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Star Ocean: Blue Sphere Back On Track

After much delay, Enix has finally announced a release date for their RPG developed in collaboration with Tri-Ace, Star Ocean: Blue Sphere. The Game Boy sequel to the Super Famicom and PlayStation classics, Star Ocean: Blue Sphere should hit Japanese retailers on June 28th for 6,400 yen (approx. $54).

Additionally, the game will be made into an anime series entitled Star Ocean EX, starting in April on TV Tokyo network.

Star Ocean: Blue Sphere takes place two years after Star Ocean: The Second Story, and features SO2's main characters Rena and Claude. The game is game link compatible. You can find screen shots and artwork for the game in our pictures section.

Source(s):

Coji Coji's News Room

Date Updated:
March 10th, 2001

Time Updated:
3:15 AM


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