Hi everyone. Thanks for all your feedback on last week’s blog about bringing console JRPGs to PC. I was very excited to see just how popular the idea was with the vast majority of you :) While we have already been talking to a few of our contacts in Japan, it’s still going to take a little while to get the wheels in motion but I’ll make sure to keep informed with any updates as soon as I hear anything. One thing I can say is that the level of interest that you have all shown has really helped to push the process along that little bit quicker.
While our original plan was for the PC games to be released digitally, after reading the huge amount of feedback from you all, we’re now looking into the added possibility of offering a limited number of physical collector’s editions as well. Where possible, we may also (for gamers who prefer to get their PC games digitally) offer the collector’s edition items separately from the game.
We’re still very interested in hearing your thoughts on the games you’d like us to look in to as well as your continued thoughts on PC ports in general. We do already have one or two particular target products in mind, and if they work out then we’d definitely be interested in bringing more products to the PC platform.
Moving back towards consoles now, I can tell you that Agarest: Generations of War 2 is still currently in manufacture at the moment. As soon as the stock hits our warehouse, I’ll put up some photos on the blog so that those of you who’ve already ordered it will be able to see just what you’ll be getting. And if you haven’t joined that happy band of people then you can head over here to pre-order your copy.
Finally I would like to assure all of you who are still awaiting the appearance of Fate/EXTRA on their local PSN store that we are pulling out all the stops to fix the issue with the metadata that has caused the hold ups. It won’t be long now…
One thing that has come up from this is that a few of you have commented on the quality of translations for the Metadata of some of our games. I was thinking that it would be really helpful if you could let us know if you notice any mistakes in our metadata and we’ll do our best to put them right. So, if you’re interested in helping us out in any way, please let me know.
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.