La Pucelle Ragnarok Demo Now On PSN

By Spencer . March 25, 2010 . 9:38am

imageNippon Ichi released La Pucelle Ragnarok, a port of the PlayStation 2 game La Pucelle: Tactics, back in November 2009. Did you miss it?

 

Well, now you can give it a go and see if its worth buying. Nippon Ichi put a demo up on the PlayStation Store. Log in with a Japan region account to download the 39 MB file. Yes, its that small.

 

Classic Dungeon is next in line for post-release demo treatment with a trial version slated for next month.


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  • http://twitter.com/Starstew Ed S

    Have it on PS2, but I’ll grab it on PS3 if it comes to North America.

    • doubleO7

      PS3? I think your mistaken. It doesnt mention it in the atricle but this is a PSP game, not PS3.

  • Artavasdus

    Good move, I hope those post-release demos manage to move some copies.

    I am very sad for the sales failure of all recent NiS games on Psp (sadly Zettai Hero had a terrible drop in its second week, and this should stop its sales at around 35k X__x ), anything that can help them a bit is welcome.

    • malek86

      It seems Badman 3D is doing ok though, or at least I think it is. It’s already at 50k, and the second week drop was not as bad as they usually are.

      • JeremyR

        Badman 3D is a Sony game, NISA just publishes it in NA

        • malek86

          Oh, right. For a moment I thought it was a NIS game.

  • nyoron

    Cool, never liked La Pucelle all that much but I’m really looking forward to that Classic Dungeon demo!

  • kupomogli

    “Log in with a Japan region account to download the 39 MB file. Yes, its that small.”

    I never thought it would be larger. This is NIS we’re talking about. They’re still making games with the graphical quality of a PSX game on the PS3.

    • Artavasdus

      It’s a Psp game’s demo, cut them some slack :P

  • Code

    rar, I got it on PS2 brand new a few years back, it was worth every penny, all 900 of them!

  • http://honorless.net honorless

    Haha, I selfishly hope Classic Dungeon’s demo is even smaller—because I’m interested in trying it, but I’ve been too cheap and lazy to buy a memory stick larger than the 32MB one that came with my Deep Red value pack.

  • LastFootnote

    You really had me going there, Spencer. I really thought you meant the North American PSN and that NISA had announced the game.

    I think I’m about ready to finally give up on NISA, though. It’s back to competitive Pokémon for me.

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