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Natural Doctrine Finally Lands In The US On September 16

It has been available in Japan for a while now, but don't fret, it finally has a North American release date.

Publisher NIS America has announced that Natural Doctrine will launch in the US on September 16, and a European release will follow three days later. The game will be available for the PlayStation 4 ($60), PlayStation 3 ($50) and Vita ($40).

Each platform will receive a special Limited Edition version as well, and those will be $20 more than the standard price (so, $80 for the PS4, $70 for the PS3, and $60 for the Vita version). Bonuses include an art book, poster, and an "explorer's back," which appears to be a handy-dandy backpack. The game itself boasts turn-based combat (yay!) and it will also support Cross-Play and Cross-Save across all three PlayStation platforms.

For JRPG lovers, this is the game they wish they had at the PS4's launch. Right?

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6/30/2014 11:22:49 AM Ben Dutka

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Monday, June 30, 2014 @ 1:13:34 PM

*Alucard's voice from Symphony of the Night*: "I'm interested in this."

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Monday, June 30, 2014 @ 2:41:50 PM

ill def take a look at this game.

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