Note: As Ross is ill today (get well soon!) I'm posting this on his behalf) - Thanks! Al :)
Hi Everyone. Since I posted last week’s blog our amazing Valentine’s Sale has started. With savings of up to 66% and exclusive previously-unreleased posters being sent out with selected games there are some fantastic bargains available. The offer ends Monday 20th February, so with only a few days left you should definitely go and check out what we’ve got on offer over on the official sale page.
Anyway, that’s enough of the salesman act. Aside from our terrific offers there’s lots of other news here at Ghostlight. Fate/EXTRA is coming along very nicely. So nicely in fact that the code is already going through the approval process with Sony. While I can’t spill any more beans yet, I believe we should have a release date plus details of the special Collector’s Edition for you shortly..
I’ve been working on Agarest: Generations of War 2 this week and so far, while there are several radical changes from the previous two games in the series, I am really enjoying it. The combat feels slick and fluid and the presentation has really stepped up since the previous games. Not only that, but I’ve really been impressed by the way commissions/titles are integrated more closely into the game itself. Those of you with a similar sense of humour to me will be pleased to note the Jumbo Cock also makes a return this time around :-). I hope that’s whetted your appetites somewhat! I’m sure I’ll be back with more thoughts on Agarest 2 closer to release.
In the comments section of the last blog post, dgnfly picked up one of the hints I made a few weeks ago and asked if we were planning on putting any of our PS2 games on the PSN. At the time I couldn’t reveal anything, as we were awaiting Sony’s announcement, but since the cat is now out of the bag and several PS2 games are already on the PSN Store, I can now tell you all that we will be bringing Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga and Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga II to the PSN Storein the near future.
I’ll be back next week with news for all our Australian fans regarding Persona 2’s eagerly awaited arrival on the PSN (SEN?) Store down under. Until then, why not follow us 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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