White Knight Chronicles coming to PSP

By Johnny Cullen, Wednesday, 30 June 2010 09:17 GMT

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According to the latest issue of Famitsu, White Knight Chronicles is making its way to PSP.

The magazine mentions the title as “White Knight Chronicles – New Project” for the handheld in its table of contents.

No details or scans of it have emerged as yet.

The magazine also scored White Knight Chronicles 2 for PS3 a 33 out of 40 in its review of the Level 5 RPG in the same issue.

Just in case you were curious.

WKC2 releases in Japan next month.

Thanks, Siliconera and Andriasang.

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