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John McCarroll
White Knight Chronicles Returns to PS3 in Europe
It's also hitting the PSP courtesy of Matrix Software.
03.09.11 - 9:59 AM

The original White Knight Chronicles saw release back in 2008 in Japan and 2010 in Europe and North America to mostly tepid reviews. Even despite the added content to the western versions of the title, it was far from a stellar release. Fast forward to today, where SCEE has announced that not only will White Knight Chronicles II see release in Europe, continuing the story of Leonard, but Matrix Software's PSP title White Knight Chronicles: Origins will also be released. Both titles are slated for May in Europe.

White Knight Chronicles II features a fully re-designed battle system, online play for up to six players, and the ability for players to customize their own town. Origins, on the other hand, takes place ten millenia before the events of the first title and follows an entirely new story. Not much is known in the way of details for this title.

Keep your eyes peeled to RPGFan for more information on these two titles - and hopefully we'll hear of North American release sometime in the near future.


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