It Appears Echoshift Has Less Levels In North America

By Spencer . February 5, 2010 . 3:38pm

imageThe PlayStation Blog is brimming with PSP announcements today. First, they confirmed ModNation Racers for PSP, which we mentioned back in July.

 

We also have news about Echoshift, a time bending Cursor 10 meets Echochrome puzzle game where you create an exit path by replaying the same level with a cast. Japan got it in November 2009 and Jigen Kairou (the game’s name in Japanese) had nine worlds, 63 stages, and free downloadable content.

 

The North American version only has 56 stages. A SCEA staffer says there will be more levels available as DLC so the extra stages could come at a later date, but why cut them out in the first place then?


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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Guy-Wesley/1371955184 Guy Wesley

    Answer to your question: to make more money, of course!

  • http://twitter.com/Golii Cristóbal Escalona

    OK, now what I’d like to know is what happened to that R∞m thing.

  • StealthKnight

    Geez, why buy the American version when you could import the Japanese version and pay the same price. Then again, people could be stupid and buy it any way.

    • http://www.avclub.com/users/ghaleonq,4597/ GhaleonQ

      I’m waiting for the European version, like I did last time. It was a UMD and it had more levels than any other edition.

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