Ghostlight in discussions to bring console JRPGs to PC

By Stephany Nunneley
19 July 2012 20:56 GMT

Ghostlight has said it’s currently in the process of discussing the possibility of bringing Japanese RPGs to PC. Can we get a hallelujah on that?

According to a blog post from the firm, it’s currently in talks with its contacts in Japan, and while it has “one or two particular target products in mind,” and there’s also talk of releasing PC collector’s editions the titles deemed to work well on PC.

“While our original plan was for the PC games to be released digitally, after reading the huge amount of feedback from you all, we’re now looking into the added possibility of offering a limited number of physical collector’s editions as well,”
said Ghostlight’s Ross Brierley

“Where possible, we may also – for gamers who prefer to get their PC games digitally – offer the collector’s edition items separately from the game.”

No work just yet on which games are being pursued, or when we may expect a release, but this is good news nonetheless.


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