Here’s our first look at Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology in action, complete with refreshed character art, anime cinematic, and a slew of ultra-vibrant looking little sprites.
In February of 2011, Atlus released a DS role-playing game called Radiant Historia that I described as the love child of Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy Tactics. It was under-appreciated. And now it’s coming back.
Radiant Historia is getting a Nintendo 3DS full remake called Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. It will feature a new scenario and is slated for release in Japan on June 29. No word if an international release is coming.
One of the generation's best RPGs, Radiant Historia,
is on sale over at Amazon for just $15. UPDATE: Sale's over!
Radiant Historia released in North America more than a year ago for the DS and quickly distinguished itself as a top-flight JRPG. Trouble is, Atlus didn't print enough copies to satisfy demand. Case in point: A new copy is now listing for $105 on the used-games brokerage Glyde.
We've already recognized a whole bunch of the best game soundtracks of 2011. But of course, there are only so many hours in the day—only so much time to play games, and one can only write about so many game soundtracks.
In today's mostly complete episode of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Dodgerwd wonders if everyone is having the same difficulty finishing their video games as he is.
Radiant Historia is an upcoming role-playing game for the Nintendo DS. It's developed by cult favourites Atlus. Who, it seems, are big fans of cheesy 80's pop.
The Nintendo DS has one more thing to look forward to in 2011 with the release of Atlus' Radiant Historia, which brings an all-new 16-bit style, time-traveling "steampunk" adventure to the handheld next February.