Atlus has announced it’s to release Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time in the US. The PSP game is an updated version of Japan’s Growlanser IV: Over Reloaded, which is a port of PS2’s GLIV:Wayfarer of Time, released in Japan back in 2003. New features in the handheld version will include new story scenes, 40 different endings, new events, vacations, and more. Atlus noted in the newsletter announcing the title that the animated cutscenes will be fully-voiced, but the rest of the game will not due to licensing issues with the original’s Japanese voice track. However, the script has been expanded vastly, and it also proved to be “prohibitive” to providing an English voice tracks, but hopefully the one will outweigh the other in that respect. You can expect the RPG to land at retail sometime this summer.
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Growlanser: Wayfarer Of Time
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Atlus has confirmed it’s to release Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time in the US for this summer. The title will come to PSP following the release of Growlanser: Heritage of War for PS2 in 2007, and takes place in “a land—once rich with culture and technology—long ago nearly obliterated by evanescent divine entities. Two millennia later, […]
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