Atlus sent out a tweet about a week ago asking if people would want a reprint of their awesome DS game, Radiant Historia. Well, it looks like enough people were interested because we will be seeing a reprint of the game in late March.
Aw, my copy is less valuable now... This is actually nice to see, though.
It gives a lot of people the chance to experience it for the first time which is great.
I valued my copies....value? Oh well
I don't understand the hype... Why is it so important to re-release this Radiant Historia? Your buying the same blasted game!!! Can someone please explain??
Lame, now my copy is less valuable. What makes this game so special when Atlus has refused to re-release other games like SMT:Nocturne or Persona 3:FES with twice the re-release requests?
More than likely they were able to get a good deal on publishing costs and all of the DS Game of the Year awards probably helped too.
That aspect of Atlus always bugged me dispite loving everything they publish. I looked high and low for a long time to get a copy of Nocturne. They are one of the few companies that I buy games from near the release date, because I am afraid that I will never see the games again.
Maybe atlus should of learned not to stop localizing ds games so quick
Excellent. I've been wanting to play this for a while and now I have the chance. I've heard it's an excellent RPG, so I am definitely looking forward to it.
hmmm i like rpgs and feel like theres a lack of it recently i may pick this up i wonder what the price is?
Wow. Really glad I didn't win this on eBay for $55 lately. It typically goes for more than $70!
Thank god, I wanted to play this but couldn't find any copies in my area and didn't want to spend an arm and a leg to get it.
People who bought it early, isn't it still worth more, especially if you got the pre-order CD soundtrack? I have a copy of both items, and I haven't had the time to play it... sadly.
Sucks cause I specifically bought two copies to keep one sealed for my collections because of rarity. Oh well. Seriously guys if you haven't picked it up, its a must. My goty for 2011.
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