Square Enix has announced via Weekly Famitsu that Star Ocean: The Last Hope is coming to the PS3 in Japan. Now called Star Ocean: The Last Hope International, it includes both English and Japanese voice tracks, multiple subtitles for event scenes, updated menus, and the ability to switch targets in battle by pressing start.
The game is set to be released on February 4 of next year. A North American release, if any, has yet to be announced.
Square Enix announced today (now yesterday in Europe) that it will be releasing a limited edition of Star Ocean: The Last Hope in PAL territories. The special package includes a game soundtrack compilation CD, five character cards, and a mini-guide — all in a fancy box. Both versions will arrive in Europe on June 5.
Howdy-o, people. With Second Evolution and Last Hope safely behind me, I feel I’ve sufficiently distanced myself from both titles to calmly and rationally tear one of them to pieces. Which one? That would be telling. (It’s Last Hope.) Take a listen, and let us all see how biases form and express themselves. Extreme spoilers beyond this point: you have been warned. Continue reading ‘NPCast 09 – Spoiler Ocean’ »