

    I swear, when the petition was a lower number, they said that they’d “consider it” when there were 30k signatures. Now it’s 50k. Once we reach that number, it’ll be 70k.

    • surakian

      Obviously it is a trick, but it is a good way to generate interest for an otherwise unknown title.

    • kurosan9712

      After 70k – 100k, 100k – 120k, 120k – 140k, and so on until it reaches million
      If it doesn’t – CRY AND SUFFER!

    • Jessi Cat

      That was for the 3DS game, this new comment is regarding the vita game; the petition recently merged to include both games. Still irritating either way though :/

      • Tyrannikos

        Ah, I see what you’re saying now! I didn’t notice the petition merged the two games. That’s somewhat frustrating since now Bamco can’t get an appropriate read on which one is the more demanded one. Would have been much better with two separate petitions. Thank you!

  • DukeMagus

    Just like capcom would make a new darkstalkers game if it sold a certain number of copies.

    Well, I want to be wrong, so I’ll sign it and see what happens

    The sad part is the man admitting Digimon isn’t what it used to be

  • Vayne

    Why is there Namco Bandai in Europe, if not located games?

    • Renaldi Saputra

      Bamco had been keeping silent until now when people ask about digimon, even the Bamco US only replied “we’ll be sure to share any upcoming games as soon as we know” without saying like “sorry, haven’t heard of localization announcement about digimon”.

      It’s been strange, they could even easily say “no” to some other games like J-Stars, GE2, im@s, etc

  • Hexodious

    So what if we reach 50,000 petitions? It will continue to a million for all they care. If they were interested in the Digimon fanbase in the West, we would of gotten a game by now, it’s been six years and pretty much everyone is aware of their trolling abilities.

    • Jessi Cat

      This reminds me of the thing they did with the Ni No Kuni Wizard Edition extras for North America, involving getting a certain # of votes/likes to unlock the next item. Maybe this is a similar marketing tactic to get more awareness of the game out there? Or them just trolling, lol

  • Aidan Gamble

    Not even interested in the game, but I’m signing to help out those who do want it :)

    • Nate

      That’s not nice. A petition is supposed to be people saying that if they where to bring the game over, they will buy it.

      • Jessi Cat

        I’ll buy 2 copies if it comes over here~

      • desponent

        Not nice to Bamco, nice to every fans in the world.

      • Aidan Gamble

        Then I’m filling in for one of the thousands of fans who would sign but will for one reason or another never learn of the existence of this petition.

    • jujubee88

      I am glad you signed, but offended you are not interested. Not sure about my feels right now.

      • desponent

        Grateful? I mean if I were him/her I probably wouldn’t even click the link to or even this article.

      • Aidan Gamble

        I’m not against the game, I just have a ton of other stuff I want more than it (like Tales of Zestiria and FFXV). If I ever get through my list of JRPGs, I’ll probably buy this next.

    • Warboss Aohd

      Good Man

    • Renaldi Saputra

      there are rarely gamers like you
      I appreciated it

  • jujubee88

    Digimon is still a name people who even vaguely know about games and/or anime know about. But, ya. I think there’s something there it’s just not big and people do need to build even more awareness.

  • Nesther

    This is my most desired localization, besides Yakuza 5. I’d be so happy if we get this, it looks stunning.

  • GetOffMy_Lawn

    This is ridiculously sleazy IMHO, treating fans like this. Dangling the idea of a potential localization over our heads like a flavored treat to a bunch of hungry kittens. All this guy wants is for fans to turn this into some nostalgia-fueled viral phenomenon that will give his corporation some free press. As some users said below, he will probably just raise the number when the petition hits 50,000 signatures so that conversation around “That Digimon game at Bandai Namco…” continues.
    That all being said… if it is localized, I’m totally buying it day one alongside a Vita.

  • TreizeX

    They localize SAO but not this? Ok Bamco

    • Impressionnant

      SAO is quite popular in the west. Digimon hasn’t been popular, in the west, in over 10 years.

