TotalVideoGames.com and RPGamer.com report that this week's issue of Famitsu confirms that Eternal Sonata, or Trusty Bell as it's known in Japan, is set for release for PlayStation 3 in Spring 2008.
A page scan of Famitsu is included. Please see Alternative Sources.
Famitsu reports some details of the PS3 version: it will contain two new playable characters, Crescendo (who uses a mace and shield) and Serenade (who uses a staff,) and let playable characters change costumes during the course of the game. (Translated by Shin from the GameTrailers.com forums.)
Several members from the GameTrailers.com forum point out that the screenshots from the scanned pages come from the PS3 version - because the interface layout looks different from the Xbox 360 version.
The PS3 version will be released in Japan. It is unclear at this moment whether the PS3 will have an English version.
good, personally I am gonna rent it next week to get a better understanding of the story before I decide to purchase it or not
Timed Exclusive =)
That's cool, I didn't like the 360 demo too much..the graphics were good but the gameplay felt like a dumbed down Secret of Mana. Attack attack attack and then before your time is up, do a super move. But if this sells alot in Japan, it'll show how much Japan is ignoring the 360 hehe
2007's overused term/word was "SKU" 2008 shall be "timed/exclusive"
"The PS3 version of the title is also reported to offer two new playable characters, Crescendo and Serenade."
lost planet on pc, geow on pc, bioshock on pc, viva pinata on pc, dead rising on pc, ace combat 6 on ps3, eternal sonata on ps3...
looks like all x360 games soon all later come to other platforms, so if you are not in a hurry, you will be able to play almost all x360 tittles on ps3 or pc. =))