Hi everyone. We’ve got lots of things going on this week at Ghostlight. But first up I’ve got some good news for any of you who missed out on ordering the awesome Agarest: Generations of War 2 Deluxe Editions! We’ve managed to make a very limited number of these Deluxe Editions available once again through the Ghostlight Store. You can pre-order your copy of this amazing package here.
In other news, I’m afraid that we’ve just heard back from the manufacturers of Agarest 2 and whilst we have received production copies of the physical game and the Deluxe Edition Caps & Bags, the rest of the Collector’s parts have regrettably been delayed until August 16th. This is apparently due to problems that our supplier has been experiencing with the printers of the slip cases and Artbooks. Everything has been resolved but I would again like to apologise for this delay and thank you all for your continued patience. While it’s incredibly frustrating for us, it must be even more so for you guys who are waiting for your copies of Agarest 2 to arrive. Please rest assured that as soon as we receive everything we will of course immediately start sending out stock to everyone who has ordered from us.
Still on the subject of the Agarest series, you might be pleased to hear that the downloadable PSN version of Agarest: Generations of War Zero is back in submission with Sony. If all goes to plan we’ll be revealing details of this fantastic game’s PSN release in the very near future.
Lots of you have been asking for an update on the status of our other games, in particular Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked (3DS). Well, I can tell you that Devil Survivor Overclocked, Devil Survivor 2 and the recently announced Crash City Mayhem are all making excellent progress and we’re expecting to receive approval of the masters soon. Once approved, I’ll be announcing release dates and opening them up for pre-order.
I’d also just like to remind our friends on the continent that our fantastic PSP title, Fate/EXTRA should be coming to the remaining European PSN Stores next Wednesday. I’ve checked and can confirm that the game runs perfectly on Vita, so no matter if you have a Vita, a PSP Go or just prefer your games digitally you’ll be able to play this brilliant and unique game. Of course, if you’d prefer a physical version of the game complete with an artbook, soundtrack CD and exclusive (unfolded) giant A1 poster along with a bonus Fate/The Facts book, you can order your copy here.
Finally, before I go, some of you may remember the Q&A sessions we ran about a year ago. I’ve been considering doing another one of these in the near future, so if you’ve got any questions you’d like me to answer about Ghostlight please let me know in the comments here or on my Twitter feed.
That’s all for now. I’ll be back next week, but until then you can follow Ghostlight 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.