Hi everyone. I’m relieved to report that the Devil Survivor Overclocked patch has now passed through testing here and a submission to Nintendo is imminent. The key issues regarding Devil Summoning and the Auction House have been fixed and Atlus have also improved the naming convention for characters and demons. Once Nintendo have approved the patch, we are hopeful that it will be available to download from the eShop in the next few weeks.
At this point, a huge thank you should go out to Atlus for their team’s dedication and continued hard work in resolving the reported issues in the game. Also, on behalf of Ghostlight I would once again like to apologise for the inconvenience these bugs have caused and thank you all for your patience while we work towards bringing the patch to the eShop.
In other Devil Survivor Overclocked news, I’m glad to report that Devil Survivor Overclocked is now back in stock. Those of you who don’t wish to wait for the patch before picking up your copy, can visit the store here to get your hands on this fantastic game. Not only that, but anyone who buys it through the Ghostlight Store will still receive two free and exclusive unfolded A1 posters featuring Atlus’ incredible artwork from the game. Please note that the newly manufactured stock will still require the patch to resolve the bugs.
Moving on to other news and work on the PC version of Agarest: Generations of War is continuing to progress really well. Not only have several annoying bugs been squashed, but mouse controls have now been implemented in many areas of the game and while there are still some tweaks needed, I’ve found the mouse controls to be really intuitive, particularly during battles. It’s almost as if the game is finding its natural home on the PC :)
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.