[Games] X Edge stuff

Hmm remember that game by Compile Heart I said a little something about some time ago? Turns out it’s being released on September 25, and here are some small screens I pulled off of Amazon JP lol. I have a feeling these screens have been around for awhile, but these are the first I’ve seen of them lol. I’ve been having trouble connecting to Ron’s site at Otadesho these days so I dunno if he’s got updates on the game, but if Amazon’s got these screens, there’s probably something better out there that he’s found. From these little things though, kinda reminds me of a Tales game or maybe Star Ocean. Looks nice though, wish it didn’t cost so much to import. ><




Interested folks can preorder the game from Play-Asia:
Japan version
Asia version


edit: Just tried gettin to Otadesho again and finally got through (sometimes for some reason I just keep hangin)! Turns out he’s got a TON of screenshots as a little photo preview. Head over there to check it out.

2 Responses to “[Games] X Edge stuff”

  1. August 8, 2008 at 8:44 am

    This game looks great, just like other JRPGs in PS3 like Tears to Tiara and Agarest Senki. Too bad there won’t be English language interface i guess, and because of this reason i missed all the fun playing JRPGs.

  2. August 8, 2008 at 6:21 pm

    Yea it sucks that games like Agarest Senki are such niche games that they don’t make their way over here 😦 And I’m not patient enough to play japanese games that require lots of reading, so I tend to miss out on these games also… Though when I did play the demo for Agarest Senki it was rather fun.

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