PS3 Eternal Sonata extended with multiple endings

By Spencer . June 26, 2008 . 11:54am


The rumor we posted about Trusty Bell: Chopin no Yume coming out on September 18 was on the mark, except the game will be known as Trusty Bell: Chopin no Yume Reprise when it comes out in Japan. In addition to playing with Crescendo and Serenade, Namco Bandai is giving the entire game an overhaul. New event scenes will flesh out the story and you can watch them while wearing alternate costumes. Yeah?


There is also a new quest involving Polka and Fugue with new characters. The biggest change is Trusty Bell: Chopin no Yume Reprise will have multiple endings opposed to the single ending in the Xbox 360 version. Namco Bandai is adding a chunk of content in the PlayStation 3 version, a fair solution considering the price of the game. Trusty Bell: Chopin no Yume Reprise runs for 7,329 yen ($69). Used copies of Eternal Sonata for the  Xbox 360 cost way less than that in Japan.


Images courtesy of Namco Bandai.

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  • This better come to the states. Please don’t let me down again, Namco.

  • Aoshi00

    Alternate endings? Nice addition, please let it come stateside as well. If not, I hope the Jpn PS3 version would include the Eng. built in it like an “International version”, since it’s alrdy in the 360 game alrdy..

  • Pichi

    I would be so happy if it came over here! Extra stuff sounds really good!

  • Steve

    Meh, the story was the worst part of the game, multiple endings is nothing to get excited about.

  • Aoshi00

    I like the story like that, it was very unique as a whole, even though the ending leaves little to be desired (I mean, after the excellent last boss fight). I only own the Jpn version and the US version is region locked, so I’ve been been looking forward to the PS3 port ever since it was announced since I would like to hear the game in Eng., extra characters, cutscenes, multiple endings only mean more incentives for me to buy this game again.

  • BlackFreefall

    The questions is: When is Namco bringing this to stateside? I wouldn’t mind buying this game again, just like I’m planning to buy Bioshock for the PS3 too.

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