Posts Tagged ‘Suikoden (series)’
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.
Without fanfare or grandiose announcements, Konami has re-released several PS2 titles, including Suikoden Tactics, in Europe at budget prices. A company spokesperson stated that the titles were reissued due to “demand.” It is unknown whether Konami will do the same for other games.
Recession? What recession? If you’re looking for ways to stimulate the economy, there are three new ways to do it. Square Enix is shipping Valkyrie Profile: Covenant of the Plume for the Nintendo DS with a MSRP of $39.99. Konami is bringing Suikoden Teirkreis to the DS for $34.99, and XSEED is giving people a reason to actually turn on their Wii by releasing Rune Factory Frontier for $49.99.
Screenshots, ahoy! More walls of text in that made-up language from so-called “Japan” than you can shake a stick at! For today: Phantom Brave Wii, Dragon Quest IX, and Suikoden Tierkreis. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots 03/02/09’ »
In today’s update: Blue Dragon: Behemoth of the Otherworld, Disgaea DS, Dragon Quest IX, Star Ocean 4: The Last Hope, and Suikoden Tierkreis.
In today’s update: Shining Force Feather, Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: Echoes of Time, Disgaea 2 Portable, Suikoden Tierkreis, Dragon Quest V, From the Abyss, Star Ocean Second Evolution, Super Robot Taisen K, .hack//Link, Blazer Drive, and Fragile. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork, Boxart 01/21/09’ »
Fans of the Suikoden and Phantasy Star series have an early Christmas gift to look forward to. Konami is releasing the original PlayStation Suikoden on the PlayStation Network. It will be available on the PSP or PS3 for $5.99. Phantasy Star IV is also now on the Wii’s Virtual Console for 800 points.
Nintendo announced its North American Q1 lineup today and a couple of titles may be of interest to RPG fans. Pokémon Platinum for the Nintendo DS has been officially dated for March 22. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, also for the Nintendo DS, was confirmed for February 16.
The press release also listed third party games. For the Nintendo Wii, players can expect Little King’s Story on February 17 and Rune Factory: Frontier in March. The DS can look forward to Legacy of Ys: Books I & II on February 10, and Puzzle Quest: Galactrix and Suikoden Tierkreis in the first quarter.
Coming up with another salvo, we have some Dragon Quest IX, Phantasy Star Zero, Item-Getter, Suikoden: Tierkreis, and Knights in the Nightmare. Swear, it took it me, like, six tries not to write ‘Knightmare’. That Kn-stuff is tricky, man. Anyhow… Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 12/11/08 – Round 2!’ »
Today’s update features Suikoden Tierkreis, White Knight Chronicles, and Dragon Quest: Hand of the Heavenly Bride. Continue reading ‘Mass Screenshots, Artwork 12/02/08’ »
Suikoden fans should get out their calendars now because Suikoden: Tierkreis for the Nintendo DS is officially headed to North America this coming March. Along with news of the release window came some details regarding the game’s plot. The story is set in the “Million World universe.” During the course of the story, players will find themselves traveling to parallel worlds and encountering a wide variety of characters and cultures.
Tierkreis also makes unique use of Wi-Fi. Players can send their characters on quests via Wi-Fi, which will be completed by other Wi-Fi users. Upon completion of the quest the player’s party will return with new items and abilities. Tierkreis features animated cutscenes and voiceovers, and, of course, will center around finding the 108 Stars of Destiny.
In a press release Tuesday, Konami announced that the latest installment in their Suikoden RPG series, the DS-bound Suikoden Tierkreis, will be localized for a North American release. Plot details have been sparse thus far, with suggestions of parallel worlds being involved somehow. Reportedly, the story begins with all but three of the Stars of Destiny dying in battle, and the survivors are tasked with “resurrecting” the others to take on the One King. Konami also indicated that Tierkreis will make use of the online capabilities of the DS, allowing players to send some of their characters on quests that others can complete. No US release date has been posted.