Atlus Reprinting Radiant Historia

By Az Elias 11.02.2012 2

Atlus Reprinting Radiant Historia on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

Having asked fans on Facebook and Twitter if they would be interested in a Radiant Historia reprint, Atlus have now announced it will be happening.

After launching in February last year, the Nintendo DS time-travelling RPG which had staff from tri-Ace and the Shin Megami Tensei series work on it, received an awful lot of positive reviews, including a 9/10 from us. However, it quickly became a rarity and began selling for extortionate prices on the likes of ebay.

But now the game will start reselling in late March across retailers in North America, with Amazon.com, Amazon.ca and EB Games Canada among those now accepting pre-orders. Whilst the re-release won't get the bonus soundtrack that came free with the game when it launched last year, it will sell for the friendlier price of $35.

This is a great opportunity for Europeans to import Radiant Historia at a much more reasonable price, since it didn't get a release here, so make the most of it!

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Box art for Radiant Historia
Developer

Atlus

Publisher

Atlus

Genre

Turn Based RPG

Players

1

C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  9/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  0 (0 Votes)

European release date None   North America release date Out now   Japan release date Out now   Australian release date None   

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Now PLEASE Atlus, reprint Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Infinite Frontier Smilie ! I'm sad I discovered that game too late for me to be able to easily get a copy of it.

( Edited 11.02.2012 19:56 by Kafei2006 )

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Will this be a DSi enhanced game though? A lot of DS games seem to use DSi enhancments to simply region lock the game.
I know I could probably use my DSlite to play it if it is but it would be more convenient if I could just use my 3DS

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