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Liz Maas
Do You (Still) Want A Physical Edition Of Class of Heroes 2?
Sign up! Gaijinworks is halfway to making it happen.
02.06.13 - 7:23 PM

With the localization studio nearly done with their work on Class of Heroes 2, Gaijinworks is making one more attempt at making physical UMD copies of the PSP RPG happen by gauging interest on their official website. Their goal is to make sure they can sell at least 2500 copies, and as of this writing they're at about the halfway mark. The digital version is currently priced at $24.99 US, and if a physical copy is to be made, a $34.99 bundle will include both digital and UMD versions.

At the bottom of the site, just fill out the simplest of forms below including how many copies you intend to buy. Gaijinworks notes that this is NOT the pre-order itself, just a way to make sure there is enough interest. If the magical number of 2500 is reached, physical copies can then be secured via pre-order, and we'll be sure to update you on that, Amazon links and all.

Physical copies will be North American only, and as such the included digital codes will only work on the NA PlayStation Store. International customers are still welcome to express interest, but will need to fork over about $10 for shipping overseas when the time comes to pre-order. Finally, the European digital version will hit the EU PSN shortly after North America, it just hasn't yet received a PEGI rating.

Lastly (no really this time!) Gaijinworks shared three videos of the game in English. You can watch them all below.




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