Atlus is starting reprinting of Radiant Historia

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Feb 11, 2012
  1. ken28
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    Atlus annouced that they will reprint the game because of exceptional demand from the fans.
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    The game it self is a litle masterpiece, and a must buy for all jrpg fan^^
    But the ost will not be include in the pack,this time...
     
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    ABOUT TIME.


    Seriously, I hated myself for having to pirate it, but I couldn't find a damn copy anywhere.
     
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    This game is awesome. I am yet to find a DS RPG that tops this masterpiece.
    It's too bad that the OST won't be included this time, but you can always extract the soundtracks from the ROM or play them directly with VGMtrans.
     
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    Links to the shops
    http://www.ebgames.ca/ds/games/radiant-historia/307870
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B004CVWETI/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=atlus-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B004CVWETI
     
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    Hopefully it won't cost like £40 to import now.
     
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    I wonder how many people are gonna be pissed about this...
     
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    how do you mean ?
     
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    For the people that buy low print games (esp. from atlus) and sell them for about double or more...
     
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    Pretty awesome, i might order one. Then again, already had the game on my Acekard for ages and never played it
     
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    Hallelujah! I pirated this right when it came out, then got caught up in school soon thereafter. Recently I've been wanting to buy it, but for less than $80 or $55....I am TOTALLY buying this reprint. Amazing game! :D
     
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    There's a certain subclass that doesn't even want to sell them and will just develop foaming mad rage at the prospect that other people will be able to obtain their special treasure without jumping through the hoops they did to obtain it, whether that's buying early before it sold out or tracking it down used and paying out the wazoo. I laugh at these people.
     
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    is see it like this more money for the p4tg localization xd
     
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    Yes, I've been wanting to buy this but couldn't afford it on release, I'll get it now for sure.
     
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    I'm still waiting Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier EXCEED. :(
     
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    I never played this one. I hear its like Chrono Trigger with turnbased tactics battle system or something cool like that.
     
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    yeah you could describe it like this, it is just much more complex ,storywise at least.
    Because every Choice you make is changing the future.
     
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    Why does every game ever with time travel of some sort get classed as "it's like Chrono Trigger"
    No dammit, it isn't.

    It's as much like Chrono Trigger as Back to the Future is.
     
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    RH is a lot better than Chrono Trigger. I really recommend everyone tries RH out.
     
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    Such a great game. My goodness.

    Though I had no idea the retail version came with the soundtrack. I'll have to Google that up, as I love the music and everything.
     
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    Game was okay. It took me a bit of getting into it because of the horrible naming and how often you had to go back to a previous choice. I don't mind the timeline node system, but having to use it all the time felt kind of forced t me.
     

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