Steam Powers Worldwide Release Of The Last Remnant For PCs

By Spencer . February 24, 2009 . 1:15am

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Square Enix’s RPG made for the world is getting another worldwide release. On April 9 the PC version will come out in Japan and the rest of the world as a Steam download. A price has not been announced at this time.

 

A boxed copy of The Last Remnant will cost 8,190 yen ($86) in Japan, but don’t read too much into that number. We haven’t heard if the PC version will arrive in stores domestically and if it does it will probably cost less. The Last Remnant retailed for $59.99 in North America when it came out for the Xbox 360 while Japanese gamers had to plunk down 8,190 yen for it. New features in the PC version let users speed up battles, place multiple leader units in a union, recruit seven boss characters from the Xbox 360 game, and get new arts for Khrynia after finding a special item.

 

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  • Aoshi00

    I still haven’t finished the game yet, I hope they would put the fast forward and other new features out as free DLC.

  • Volcynika

    I think there’s a demo coming out this Friday as well, from the same site that had the PC benchmark for people to run. Back to the news though, I, for one, will support our new Valve overlords.

  • Happy Gamer

    u think it’ll be more intensive than Crysis? kuz i can run that game pretty well. eversince i build my almost 1800 bucks PC, i never really used it for graphics intensive games -_-;;; mostly on Command and conquer and some less intensive games (half life 2 etc)
    i dunno many graphic intensive games that are really fun…omit bioshock etc lol

    • lostinblue

      there’s a testing tool available for this game, for you to know wether you can run it or not.

  • http://www.nisamerica.com NickyD

    Hopefully if the PS3 version ever releases, they will come with these additions.

  • jarrodand

    Meh. Wake me when Falcom signs up.

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