Eternal Sonata PS3 Detailed For Japan
Hey, anybody seen any PlayStation 3 RPGs around here...? Anybody? No? Well, hopefully, that'll change in due time. At the very least, Japanese gamers can look forward to the PS3 version of the solid Xbox 360 RPG, Eternal Sonata. And if Namco Bandai feels so inclined, perhaps we poor saps in North America will get it, too.
According to RPGFan, Namco has revealed their official plans to bring the musical role-playing title to Sony's platform on September 18 of this year. It's only confirmed for Japan, but they did confirm that they've made "significant changes to the game," and that includes the following: two new playable characters, a brand new quest and dungeon, a "revised scenario with multiple endings," and the option to switch a character's outfit. Oh, and we can also expect a few new tracks from talented musician Stanislav Bunin and composer Motoi Sakuraba. There's no way of knowing if Namco Bandai wishes to bring the game to any other region, but we don't wish to be left out in the cold... If RPG fans had more to choose from on the PS3, perhaps it wouldn't be such a big deal, but we really don't have much of anything right now.
We'll bring you more on Eternal Sonata when it becomes available, and if it's relevant to other regions besides Japan. Cross your fingers!
Related Game(s): Eternal Sonata
6/25/2008 Ben Dutka