      • Budgiecat

        SAO also sucks

        btw, Saint Seiya is relatively unknown in the U.S. but that didn’t stop Bamco. Same with JJBA…

        And Gundam Musou sells in the U.S. as well as Gundam model kits, but Bamco couldn’t care less about localizing their in house Gundam games…

        • desponent

          It doesn’t matter if it sucks, one has potential to make money another is in limbo.

          Saint Seiya and JJBA probably to do with them being fighting game and ease of localizing them compared to full blown RPG. Not to mention the genre and the handhelds situation in the west.

          Gundam is a mystery, it’s probably just Bamco being Bamco.

      • DukeVerde

        Ah, the good ole’ days…When Digimon was actually a thing.

      • Renaldi Saputra

        Digimon hasn’t been popular in over 10 years? I don’t think so…

        yes SAO is popular, but I don’t think it can keep its popularity after the 2nd season airing

    • Elle

      And I bet Sword Art Online won’t even break 10k in sales. Ugh.

      • Renaldi Saputra

        well, it’s only downloadable content. Many people won’t even spend their time waiting for downloading

  • bloodiOS

    I read the article a couple times now but my brain isn’t connecting the pieces. Is this guy talking about garnering 50K signatures for the Re: Digitize Decode petition or starting a separate one and garner 50K signatures for that?

    • Sal Romano

      Seems he’s just talking about any petition about it in general. I linked to that one since it’s the one with the most signatures and it’s a general petition for Bamco to localize DIgimon games again.

  • Budgiecat

    wow really?

    It took a dozen people to convince Bamco to localize Saint Seiya Brave Soldiers and how the hell did Sword Art Online get a free pass?

    Meanwhile Digimon’s been known in the West for decades..

    • Merveilles Lespace
      • Budgiecat

        Dont see anything pointing to that other than Bamco of EU stating they have a close relationship with Sony to release more niche games…..and this is a niche game as any so…

    • Alberto Maytorena

      Saint Seiya is huge in Latin America, it was a win or win situation for them.

      • Budgiecat

        i’m talking specifically for NA. It was already confirmed for Latin America and the PS2 SS games were localized there anyway years ago…

      • Renaldi Saputra

        hey digimon is also big in Latin America. Don’t you know Wada Kouji and Ayumi Miyazaki those digimon singer are always doing concert in Latin America region? There are MANY fans in there

        • Alberto Maytorena

          I didn’t say Digimon wasn’t popular in LA, but sadly the series isn’t as much as Saint Seiya, you can see that nowadays as the new series don’t get that much attention as back then. Cyber Sleuth arrived almost fifteen years later to the party, when the franchise was at its peak in America.

          Still I love the take on this game and I want it localized.

          • Renaldi Saputra

            but there are many digimon concerts in Latin America. Wada Kouji even has tight schedule of concert in Latin America these days, means the fans are huge.

            • Alberto Maytorena

              You mean anime conventions. It’s easier to bring Wada to that kind of events than to bring him for a concert all by himself.

              I agree part 1 to 4 are fondly remembered by latin american fans, but I really doubt those fans are going to purchase a vita just for a digimon game.

              • Renaldi Saputra

                there are still many loyal digimon fans in there, though. So I believe it

  • OverlordZetta

    “3DS JRPG is not the easiest to bring over”
    Bull. Look at Pokemon and tell me with a straight face these games don’t sell.

    • Budgiecat

      Pokemon is in its own realm

    • desponent

      Should have picked better “example”

    • Sal Romano

      Pretty sure he’s talking about Digimon, specifically. Pokemon is tons more popular than Digimon, both in Japan and especially overseas.

      • Elvick

        Which has more to do with Bamco’s shitty treatment of it in the west. Now is as good as time as any to revive the series. Fusion is airing, first 3 series of Digimon are on Netflix. Over a million Facebook fans on Saban’s Digimon page.

        I mean. *sigh*

        Plus a new toy line by Bamco. I wish they’d just let another publisher use the license for games or give it up since they won’t do it.

      • OverlordZetta

        Then he should have said that. He specifically said “3DS/Vita JRPG,” which is false.

        • Sal Romano

          You have to read it in proper context.

          He mentions Digimon not being what it used to be, then says a PSV/3DS [Digimon] RPG isn’t the easiest to bring over.

