Imageepoch begins life as a JRPG publisher

By Johnny Cullen, Thursday, 25 November 2010 11:40 GMT


Japanese developer Imageepoch has made the jump into the publishing arm of the games industry, announcing its JRPG label.

The company – which has made mainly RPGs, including Luminous Arc – announced its publishing plans yesterday in a press conference in Tokyo.

Its first three games include PSP RPGs Final Promise Story and Black Rock Shooter.

The third title is a free-to-play PC game Chevalier Saga Tactics. That will eventually make the jump over to PS3.

Four other projects were also teased at the event.

Even though it has become a publisher itself, Imageepoch will still work with other publishers.

Thanks, Joystiq.

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