Eternal Sonata PS3 finally gets US release date

By Mike, Tuesday, 15 July 2008 22:06 GMT

RPGamer is reporting that tri-Crescendo’s rather superb JRPG, Eternal Sonata is set for release for PlayStation 3 in the US this “fall”.

Videogaming247 was told just over a month ago, and to much upset, that the game would only be released in Japan.

Well, it seems Namco Bandai heard your cries.

By Mike Bowden

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