          The subject was already there. No need to repeat it. It was pretty clear to me at least.

          • Renaldi Saputra

            meanwhile they can bring Tenkai Knights (mainly this) and SAO in the middle of nowhere

      • Renaldi Saputra

        but I think it hasn’t to do with pokemon. Just the situation of digimon, and bcos he’s the EU PR then he only said in Europe

  • Martian Wong

    I am spreading words for it.

  • chibuki

    We can do it guys! Tens of thousands Digimon fans out there don’t know about this petition yet!

  • Takane Shijou

    Yes, please hold more games ‘hostage’ in the name of signatures.

    Look, if you were even remotely interested in localization of this title, you would’ve talked about it by now. This, ‘Sign it or nothing even happens’ bit is growing a bit old.

    • phayroent

      At least they acknowledge it. They want to see if people are talking about the game in a significant manner. If they can’t get a lousy 50k people to sign a petition, why should they risk localization and waste money. Or would you prefer they ignore all non-Japanese chatter and nothing even happens for certain? I wish they would have put Redigitize:Decode on the Vita as well, cause I would own it already.

      • usagi_san

        SEGA used their Facebook and Twitter pages to gauge interest in bringing Hatsune Miku to the west and the likes and retweets were enough for them to come over.

        The fact they want a petition with 50k signatures, whilst the current one will have a max of 35k which won’t help. If Bandai Namco really want to gauge interest, they would ask gamers via their official pages.

        • Budgiecat

          Why didn’t Sega do that with Yakuza 5/Ishin, Shenmue 1&2HD/III, Valkyria Chronicles 3, Shining PSP series, and Phantasy Star Online 2?

          • Renaldi Saputra

            probably bcos Miku is big in general in the west. SEGA knew it and tried to ask the fans

            • Budgiecat

              So just focus on one IP and ignore the rest of your library…

              Good business sense Sega. No wonder you went Bankrupt before…

              • Renaldi Saputra

                lol, I don’t even know what SEGA USA think

                • Budgiecat

                  there is no “Sega USA” . It’s just a dummy head…

          • usagi_san

            You’re definitely right. I will never understand their way of thinking sometimes.

            The PSP titles could be made DD only and Vita compatible. SEGA have been making poor decisions of late; the only way we are getting any non-Sonic titles is to have Sonic make an appearance.

            • Budgiecat

              they no longer give a shit because ever since merging with Sammy, they can pretty much sit back and not even make ANY games and just let the money roll in from their Japanese casinos and PachinkoPachislot slot machine business…

              Same with Konami and SNK Playmore…

              • usagi_san

                Very sad days we live in.

      • Takane Shijou

        See, the problem with this is: What do those 50k signatures mean? It’s completely different signing something and actually buying something. To be honest, a good portion of these people won’t buy the game nor do they have a vested interest in it. Signing it is nice, but what is this exactly gauging? It’s not hard to notice the amount of it going around, but this isn’t exactly accomplishing anything, if 50k is just to ‘bring about talks’ about the game.

        • Duo Maxwell

          They want at least 20k in sale for the localization.The petition could work as indirect marketing, too.

          Instead of complaining, better go and spread this one as it’s our only hope currently if you are a Digimon fan. Anything to increase the localization chance higher than 1% is a good method in my book.

        • Renaldi Saputra

          but Dawn/Dusk sold quite well in the west

  • Elvick

    I would rather them address the game like this than ignore the fans and the games existence. But it is sucky, since 50k wouldn’t even confirm localization.

    And I think it’s dumb to make a fan base do this when you could do some market research. And I think Bamco should directly promote said petitions if they actually mean what they say. fficial endorsement would get more to buy into it actually making a difference.

    Digimon may not be what it was, but it’s still popular and well known. Especially Adventure. Which a lot of the Digimon in the game are from. Get Saban to help advertise it.

    The series is more active now thanks to Fusion, DVD releases and the series on Netflix. Plus bandai’s new toy line. If they don’t want to use the license, set it free for others to try. Now is the best time to try to revive the games in the west.

    • Tyrannikos

      “And I think Bamco should directly promote said petitions if they actually mean what they say. fficial endorsement would get more to buy into it actually making a difference.”

