Hi everyone. Have you checked out the PSN Autumn Sale yet? If you haven’t, you’ll be pleased to know that all the games I mentioned in last week’s blog are still available for bargain prices as part of the sale. They all return to their normal price on the 17th of October though, so you’ll have to hurry.
In other news the Atlus fans among you may remember that I mentioned on a previous blogpost that our sister company, Midas, were working to release Maken Shao: Demon Sword as part of the PS2 Classics programme on PSN. Well, I’ve recently heard that the game has now passed submission and will be released on PSN soon.
If you’re wondering what Maken Shao is like, here’s the description that will be used on the PSN store:
Maken... A man-made life form used to cure mental disease.
Take control of this awesome creature in an adventure that takes you across the globe, battling against a terrorist organisation and a malevolent Chinese god.
To succeed you must control dozens of game characters, unlocking their memories and special attacks in your struggle to unravel a sinister conspiracy to change the fate of humankind forever.
- 19 levels set across the globe. From the Forbidden City to ancient Athens
- Many characters to 'Brain Jack' and control. Unlock special moves as you play
- Multilayered game structure. Secret characters, unlockable modes and game endings
- Hidden modes - Fight game bosses in a survival challenge or view character artwork!
I must admit that Maken Shao was a bit before my time here, but I’ll definitely be picking it up off PSN when it does come out. :)
Some of you might also remember that we mentioned in an earlier blog about bringing some JRPG’s to PC/Steam. It was certainly a popular idea :). Well don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about it and I’ve just heard that we will be announcing our first game very soon. That doesn’t mean you can’t suggest titles for us to look into though as we’re still looking for more games to bring to the PC :).
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.
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