RPGFan


Andrew Barker
Class of Heroes 2G Arriving On PSN This Spring
Check out the new trailer!
04.04.14 - 12:11 AM

Gaijinworks seem to willingly jump hurdle after hurdle in their attempt to localise the dungeon-crawling Class of Heroes games. Next in their set of releases is Class of Heroes 2G, which will be arriving in North America on the PlayStation Network this spring for $34.99 USD.

Though a port of the original, this localised version will include a dual-screen option which can be employed by using a Vita or PS3 and watching the other. Either can be used to play the game, while the second screen will display the in-game map.

You can see the game in action by watching the trailer below:

It will likely come as no surprise that Gaijinworks also wish to release the game in physical format. To do so, they need to presell 7,000 copies. If released, the disc version will include a manual, reversible case, and a serial numbered hologram. If you're interested, you can pre-order here.


Back




Twitch Schedule & Status

Sunday, November 18th
World of Final Fantasy MAXIMA w/Kat • 10am PDT/1pm EDT

Mondays
Darksiders w/Maxx • 12pm PDT/3pm EDT
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth - Hacker's Memory w/Kat • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT

Tuesdays
Threads of Fate w/Kyle • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT
Zero Escape Trilogy w/Scott • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Wednesdays
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE w/Nathan • 10:30am PDT/1:30pm EDT
Zero Escape Trilogy w/Scott • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Thursdays
Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix w/Kyle • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT
Zero Escape Trilogy w/Scott • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Fridays
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance w/Kat • 3pm PDT/6pm EDT
Friday Super Variety Night w/Scott • 7pm PDT/10pm EDT

Saturdays
Zero Escape Trilogy w/Scott • 5pm PDT/8pm EDT

Crowdfunding Chronicles Volume 1

Crowdfunding Chronicles Volume 1

Column
Square Enix Reveals Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers

Square Enix Reveals Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers

News
Retro Encounter 162

Retro Encounter 162

Podcast
The Swords of Ditto Review

The Swords of Ditto

Review
Call of Cthulhu Review

Call of Cthulhu

Review