Level 5: More People Need To Ask For A Dark Cloud Sequel

While talking to Level 5 about the studio's next big role-playing game for the US, White Knight Chronicles, I inquired about the status of an old favourite, the Dark Cloud RPG series.

"At this moment we don't have a specific plan for a sequel in the Dark Cloud series," Level 5's Yoshiaki Kusuda told me at the Tokyo Game Show last week.

But there's always a glimmer of hope with these things, silver linings to, uh, dark clouds. Here you go: "There are many staff members, including myself at Level 5, who have worked on the Dark Cloud series," he told me through a translator. "There are some who decided to join Level 5 because they love the Dark Cloud series. So, if requests from users should increase in the future, we would seriously consider making it."

So if you liked the Sony-platform Dark Cloud RPG series and want more, then keep asking.


    It's been too long that the developers refuses to listen to the gamers on what they want to play.
    Doing sequels at requests is a good start--now start listening to our feedback when making new IPs too!

    I want Dark Cloud!!!!!

    I played... one of the games. Dark Chronicle? Which was Dark Cloud 2, or something. The town-building bit was ace, but I got bored of the grinding (like I do for virtually every JRPG, which is why I don't even bother with them anymore)...

    we need another one.

    I'm using Google for a petition right now, that game was one of my favorite games of all time.

    COMON Level 5! I've been waiting for DC 3 for years now!!! You gotta get this thing goin!!!!!!!!!

    They were great games, but I agree with the grinding. I gave up on both of them towards the end.

    I want Dark Cloud Portable... so please make it for PSP...

    God damn it all man, we need a DC3. Dark Cloud was by far one of the most entertaining and memorable series on the PS2, Second only to Star Ocean and to Persona (in my opinion at least.)

    sign the petition for DC3 here!


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