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Banpresto, Softmax Talk Magna Carta PS2
11.09.04 - 10:13 PM

Banpresto and Softmax have announced that the two companies aim to sell 200,000 copies of the jointly developed PlayStation 2 version of Magna Carta in Japan. The game is based on the 1998 hit RPG by the same name, developed by Softmax for the PC platform. The main theme of the Japanese version will be performed by 22-year old Korean artist Fayobi.

Magna Carta will be available in Japan on November 11th for 6,980 yen ($66.13 US).


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