I’m sure you remember that last week we asked for your support in helping us to release the fantastic Devil Survivor 2 on DS, and first off I just wanted to thank you all for your feedback. We’ve taken your comments on board and I can reveal that pre-orders are going live from next week when I will also be revealing the magic number needed for the release to go ahead. The game will be priced at just £24.99 / €29.99 and don’t forget that if we reach our target, your name will be included in the manual. Plus, to encourage Devil-Survivor-newcomers to get involved in the campaign, we’re looking into offering a special pre-order pack containing Devil Survivor 2 together with a heavily discounted copy of Devil Survivor: Overclocked.
Oh, and speaking of Devil Survivor Overclocked, I can tell you that wheels are turning and it looks very much like the game will be coming to the eShop in the near future. I’ll have more details on that in the next couple of weeks.
Moving on to Elminage Original now. We’ve finalised all the items to be included in the very Limited Edition and we expect to put the title into manufacture in the next week or two. I’ll make sure to give you all plenty of notice before pre-orders go live on this very exclusive edition :)
And lastly, an update on Agarest: Generations of War for PC, and I’m pleased to let you all know that we will be adding more people to the Agarest PC beta. If you already applied for the Beta first time around, there’s no need to re-apply as we have kept your details on file and will consider them again, unless you asked us to delete your details of course.
[Edit] Thank you to everyone who applied for a spot on the Agarest beta. Applications for the Agarest Beta are now closed for the time being. We'll be getting back to everyone who applied later this week. [/edit]
The minimum PC requirements to run Agarest: Generations of War are:
Windows XP or later
2 Ghz Processor
2 Gb RAM
DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
Graphics card: needs to support v3 shaders
Of course while we’re busy with all this we haven’t forgotten about the Vita owners out there. We’ve actually been evaluating a shiny new Vita title this past week with a view to localising it for Europe. While I can’t say much about it, the game is rather good, so fingers crossed we manage to pick it up.
That’s all for now. I’ll be back next week with more news from Ghostlight. 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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