      I want to touch on this part of your statement, because I totally agree. If they want to know if the game has a place in the West, put out an official inquiry!

      Recently, a studio by the name of Gaijinworks put out a page on their site. You could sign up saying that if they printed up a physical copy of Class of Heroes 2G, you would buy it. It was in no way a preorder. It was an official poll that also served as a pretty strong probe into whether or not the game would succeed. They needed to reach a certain number of “pledges” to print the game. They didn’t make it.

      But they are STILL printing the game anyways. A very limited, preorder only print off of their website.

      I wish more publishers would be willing to try something like this. Please, just poll your consumer base! Find out whether or not we’re here! If you’re really interested in a game’s possibility, let us know yourself!

      • Elvick

        Yep, I preordered that game. Don’t really want it that much, but what they’re doing is great. That preorder thing and adding the second screen stuff.

    • OverlordZetta

      I don’t know if I could call much of that active.

      Playing devil’s advocate here, it took too long for Xros Wars to get dubbed (and it’s a pretty horrific dub at that), they couldn’t be bothered to being the toys or merch over that went with it (as far as I know), and because they took so long, they couldn’t even use the XW tie in games, which would have been easy money in comparison.

      Plus, Bandai IS using it…. in Japan. Figures, these games, and I think there’s a card game still running.

      Also the further Saban is from anything good in this world, the better.

      • Elvick

        Given that the popularity of Digimon is mostly in Adventure, no. Fusion games wouldn’t have been easy money in comparison.

        And it doesn’t matter how long it took to get here. It’s here and Saban are supporting it. And Bandai have already released toys. You ignored the rest.

        I was obviously referring to them having the western rights. Derp. They don’t need worldwide rights to games.

        • OverlordZetta

          “the popularity of Digimon is mostly in Adventure”
          I think I died a little inside reading that. This isn’t even necessarily true just based on the anime (Tamers has a huge following for one), but as far as the franchise as a whole is concerned, it’s just flat out false. The popularity of Digimon is… Digimon. If you only like Adventure, you don’t actually like the whole franchise, you just like one small aspect of it – that’s no better than Pokemon fans who stopped caring after RBY.

          Wait, Saban is doing the dub? No wonder it’s so bad. That’s not so much support as it is abuse. And yeah, I ignored stuff based purely in nostalgia (DVDs of shows nearly 20 years old) because that kind of mindset runs franchises into the ground. You have to focus on going forward. It’s not like games where a port can be a new experience – it’s the same show it was then. It’s great that they’re doing it, sure, but as far as this conversation is concerned, it’s not that big a deal. The relevance of that stuff passed on years ago, unfortunately.

          • Elvick

            You may want the world to be fluffy and lovely, but face facts. Most Digimon popularity comes from Adventure and Adventure 02. Tamers may be popular as well, but not as much. And everything after is usually met with hatred from most, or at best indifference.

            You may not like that, but many people are that way. You can’t just ignore that fact because you don’t like that people are that way.

            Yeah, reviving interest in the series has no relevence in releasing a game in said franchise that would appeal to the nostalgia factor. /s

            • Renaldi Saputra

              same like yugi-oh and pokemon. Only yugi-oh dropped very drastically afrer 5D’s

              I also predict SAO will experience the same when the 2nd season airing

    • Budgiecat

      yeah, they can’t localize Digimon…but they sure as hell can localize a Digimon iOS game…

      • Renaldi Saputra

        the iOS (fusion fighter) game wasn’t a localized game, it’s a game made in the west

        • Budgiecat

          even worse!

          • Renaldi Saputra

            seriously, I’d rather play Digimon Crusader

    • Renaldi Saputra

      he is the EU Community manager, so maybe he only said the situation in the Europe. I agree, someone had even said that the popularity of digimon had been quite bland in Europe, but in America, it’s still somewhat strong

  • SatsukiYumizuka
  • Scipio

    Isn’t Bamco just great? Having to make the fans practically beg for a localization instead of, i don’t know, ADVERTISING your games so that maaaybe you can profit from them?

    Work with Tales of Xillia, why not this time?

