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Radiata Stories Preview
10.18.04 - 4:00 PM

Announced not even a few months ago, Star Ocean and Valkyrie Profile developer tri-Ace has a new action RPG for the PlayStation 2 in the works in the form of Radiata Stories. More surprisingly, the game is scheduled for release at the end of January in Japan, of course with Square Enix handling the publishing duties.

We've run a good deal of news on Radiata Stories, but if you've been wanting all current information on the title on one page, you're in the right place. Take a look at Mark's preview below, and be sure to take a look at the gallery afterwards. Or before, if that's your pleasure.

Before that however, there's some information on the game's guilds courtesy of Chris Winkler, below:

Square Enix has revealed some new tidbits of information regarding its tri-Ace-developed PlayStation 2 title Radiata Stories. In the Kingdom of Radiata, where the game's story will take place, four guilds have been established: The warrior, the monk, the wizard and the thief guild. At those guilds, players can listen to people offering them to do missions for a reward. Depending on the risk of a certain mission, players will receive a higher or lower reward.

As previously reported, Radiata Stories is due out in Japan on January 27th, 2005. Due to the announcement still being somewhat recent, a North American release has not been announced, but we should expect to hear something from Square Enix by next May's E3.


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