Ys Seven readying itself for PC release in the West

By Nick Akerman, Monday, 29 April 2013 10:06 GMT

It looks as if Joyoland is bringing the PC version of Ys Seven to Europe and America.

A website posting spotted by XSEED forum member Pal has unearthed plans for the game to receive a Western localisation. The company recently helped Nihon Falcom launch recent Ys and Legend of Heroes titles in the region, suggesting a spot of market broadening is going on.

Although a release date and specific details are yet to be revealed, more JRPGs for the PC can only be a good thing, right?

Cheers, RPGSite.

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