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Submitted by lahnaloo 691d ago | article

Revisiting the Classics – Suikoden II

GO Critic, "The last few weeks have given rise to various articles highlighting the birth of a petition for Konami to bring back Suikoden I & II for a worldwide PSN release. Suikoden game is relatively inexpensive, and it can be found on the North American PSN for about $6. However, the second game released near the end of the PlayStation life cycle and got a relatively low print run.

As such, prices for the title on many online websites have reached somewhere in the hundreds for a complete copy and has yet to see a re-release. Japanese PSP owners got a collection of both games, but this compilation never left its home country. This is understandably frustrating for those who have longed to give it a try, especially since the other games in the franchise can be had with relative ease.

So is the game really that good to be worth that kind of cash, or is it a case of people just seeking it out for its rarity? I sought to find out." (Retro, Suikoden I&II , Suikoden II)

mdprime  +   691d ago
Yeah Suikoden!

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