By Spencer . April 3, 2008 . 10:28am
The Korean developed RPG, Magna Carta, didn’t fair so well in North America, but in Japan Banpresto ported the PlayStation 2 game to the PSP. That happened nearly two years ago and by now Softmax’s legacy is a forgotten memory. However, the PSP version may matriculate in English care of 505 Games.
The PEGI has a rating for “Magnacarta Portable” despite its absence on 505 Games’ official page. Right now they’re pretty busy promoting Kira Kira Pop Princess. You know music, dancing and fashion. Awkward fashion like Calintz sleeveless outfit doesn’t fit in. While this is just a rumor, it seems probable since 505 Games published Magna Carta: Tears of Blood on the PlayStation 2. But what they are going to do about the localization? Are they going to shove the US voices in the PSP version? Will this use the same translation developed by Atlus? Is Atlus secretly working on this for North America? So many questions!