    • Ben Garrett

      Because Digimon is pretty much dead in america, their Digimon Fusion line has been a failure

  • Zackasaur

    Welp, I’ve signed it and have been distributing it among friends, with instructions for them to spread it further.

    Hoping for the best. I want Digimon for Vita… Physically, please. >_>

    • OverlordZetta

      If we can get it at all we should count our blessings.

  • Wolf Star

    Damn you bamco!! :(

  • Zukato

    Signed and shared!

  • VyseLegendaire

    Sad what the gaming industry has become now hasn’ it :(

    • Protagonist

      Mostly the japanese gaming industry. The majority seem to scared to release or localize certain games due to there fear of poor sales. They need to be brave and takes risks.

      • OverlordZetta

        To be fair, it’s not exactly an unwarranted fear.

        Though there is also the fact that they may not be aware how much these games are wanted. Keep in mind there are language and cultural barriers, not to mention a whole ocean separating us.

        There are certainly companies that try to listen, but it isn’t the norm yet. You also have to keep in mind localization companies/branches might not be pushing things as much as they could be, and that’s not necessarily on the original Japanese company.

        • Protagonist

          I’m aware of the language and culture barriers, bandai namco is huge, they have plenty of staff and money to make this happen. I already visited bandai namco in CA before, they have japanese staff that work in there that speak both english and japanese. And yes I’m also aware of the body of ocean that separates us, ha, but doesn’t the official say come from the original japanese company? Not the american localization companies? For example, japanese branch square enix. Tetsuya makes kh3, doesn’t the president or the localization team of the japanese branch always have the official say on there localized products?

      • Budgiecat

        they need to realize gaming has become even MORE niche in Japan and LESS niche everywhere else..

      • Renaldi Saputra

        yeah, there won’t be any big company like Tecmo KOEI, who can even announce localization by just merely some tweets from fans

  • Protagonist

    On a side note:Speaking of petitions, can we get one going for Zone of the enders 3? Its been long overdue. You guys can even send it to his twitter.

    • michel

      First they should make the HD of the former two that were promised for Vita.

  • Elle

    Sad I have to beg for a freaking digimon game. Still pissed thay we never got the PSP game based on the first season. Smh. I signed and will hope for the best.

    • Renaldi Saputra

      it’s reasonable bcos the piracy of PSP game is high

      • Audie Bakerson

        I’m not really sure of that. The piracy=lost sales is very disputed if not outright proven false. All the indications I’ve seen (like the horrible sales prior to piracy being a thing on the PSP) is that piracy did nothing but inflate hardware sales with people who wouldn’t buy games.

        SCEA’s awful marketing and the UMD I feel were much bigger problems

        • Renaldi Saputra

          and PSP had been dead, so I guess the only miracle for digimon adventure is being localized as a Vita downloadable content

  • fyi1191

    I wish they would put some faith in this series. It’s Digimon for sake, not some random new JRPG.

    • Elvick

      Sadly it has to be Bamco. I bet some other publisher would try if they could get access to the IP.

      • Renaldi Saputra

        unfortunately digimon IP is too exclusive for Bandai Namco (the Bandai itself), even 3rd parties like XSeed and NISA can’t touch it. I’m afraid if ATLUS USA even can’t

      • Gustavo Rosario

        I was wondering if that was our Elvick up there making all that fuss. It´s good that someone is so adamant in the charge to bring back Digimon.

  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    They’ll reach that easily. Good luck to you all

    • OverlordZetta

      If that were true, it would have already, wouldn’t it?

      • FitzpatrickPhillips

        It has gotten 1k more since I made that post 40mins ago.

        Edit: Oh wait, I didn’t realize how long this petition has been going on. Hah well good luck to you all. Maybe these articles will help boost it.

        • MrRobbyM

          I didn’t know about it before. Now that I do, I signed it.

  • Holonboy

    Yes!!! Yes, yes, yes, yes, yeeeees.

  • new_tradition

    I feel kind of jaded about this. Sven from Capcom said the same thing about AA5 getting a physicial release if there was enough demand, and the thread got a whole lot of response, but in the end if didn’t happen (Sven wasn’t even the one to break the news, it was Eshiro in a random interview or something…)

    However, I did sign the petition. So at the very least, I did my part *shrugs*

    • Audie Bakerson

      Namco at least has the fact Dark Souls PC happened because of such a petetion and gave an actual target. Capcom has been well… Capcom.

