Hi everyone. I’m pleased to report that the awesome Agarest: Generations of War Zero has now been approved for release on PSN. So anyone who fancies downloading this fantastic game straight to their hard drive should keep their eyes peeled as we will be announcing a release date in the coming weeks.
I can also tell you that the issue with the Fate/EXTRA metadata has now been resolved, meaning that this fabulous game should now be available on more of the mainland European PSN Stores that it was missing from. If there are any problems with this please let us know.
We have also now received more information on the issue which is delaying the release of the Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga games. Currently both games suffer from technical problems due to a conflict with the emulator. Apparently it may be possible for these issues to be fixed in future emulator updates, but at the moment we do not have an estimated date for this to happen.
Finally, congratulations to Greg Rutherford on his Olympic Gold Medal in Long Jump. A few years ago we met Greg when we went to Crystal Palace to demonstrate International Athletics. In fact he even gave International Athletics a go himself and said: "The accuracy and realism of International Athletics is fantastic, certainly better than anything I've played on the DS or PSP before. The game is also a great way for children and adults to learn about the different track and field disciplines - I'll certainly be testing my skills on the long jump before I head to Beijing"
You can try a free updated version of the game – cunningly titled International Athletics 2012 – on iPhone here.
That’s all for now. I’ll be back next week - hopefully with some better news – 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.
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