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Persona games and Trails in the Sky go on sale

Hi everyone. We’ve got some great news for JRPG fans on PSN this week. Not only has the amazing Shin Megami Tensei: Lucifer’s Call FINALLY made its way to the European PSN store, priced at a bargain £6.49 (see the previous blog for more details) but some of the PSP’s finest JRPGs have gone on sale on PSN, for all you PSP & Vita owners.

The stunning Persona 3 Portable has had its price slashed by a massive 65%, meaning that you can now pick it up for just £8.75, rather than the £24.99 it would usually cost to get this classic Atlus JRPG. Or if you want to save even more you can purchase it in a bundle with Persona 2: Innocent Sin, again saving 65% on the usual price of £39.99, meaning you pay just £14 for both these entries in Atlus’ incredible Persona series.

Once again, the Dark Hour begins!

Between one day and the next a hidden hour exists when nightmarish creatures known as Shadows roam. It falls to you to wield your inner power - Persona - to protect humankind and find some way to bring an end to the Shadows’ evil threat.

•Play as a male or female character: see your choice affect the game’s intricate social dynamics

•Master the power of Social Links: build your friendships and increase your Persona’s power

•Spend your days at school, work and with friends; fill your nights fighting the Shadows

 

Or, if you’d like to pick up the stunning Legend of Hereos: Trails in the Sky (and my Twitter followers will know just how much I recommend you do!:) ), then you can save an amazing 70% on the standard price of £24.99, reducing the price to just £7.50.

Embark on the largest adventure ever to grace a handheld!

A vast world awaits!

Estelle Bright and her adopted brother Joshua set out on a long pilgrimage to become Bracers, sworn to uphold justice and peace in the land.

But when a dark plot threatens to rekindle the sparks of war, their journey becomes an epic quest to protect Queen, country and honour.

Join the legendary Bracer Guild and travel the world on an epic quest to defend justice within the kingdom.

Enjoy over 50 hours of core gameplay, plus many optional sidequests.

Plan your strategies carefully, making the most of each character, weapon and ability.

 

The PSN sale ends 3rd of June, so hurry over to the PSN store to make sure you don’t miss these great offers :)

Speaking of amazing savings I should remind you that Laughing Jackal’s flaming hot firefighting action roguelike, Flame Over, is released next week on the 28th May. That means that you have just over a week to take advantage of the game’s fantastic 40% pre-purchase discount, reducing the price to just £5.39. Flame Over may look cute, but don’t be fooled because underneath that bright cartoony interior the game is rock hard. So, if you fancy a real challenge, head over to the Flame Over Steam Store Page now and pre-purchase this fantastic game. :)

That’s all from me.  I’ll be back next week, but until then why not follow us on our Twitter and Facebook pages, our Youtube Channel and our  Google + account, where we’ll be posting all the latest news from Ghostlight? You can also follow me on Twitter for a more personal take on all things Ghostlight.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Lucifer’s Call out now on PSN!

It’s been a very long wait but I’m pleased to be able to tell you that Shin Megami Tensei : Lucifer’s Call (Nocturne in North America) has now been released as a PS2 Classic on PSN priced at just £6.49.

This is a truly excellent RPG unlike any other, offering challenging gameplay and an incredibly dark atmosphere fuelled by an amazing soundtrack.  From Atlus’ hugely respected SMT series, Lucifer’s Call has a stomping Metacritic rating of 82% across 42 reviews!   Here’s just a small selection:

RPGamer - 5/5

RPGFan - 92/100

Siliconera 9/10

Official US Playstation Magazine 9/10

IGN - 8.6/10

GameSpot - 8.5/10

Eurogamer - 8/10

This release is based on the special edition "Director's Cut" version of the game and features an appearance from one of video gaming’s cult characters, Dante, from Capcom's Devil May Cry™ series.  Lucifer’s Call was actually the first main line Shin Megami Tensei game to be released in the West and was considered by many as one of the best games of its year.  So, if you’re a fan of the SMT series and never played this game when it was first released, then go and grab it now – you will not be disappointed! :)

Set in post-apocalyptic Tokyo, the entire population of the world is annihilated by a global catastrophe called the Conception. Now, the fate of the entire world lies on the shoulders of one young man who must battle his way through opposing demonic forces to bring order to the world to come…

…or possibly become the harbinger of its destruction.

  • Over 50 hours of gameplay!
  • Choose your own path and follow one of several ideologies which will ultimately determine the fate of the entire world!
  • Customize your character with Magatama, living parasites that grant the host demonic powers!
  • Persuade over 100 different demons to join your party - evolve or fuse them to form even more powerful entities!
  • Special guest appearance by Dante, from Capcom's Devil May Cry™ series. Will Dante become your most feared enemy or your greatest ally?

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Atlus’ “Shin Megami Tensei: Lucifer’s Call” out next week on PSN!

I’m absolutely delighted to say that after a very long wait, we are expecting the mighty Shin Megami Tensei : Lucifer’s Call (Nocturne in North America) to be released next week as a PS2 Classic on PSN!  This is a truly excellent game from Atlus’ hugely respected SMT series and has a stomping Metacritic rating of 82% over 42 reviews!  It will be priced at just £6.49/€7.99.

If you follow our Twitter account you may have noticed that the game was briefly available on the PSN Store, this was due to an error and it has now been removed from the PSN Store until next week.

Set in post-apocalyptic Tokyo, the entire population of the world is annihilated by a global catastrophe called the Conception. Now, the fate of the entire world lies on the shoulders of one young man, who must battle his way through opposing demonic forces to bring order to the world to come…

…or possibly become the harbinger of it destruction.

  • Over 50 hours of gameplay with alternate endings!
  • Customize your character with Magatama, living parasites that grant the host demonic powers!
  • Persuade over 100 different demons to join your party. Evolve or fuse them to form even more powerful ones.
  • Featuring Dante from Capcom’s Devil May Cry 2TM.

In other exciting news, I’m very happy to be able to tell you that Agarest: Generations of War Premium Edition, will be in this week’s Humble Weekly Bundle RPG Edition Book II, available to anyone who pays just $8.00 or more. The Premium Edition is usually $19.99 so that’s a massive saving of $11.99 right there!  But don’t forget that your $8.00 will actually net you $87.00 of RPG goodness including Fate: Hero Bundle, Paper Sorcerer, bit Dungeon II, Pier Solar and the Great Architects, Sanctuary RPG: Black Edition and Atlus’ Rollers of the Realm.  I may not be great with numbers, but that’s an absolutely amazing bargain for any RPG fans out there. :)

Finally, we were also able to announce yesterday that we will be releasing Flame Over, Laughing Jackal’s brilliant firefighting, action roguelike on the 28th May.  If you pre-purchase the game you’ll get a massive 40% discount off the usual price of $11.99. So, go check out yesterday’s blog for more details.  Flame Over looks stunning and is both rock hard and a hell of a lot of fun, so while I might be a bit biased on this one, I’d definitely recommend you check out the games Steam Store page. :)

That’s all from me.  I’ll be back next week, but until then why not follow us on our Twitter and Facebook pages, our Youtube Channel and our  Google + account, where we’ll be posting all the latest news from Ghostlight? You can also follow me on Twitter for a more personal take on all things Ghostlight.

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