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White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable Data Sharing Update
Trade quests and characters with friends!
01.15.11 - 8:56 PM

White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable: Dogma Wars is more than just a PSP game with an extremely long name. Dogma Wars also pushes the White Knight Chronicles series's use of online mode further, allowing two kinds of data sharing between players. The first method of sharing involves the free quest system, which creates missions allowing players to earn materials and experience points. If players find a quest that they want to share with others, they have the ability to send it along to a friend, and give them a crack at it.

But the second data sharing is even more generous. Players can also exchange their party members with their friends! That's right, you can give one of your characters to another player permanently. This can be a useful tactic, because party members earn new skills based on their companions. Exchanging characters with friends allows people to build stronger warriors, but at the cost of possibly never seeing that party member again. In the end, it probably comes down to how much you can trust your friends...or the random people you're playing with on the subway.

The release date for White Knight Chronicles Episode.Portable: Dogma Wars is February 3rd, 2011 for Japan. No North American release date has been announced yet, but keep checking back in for more updates.


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