Estpolis Makes Its Playable Debut At Jump Festa

By Spencer . December 7, 2009 . 11:12pm

image Square Enix had to save something new for Jump Festa ‘10 and that game is Estpolis: The Lands Cursed by the Gods. The first playable build of the Lufia II remake will be at the Makuhari Messe from December 19-20.


Attends can also sample:
Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep
Cross Treasures,
Dragon Quest Monster Battle Road II
Dragon Quest III
Final Fantasy IV (mobile)
Star Ocean: The Last Hope International
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie


… at Square Enix’s booth. Not sure if these demos will be different from what Square Enix brought to Tokyo Game Show.


The Nintendo DS remake of Lufia II will be in stores on February 25, 2010.


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  • there’s some chance that something new will be annonunced?

    What about nintendo, will she be attending this year?

    I hope for a new jump stars *_* can’t wait to see nurarihyon, hyper tsuna, hibari, toriko, ane doki, bakuman, Mx0, psyren, sanji jamble on a new clash of super manga heores *_*

  • Joanna

    “The Nintendo DS remake of Lufia II will be in stores on February 25, 2010.”this really makes me worried. This game is coming out really fast. I’m already skeptical and this rush out the door release is making it worse. I still wish this remake used the original battle system, but I guess I’m in the minority group that prefers turn based menu driven RPGs to Action oriented RPGs.

    • Ereek

      How do you know it’s fast? It could have been in development for a while and it just wasn’t announced until recently. Many Japanese companies tend to wait until it’s close-ish to release before making an announcement while the western companies will announce it years ahead of time.

      • Joanna

        sorry for the late reply, but I have to disagree. With SE they tend to announce stuff ahead of time. FFIII remake for the DS was announce some good months ahead, so was DQIX, FFXIII, Kingdom Hearts (both DS and PSP versions) and TWEWY. For all these games, I never felt that after they just announced the game, a release date was set. Of course maybe they decided to be different with this one game, but judging by their previous track record, I’m skeptical.

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