Eternal Sonata PS3 Confirmed

By Rolando . September 12, 2007 . 1:05pm

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine confirms a "slip up" that set the Internets semi-ablaze this week; Eternal Sonata, an Xbox 360 title, will now be headed to the Playstation 3 in Spring of 2008. The differences between the PS3 version and Xbox 360 version are not only the ability to change your character's clothes within the game, but Crescendo and Serenade, two previous NPCs in the game, will now be playable and able to join your party.


Of course now you might be asking yourself which version you should buy and which version is superior to the other. While none of that is even necessary to ask, you should take comfort in knowing singular owners of either console can now enjoy tri-Crescendo's latest RPG. Perhaps now they can start working on something Baten Kaitos related for the Wii or DS? 



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  • considering the JRPG nature of this game and the lack of 360 sales in Japan is anyone really surprised by this? In fact I think you guys broke this long ago when you noticed the ESRB rating for this on Ps3.

    I sure hope with the extra blu-ray space they add dual language dialogue too so I dont have to sit through the horrible english voice acting.

  • Pichi

    Indeed, you guys did find it on the ESRB site long ago! ^o^ The more people to experience it, the better.

    @ Zoglog

    There is dual option in the 360 version. Would be funny if it doesn’t on the PS3…

  • Aoshi00

    It sucks that the Jpn gamers are not supporting 360.. quote Peter Moore, they want JRPGs, we give them that, what’s so repulsive about our system? At least they still got the exclusive Lost Odyssey.

    It’s nice though it’s going to PS3, this game should be enjoyed by everyone.

    I finished the import alrdy and was thinking to buy the US version eventually to listen to the English voice-over. I was going to wait a bit since I don’t want to play thru it again right away, guess I should wait for the PS3 version later. It would be funny if the PS3 version doesn’t have dual language.

  • Pedro Silva

    I think this was the right move… J-RPG’s don’t fit in X360 IMO (sure, they can come out, but no point in being exclusive).

    No such thing as freebies in this industry and those games simply don’t sell. I’m curious about how is this going to sell in PS3.

  • Thank god, I can will now be able to play this game…well once PS3 becomes a bit more affordable. I have no plan on buying a 360 (plan to only buy two consoles and PS3 was my choice for my second console) and was afraid I’d never be able to play this, but looks like no worries now.


  • Andy


  • Well i was planning to get an 360 for this and blue dragon but i’m i’m thinking i’ll get PS3… in the end that’s where the jRPGs will be. Blue Dragon port to PS3 is all i need to confirm the sale haha

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