'Jeanne d'Arc' (PSP) Coming to North America

Developed by Level-5, creators of the renowned Dark Cloud series and Rogue Galaxy, Jeanne d'Arc delivers a new tactical role-playing adventure set across vast lands with detailed environments, unique characters, and a diverse combat and gameplay system.

"With the introduction of Jeanne d'Arc for PSP, Level-5 now brings their high standard of game development excellence to the portable world," said Jeff Reese, Director, Software Marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment America. "The team has managed to create an action filled, mythical adventure that RPG fans and gamers alike will take anywhere they feel like playing, further adding depth to the ever expanding lineup of PSP software."

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ASSASSYN 36o6034d ago

She gets burned at the stake at the end. Sorry to spoil the ending...no im not.

Armyless6033d ago

I will definitely pick this one up.

Bleyd6033d ago (Edited 6033d ago )

Has Level 5 done anything on the PSP before? I need something to compare their skills to when developing for the PSP.

I loved Dragon Quest 8 and I can only hope that they'll do just as good a job with this game. Should be interesting.


One & Done: Games Without Sequels - Part Four

Phil at SPC writes, "Welcome to the return of One & Done, an article series on SPC that talks about games that never became franchises. They were literally one and done! Now, the purpose of these articles isn't to beg for sequels, as some of these games don't need them and not every game needs to become a franchise. Instead, we're just exploring and fondly remembering these terrific titles from generations' past and giving them some more time in the old spotlight."

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P_Bomb1024d ago (Edited 1024d ago )

I also remember Cold Fear. Never wound up buying it but I watched some of the walkthrough years later.

Gun could’ve gone on, but RDR was a tough act to follow.

Early years of the following gen had quite a few one-shots. Heavenly Sword, Lair, Haze, Folklore, Stranglehold. Bah gawd Stranglehold had expensive DLC for its day.


Five Obscure but Wonderful Japanese RPGs That Need More Love

There are the superstars of the Japanese RPG genre, the must-plays on any gamer’s list: Final Fantasy VII, Persona 4, Chrono Trigger. This is a not a list of those.

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Miss_Vixen2777d ago (Edited 2777d ago )

Although it's not entirely JRPG and has a little more emphasizes on the action side, I also highly recommend Nier on the PS3.

A very underrated obscure game, but very enjoyable.

Sly-Lupin2777d ago

Dragon Quest IV is one of the most well-known and well-loved JRPGs in the entire history of gaming.

rextraordinaire2777d ago

Dragon Quest? Uh? It's like the biggest jrpg juggernaut after FF...


Jeanne D'Arc Now Available For Download On Vita In North America

The role playing game Jeanne D'Arc is finally available for download on PlayStation Vita in North America. The game could only be played on PS Vita previously by downloading it on a PS3 and transferring the game.

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illtornworld3353d ago

hopefully legend of dragoon makes the list i still cant play it :-/