Atlus has put out a teaser for the next issue of Weekly Famitsu, hinting that a new game will be announced on March 23rd. The tease comes from a website with the name of radianthistoria.jp, implying that this upcoming reveal is involved with 2011's critically acclaimed DS game, Radiant Historia. The text of the website reads "In the near future, a history once told will unfold again. And an unknown path will come to be known." Stay tuned for coverage of what the announcement will be, sometime tomorrow. Source UPDATE: The issue of Famitsu leaked, revealing that the project is a full remake of Radiant Historia for the Nintendo 3DS. Perfect Chronology will be a remake of the original, with extra content. More details are set to come as the full issue of Weekly Famitsu gets translated. UPDATE 2: The game will be launching on June 29 in Japan. This is a full remake and not a port, so visuals will be enhanced, voice acting will be added, and the game will also have animated cutscenes done by A1 Pictures. The new extra story mode can either be chosen to be included in the main story, or you can have the option to play it after beating the original story mode. The game's director at Atlus, Mitsuru Hirano, explained that the vocal support of this game worldwide is why this remake is being created. The reason that there isn't a sequel, is because Atlus wanted fans to experience the same great game, but with improvements.