By Spencer . January 30, 2009 . 12:32am
Before the Last Remnant comes out on the PlayStation 3 it’s hitting PCs. The Games for Windows release comes out in Japan on April 9 and Square Enix suggests purchasers have a PC at least equipped with a 2.4Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo / AMD Athlon X2 processor, 2GB of RAM, and an Xbox 360 controller. Not too high specifications for a PC game these days, but if you want to make sure your PC works try out the Last Remnant Benchmark test. Oh, and be sure to have an Internet connection (if you’re reading this you should have one). The Last Remnant requires a network connection when installing the game.
Enhancements for the PC version include: speeding up battles twice as fast, visual equipment previews inside shops, two voice tracks (Japanese + English), and the ability to put as many leader units as you want in a union. Count on the future PlayStation 3 version including the leader union tweak and possibly an extra voice track.
Images courtesy of Square Enix.