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Nihon Falcom Classics To Be Re-Released

Media Kite will re-release three Nihon Falcom classics for the PC platform under its Ultra series next month. Ys I VE is a revival of the game's 1998 version, which will come with a refined package design, first seen in DigiCube's 2001 release of the game. This version will feature updated visuals, allow characters to run following a double click on the mouse, a very easy mode and various other updates. Ys I VE will also contain a bonus disc containing a demo movie of Ys I and II Complete as well as samples of Symphony Ys 21st Century and desktop accessories.

The second title, to be re-released as part of the Ultra series, is the 1987 hit title Sorcerian. This re-release, titled Sorcerian Forever, will be based on the 1997 Windows version.

Last but not least, Media Kite will re-release the first installment of Nihon Falcom's second most famous series after Ys, Eiyuu Densetsu (Legend of Heroes). Titled Shin Eiyuu Densetsu, this title also has undergone various updates ranging from an improved system screen and balance to a full auto battle command option as well as support for both mouse and keyboard.

All three titles will be available on April 18th. Ys I VE will carry a price tag of 3,600 yen (29.71USD), whereas Sorcerian Forever and Shin Eiyuu Densetsu will be available for 2,000 yen (16.51USD) and 2,500 yen (20.63USD) respectively.


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Updated:
03.24.03 - 9:42 PM
Chris Winkler





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