      • Renaldi Saputra

        and Operation Decode is under OPRainfall

  • Renaldi Saputra

    man, I think they’re too traumatic of Digimon World Championship sales in the west

    • ayb_91

      Hey friend. It is happening. :'( <3

      • Renaldi Saputra

        what? what’s happening?

  • HighBrowDrifter
    • Renaldi Saputra

      oh maybe posting like that isn’t allowed from Bamco itself

    • Tyrannikos

      Holy crap :|

  • ayb_91

    Done. My friends incoming. XD

    This will exceed 50,000 signatures easily. Thank god it was not greater than that.

    • Tyrannikos

      I wouldn’t be so sure of that. Yeah, it’s gaining a good amount of publicity right now, but it’s taken almost a year to just get this amount.

      I’m remaining hopeful, but cautious on this one.

  • Learii

    I hope this work tho

  • natchu96

    I want to add my signature so bad, but I can’t.

    . . . because mine is already in there.

    • Renaldi Saputra

      it’s ok. Just spreading the petition had been a very good job

  • Shippoyasha

    Done and done. Hope to never die, Digimon fans!

  • ヴィンチェンゾ Vincenzo

    Cyber Sleuth seems like a pretty title,so I signed the petition,and I’d be OK if it was translated the same way Tales Of Hearts R is (translated subs without dub), because it would be better than not getting it here at all.

    • Josh Lzk

      Yeah I think that’s fine too. But I hope they do a better job translating this than they did with Hearts R; the translation was bad and it completely changed the personality of a couple characters.

  • Ivan Junior

    Well, I think this title would end up being localized even if we haven’t started that petition, It’s a great title and I believe people are looking hardly into it.

    But a petition is always a good step, so I did my part and signed it. :D


  • InsaneChronos

    Sadly, that’s not gonna happen.

    • Renaldi Saputra

      but we can still tweet Shahid for #jrpgvita
      if Bamco still don’t expect their fans, then make SCE do it

      • JoJo_718

        That third party team is apparently more content bringing terrible ports of last gen games (Borderlands 2) and even more indies than actually try and secure exclusive games like this and Final Fantasy Type-0, sadly.

        • Renaldi Saputra

          hmm, but they did bring Tales of Hearts R and strangely SAO HF

          • OverlordZetta

            SAO is current and appeals to a bigger gaming fanbase.

            Nothing much going on over here that’s current about Digimon, sadly.

            • Renaldi Saputra

              I mean, if we ask Shahid on twitter, maybe the campaign #jrpgvita can help

  • Mikail

    Yes, Finally……………..still undecided :(

  • Iris Zizka

    Eh… the other 3DS Digimon games deserve to get localized more then this particular one. I’m not a huge fan of this one’s art style, looks really generic art style wise compared to the first couple of 3ds games. And those will NEVER get localized. :[


    Let’s list who I know that want this personally:
    Me, My brother, My sister, My cousin, Twins I know from church, and 4 old childhood friends. Most of them have a Vita, all of them know what digimon is and about this game.

    T_T Localize.
    DO IT.

  • OverlordZetta

    Well, that original tweet is gone.

    • Renaldi Saputra

      just bcos people were bashing him back then, so he feel annoyed or something not nice

  • Zero

    Hmmm… I’m sure someone made a “mistake.” Just like back in the day with the PS3 Vesperia stuff.

    I signed this ages ago, but it can’t hurt for people who missed out to sign it.

  • FlareKnight

    I really hope that enough people can get behind this and start signing. A new digimon game coming over would be cool and honestly I really want to see this franchise staying alive out here.

  • Gabe Young

    I really hope they bring these games over to Canada and United States, it’ll give me a good reason to get a PSVita

  • Rin-Coconut

    Just signed it and shared to facebook. I really hope this comes to the US!

  • Vayu Purana

    it’s well over 52k signatures but even so it will just have the developers just “talk” about localizing it, so it’s not set in stone it’ll happen