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If you’re lucky enough to be on holidays then why not spend a little of your time off taking a look at this shiny new media. Today, for your viewing pleasure, we’ve got Ragnarok Odyssey, Code of Princess, Genso Suikoden Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki, and Labyrinth Tower: Legacista.
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While little is known about the game itself, the PSP-bound Suikoden – officially titled as Genso Suikoden Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki – will be released February 9 in Japan. Standard retail copies come priced at ¥5,980, while fans can purchase a variety of special editions via Konami’s online shop, such as the following:
- The “Special Version” includes a soundtrack, drama CD, and art book. ¥12,000.
- A second untitled bundle combines that with a Genso Suikoden encyclopedia. ¥19,500.
- A third set just includes the soundtrack and drama CD with the game. ¥9,580.
Konami also launched the official site for the game, located here.
And we’re back on task, no worse for wear. Well, I’m still fighting a cough, but at least we’re up and running again. As I said yesterday, sorry for the delay folks. Fortunately it wasn’t too busy a news week so I had time to chew on some rich, yummy financial analysis alongside the TGS leftovers. Let’s get down on it, shall we?
- Tokyo Game Show wrap-ups: 3DS releases are promising and its match-up with the Vita is the fight to watch; Square Enix needs something to reassure fans it knows what it’s doing, which probably isn’t FFXII-2; Konami lets Suikoden out of the cellar into yet another cellar; Hyperdimension Neptunia Mk2 confuses yet taps into the mysterious ‘buy me’ impulse; Namco-Bandai still hates money.
- Dualshockers.com provides some insights into the Japanese stock market and its reactions to TGS. Short version: Sony should be thankful Japan likes the Vita. The full article is definitely worth the read.
- Sony has a brief network outage that’s quickly corrected as authorities nab yet more LulzSec participants. The irony of this is not lost on me.
- A university study crowdsources viral protein modeling to a bunch of FoldIt players, with surprising results. Look to see someone try to weaponize this in the near future.
- Not exactly game-related, but the CERN researchers firing a particle that seemingly broke the speed of light is too fascinating not to discuss and/or fantasize about. Read up on it if you haven’t already, it could very well be science fiction in the making.
- And speaking of science gone mad, code-hunters find an apparent teaser for Half-Life 2: Episode 3 in Valve’s DotA 2. Don’t play games with my heart, Valve. Just… don’t.
During TGS, Konami announced that Genso Suikoden Tsumugareshi Hyakunen no Toki, a new installment in the Suikoden series, is being developed for the PSP. Although little information was paired with the announcement, the company did launch a teaser site for the game which includes a trailer, accessible here.