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Thanks to the Square Enix Online Store page for Star Ocean: Integrity and Faithlessness, we now have a solid release date for tri-Ace’s latest space-faring JRPG.
The game’s Day One Edition features five equippable accessories, as well as battle themes from the Valkyrie Profile games. If nothing else, it’s hard to deny tri-Ace’s track record of kickass music, so this seems like a fitting addition.
Meanwhile, the game has just launched today in Japan, and has a PS3 version that won’t be released overseas coming on April 28.
I wasn’t so hot on the last game in the series – Star Ocean: The Last Hope – but tri-Ace has enough goodwill with me that I’ll definitely be giving this one a shot. Although if you ask me, the real news here is that the game’s pretty-boy protagonist is named Fidel. Here’s hoping history will absolve this game.
Austin is a WA-based player of games, writer of fictions, and seer of hellish futures. They voice only the worst of opinions, except when they don't. They are a Staff Writer for VGCC. Their avatar image was drawn by Twitter user/good boy @fancydrak.
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