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Here’s The Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Launch Trailer For Nintendo 3DS

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology is now available on the Nintendo 3DS in North America and to celebrate the occasion Nintendo of America have put together a launch trailer for the lengthy RPG. Have a watch below and enjoy.

“It’s been six years since Radiant Historia was released on Nintendo DS in 2011, but it’s time to return to Vainqueur and unlock the time traveling power of the White Chronicle once again in Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. This beloved classic is an expanded 3DS port of the original game that will contain a great deal of added gameplay/story content, updated presentation, and new ways to experience the adventure!”

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9 comments

  1. Sickr, I know this is only confirmed for PS4 but there are leaks confirming Spyro trilogy being remastered and since Crash N-Sane is slated for Nintendo Switch soon, there’s a possibility of Spyro seeing it’s light of day on Nintendo again.

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    1. it’s only speculation for the n sane trilogy unless it’s announced by nintendo don’t believe what you hear from 4chan or leaks.

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  2. Here’s a brief review of how I feel bout the game in general. I’ll be doing this in parts/sections
    Section one: Overall look & presentation
    Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology as you may or may not already know is a remake with a better looking sprite animation battle tile set which counts for sprites of characters and backgrounds which look a lot more impressive than the original DS version which is still a very impressive classic. The voice acting is actually pretty good for the game although my only issue is it went with only saying parts of the dialogue instead of all of it like in Fire Emblem Shadows Of Valentia, but other than that the game looks very good in the visual department and is defiantly worth a look if games like this are your kind of thing. Battles use a grid like system when fighting enemies so you can use certain skills to line a group of enemies and take them all on in one go, but be warned the enemy you grouped together can attack you all in one go and can on the rare occasion kill a party member if your not strong enough or you haven’t healed.

    Section Two: Music

    The music is pretty much the same as the original but with a better sound card on the 3ds the overall sound quality could be enhanced and giving the gamer a much better experience, (It really kept me playing on my breaks in University) My personal favorite tracks are the battle theme and when you are in Historia. and the soundtrack is composed by Yoko Shimomura who in the game world know worked on the music for Kingdom Hearts.

    Section Three: Story

    You take control of Stocke a young blonde Soldier along with his Comrades in arms
    Raynie (a Lance User) and Marco (another sword user) but each with their own characteristics making each character feel unique and not a predictable rpg shonen hero/heroin.
    While playing you do get the chance to change time lines to alter history to save certain characters but like i said before i want to keep the spoilers to a minimum.

    Section Four:Opinions

    I saved this for last as this is the part where it usually gets to the parts where you agree or disagree and i respect all comments.

    The overall story is pretty common as RPGS go but it’s a very enjoyable and with newcomers there is the new friendly mode which in short means “Easy mode” but if you’re a true RPG Veteran avoid it at all costs i gave it a shot and the game is made way to easy it’s best to have a bit of a challenge but you can change the difficulty to hard or normal but once you change it to “friendly mode you’re stuck with it unless you restart the game from scratch. there are some really interesting extras i won’t say as i know some people are not to keen on the game/ games being spoiled. I believe this has high replay value and will keep you occupied for enough time until steamworld dig 2 comes on the 3ds later this month.

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