In a direct email exchange, NIS America confirmed that La Pucelle: Ragnarok will not be published for a stateside release. The exact quote is as follows: “All right. No, we will not be able to bring it over. We’ve got a lot of fantastic new titles lined up for 2011, and we think fans will get pumped over those even though we can’t bring LP:R out of Japan. For those who’ve supported it over the years, thank you very much for your efforts, but in the end, we won’t be bringing it out of Japan.”
Ragnarok was released for the PSP in Japan back in November of 2009, and, for the time being at least, it looks like it’s staying there.
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In another case of Exactly What it Says on the Tin (TV Tropes link redacted for safety purposes) downloadable content for La Pucelle Ragnarok has been announced. According to Nippon Ichi’s Japanese website, Elie/Erie from Marl Kingdom – the girl who owns the Rosenqueen store in La Pucelle – will join your party as a playable character.
More details can be found on the game’s site here, though a release date outside of Japan has not been announced.
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You guys don’t know how much I am looking forward to this game.
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Fresh media for y’all, ’cause you’re all dying for it, I know. In today’s update: 3D Dot Game Heroes, Summon Night X: Tears Crown, Dragon Quest IX, La Pucelle Ragnarok, and Final Fantasy Legend II DS. I’m told Final Fantasy Legend II DS is actually part of the SaGa series, but m’eh. When Squenix, proud owners of Eidos, decide to finance 30 Deus Ex sequels and spinoffs, then I’ll make the effort to be more precise with their nomenclature.
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Nippon Ichi have announced that their strategy RPG La Pucelle Tactics is being ported to the PSP. Dubbed La Pucelle Ragnarok, the port will feature improvements to the interface, such as being able to skip battle animations. Additional voice acting and a new scenario featuring bonus bosses from the Disgaea series have been confirmed.
La Pucelle Ragnarok will be released in Japan on November 26. A North American release has not been confirmed.