Eternal Sonata PS3 Quietly Secures October 21 Release Date
Hey, is October big enough for you yet? No? Want another title that could be well worth playing? Then welcome the PS3 version of Eternal Sonata.
According to Kotaku, the anticipated RPG silently acquired a release date of October 21, and this is good news for all role-playing fans. It's a much-updated version of the game Xbox 360 owners saw a while back, and for those seeking their first PS3 RPG, Sonata should be a solid choice. There's going to be new characters, a bunch of extra cut-scenes, new outfits, and more, and the premise of the game is also unique and intriguing. While the 360 continues to horde many of the RPGs this generation, the PS3 is slowly but surely starting to churn a few out. Disgaea 3 - while technically a strategy/RPG - is already out, and we can all look forward to a few more, including the still-exclusive Final Fantasy Versus XIII. Japanese RPGs are taking a backseat to Western-developed RPGs this generation (at least, that's how it seems so far), but provided the fans still get quality titles, is this really a problem?
We're hoping Eternal Sonata turns out to be a worthy holiday purchase for many, and it starts a mini-avalanche of PS3 RPGs. No, really...we can always hope for a mini-mini-mini-avalanche, right? Come on, pray with me!
Related Game(s): Eternal Sonata
9/12/2008 John Shepard