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The Big in Japan 2015 PSN Sale begins

Calling all PSN users: Have you been enviously watching the recent Steam Summer Sale, complete with all those great bargains? If so, I’ve got some good news for you as this year’s PSN ‘Big in Japan’ sale has just begun, bringing you great savings on a whole host of fantastic Japanese games.

PS3 owners will be pleased to hear that both Agarest: Generations of War Zero & Agarest: Generations of War 2 will have their prices slashed. Agarest Zero is down from €24.99 (£19.99) to an appetising €10.00 (£8.00), while Agarest 2 has dropped from €34.99 (£28.99) to just €10.50 (£8.70).

Of course we’ve also got something for those of you with a PSP or Vita!   Persona 2 has had its price reduced from €29.99 (£24.99) to €8.99 (£7.39) and the bundle containing Persona 2 and Trails in the Sky has had its price cut from €49.99 (£39.99) to €16.99 (£13.99).  Fate/EXTRA has also had a price cut too, from €29.99 (£24.99) to just €8.39 (£7.39). 

Meanwhile our sister company Midas Interactive are offering one of Atlus’ PlayStation 2 Classics Maken Shao: Demon Sword at an amazing €1.50 (£1.20) down from €4.99 (£3.99). This obscure gem is one that fans of Atlus’ SMT series will not want to miss out on.

So, make sure to head over to the PSN store to take advantage of these great savings before the sale ends next week on the 1st July.

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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The Steam Summer Sale 2015 continues

Hi everyone. There’s now less than one week to go until the Steam Summer Sale ends. With a whole host of great savings on all our Steam titles and DLC you won’t want to miss out on it, so why not go and check out all the Ghostlight titles on Steam.

In other Steam related news, after last week’s update on Way of the Samurai 4, I’m pleased to say that progress has continued to be good. With only 2 major bugs remaining (concerning throwing animations and ambient sounds) remaining we are now pretty darn close to being ready to launch. More news on that soon we hope! Al, Laughing Jackal’s producer, (a.k.a. @ev4nac on Twitter) has been looking at the game a fair bit of late and had this to say about the game:

“Now I’m 100 hours in, I can say with confidence that I really like Way of the Samurai 4. The early part of the game – as you’re figuring out how combat works, the layout of the environment, how missions work, and having to be really cautious in large scale combat – is great and the multi-stranded narrative makes it really fun to try new things out in subsequent play throughs. It’s definitely my favourite Ghostlight game to date. I’ve stayed late a few times just to get a missing ending.”

The other big video game news this week has been E3, and from the view point of someone who’s been stuck in Essex :( rather than making the trip over to LA, it seems to have been a very good one. With a new Fallout & Doom, a remake of Final Fantasy VII and Shenmue 3 (!!!) all being announced on the main stage, alongside some newer games such Media Molecule’s Dreams and whatever Square Enix’s  Project Setsuna proves to be, things are looking great for videogames into 2016.  And that’s not even mentioning the fact that The Last Guardian is coming next year. O_o

Off the main stage there’s been plenty of excitement too with Xseed announcing that they’ll be bringing over Trails of Cold Steel, a sequel to the amazing Trails in the Sky, to the West.

The original Trails in the Sky was one of my favourite PSP games, and if you haven’t already tried it you should definitely pick it up either physically through the Ghostlight Store, where it comes with a lovely A1 poster or on the PSN Store. The digital version, of course also works on Vita.

So what was your favourite E3 announcement? Did you manage to make it over to LA? If so go on and make us all jealous by talking about it in the comments :).

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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The Steam Summer Sale is here!

Hi everyone. While the weather may not suggest it here in England, summer is here, and with it one of the most important events in the PC gaming calendar; the Steam Summer Sale!

Those of you who’ve been through the sale before know exactly what to expect: HUGE savings on almost everything on Steam.  Not wanting to miss out on the fun, we’ve put together some great deals for this year’s Steam Summer Sale.

So, before you sprint off to the Steam Store let me just run you through the amazing savings we’re offering:

The chart topping SRPG, Agarest: Generations of War (regular price $14.99) will be available with a very handsome 30% off during the sale.  Plus, we’ll also be making sure that all of the game’s DLC, the Premium Edition Upgrade and of course the Collector’s Edition will also have a price cut of 30% too!

Meanwhile, the prequel to Agarest, Agarest: Generations of War Zero (regular price $19.99) and all its DLC will have a whopping 70% discount during the sale!

We’ve also slashed the price of Agarest: Generations of War 2 (regular price $19.99) by a very respectable 40%.  Newer players will not need to have played the previous games to understand and enjoy this instalment of the story.  Once again, this saving applies to all the game’s DLC bundles too!

The Steam Summer Sale will also see us unveiling a mighty Agarest triple pack, called Agarest: The Complete Saga.  This fantastic offering gives gamers the chance to check out the entire Agarest series in one pack.  This pack will get you the Agarest: Generations of War Collector’s Edition, Agarest: Generations of War ZERO and Agarest: Generations of War 2 all for an incredible $19.79, saving you a truly massive 67% off the usual price of $59.97!

Those of you who prefer a bit of Wizardry-style dungeon crawling will be pleased to know that Elminage Gothic (regular price $9.99), from the makers of the Wizardry Empires series, will also have its price slashed by a massive 70% for the duration of the holiday sale.

Want to try something a bit more upbeat than Elminage and perhaps even more lethal?  Then Flame Over, Laughing Jackal’s firefighting action rogue-like might be the game for you.  Flame Over (regular price $11.99) will have its price cut by 20% for the Steam Summer Sale.

Despite the massive savings above, it’s the blood-splattered, chain-reaction shooter, OMG Zombies! (regular price $4.99), that gets the largest discount this summer with a gruesomely irresistible 90% off during the sale (reducing the price to just $0.49!!)

You can see a full list of all the Ghostlight games available on Steam here, so make sure to check out the Steam Store to get your hands on these great games.

In other news, those of you who’ve been waiting very patiently for details of the Way of the Samurai 4 Steam release will be relieved to hear that our hard working programmers have recently had a major breakthrough on the port.  The game is now very stable, fully playable and looking great!  While I can’t share the release date yet, I’ll have more news on that in the very near future.

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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