Also, responding to an earlier statement:
Don't forget about Project EGG! Started by a company called Bothtec, Project EGG is essentially official, licensed emulation of early Japanese computer games, designed to play on modern Windows systems. So it's not entirely unfeasible -- the last game I completed, for example, is "The Scheme," a PC-88 game that came as part of a disc called "All About Bothtec" and played 100% perfectly on my Windows 7 system. So it's definitely doable... but the question is, how feasible is it to release older games like that from a marketing standpoint? And is there really an audience for them?Pretty sure Fabrizo mean recent games (Windows XP foward). Games from those older PCs would either require a port or emulators (which is a can of worms by itself). Neither sound feasible for localization to me.
...If it were up to me, the answers would be "very" and "absolutely." We all need a little more retro in our lives, I say!
But again, this is me postulating things, unsanctioned by anyone else at XSEED. So take anything you read from me with a grain of salt... but do know that the idea has at least crossed my mind, and will definitely be SUGGESTED at work, at least.
Same goes for things like the Experience titles. Rest assured, we won't ignore anything that might potentially be an awesome game for us to release!