Square will announce Parasite Eve classics for EU “at a time that is correct for the market”

Wednesday, 27th October 2010 11:30 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Square Enix has just told VG247 that any impending announcement for an EU classics release of Parasite Eve 1 and 2 will be made when it is “correct for the European market.”

Square Japan formally announced earlier this week it was releasing the two previous Parasite Eve games for PS1 onto the Japanese PS Store next month ahead of the release of the next title in the series, The 3rd Birthday, in the country on December 22 for PSP.

The classics release for PS3 and PSP were first teased by the company’s Tetsuya Nomura and 3rd Birthday producer Yoshinori Kitase.

“We’ll announce future plans and releases at a time that is correct for the European market,” a Square spokesperson just told us via email.

Square is yet to announce a date for The 3rd Birthday for Europe, but the publisher’s US arm has already confirmed it’ll release in the west by Q1 2011.

Parasite Eve 1 released in 1998, although never made it to Europe, while Parasite Eve 2 launched in 2000; both for PS1.



  1. Suikoden Fan

    well considering that we never got pe 1 when it first came out, its been right for our market for fucking years

    #1 4 years ago
  2. StolenGlory

    Fuck you SE.

    *Logs in with US PSN account and waits*

    #2 4 years ago
  3. SplatteredHouse

    Hey, Squeenix, how about I just save you the obvious strain and bother this must be causing you, by not bothering myself to buy it, anyway, until a time that is correct for my feelings about your regard of the European players.

    #3 4 years ago

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