Radiant Historia Gets a Re-Release in March

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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.


Well, fans who missed out the first time won't have to go hunting the used aisles or pay more than double the game's original price to get it. Atlus announced yesterday, via Twitter, that it is reprinting the game. It will sell for $35 and arrive on shelves sometime in March.

Sucks for that guy with the $105 copy of the game, but it's good news for the rest of the JRPG faithful.

[h/t Tem Dejima and truthtellah]



When does Atlus print enough copies of anything? A lot of us love their games but can never find them in stores (unless you know about them prior to their release and actually argue with a store manager to order some copies)