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NIS America Announces A Bunch
Disgaea 3 Trophies, Atelier Annie, and a Sakura Taisen Box Set.
07.09.09 - 4:14 AM

NIS America has been busy, as they announced today three updates, all for different platforms. First off, Disgaea 3, NIS America's PS3 strategy title, will see its update adding trophies to the game next week. Players who patch the game will unfortunately be unable to earn trophies with old save data, much like other games like Uncharted, which added trophy data after release.

Second, NIS America has revealed the deluxe box set for Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love. The game will ship on two discs, both with full English text dialogue, but one disc will feature the English voice track and the other the Japanese voice track. It is unclear if save data will be able to be shared between the two discs, as of yet. As well, fans can expect a special-edition cover with fantastic artwork. Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love is slated for release this fall.

Last, the DS iteration of the Atelier series, Atelier Annie will be making it to North America in October. Annie is more sim-like than its console cousins, as players will help build a village resort on top of the series' staples of alchemy and RPG combat. Atelier Annie also differs from its bigger sisters by featuring a more SRPG-styled grid-based battle system.

Keep your eyes peeled to RPGFan in the coming months for more about Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love and Atelier Annie!


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