Class Of Heroes 3 Gets Extra Credit For Going Multiplatform

By Spencer . June 8, 2010 . 7:59pm

imageAnother Class of Heroes game is in the works and this one isn’t just for PSP. Acquire plans on releasing Class of Heroes 3 on PSP and PlayStation 3 simultaneously.


Not too shocking since Class of Heroes 2G, a PSP to PS3 port, is being released as a retail game next month. The Famitsu photo is too blurry to get any gameplay details, unfortunately. We’ll have to wait to see if the PS3 version differs from the PSP one at all. Class of Heroes 2G has some differences, but nothing major.


Since Acquire is a big supporter of PSP you have to wonder if they or, perhaps other publishers, are looking at PSP to PS3 ports as another way to maximize sales.

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  • doubletaco

    The game will gain next to nothing from a PS3 port.

    What a waste of resources.

    • It’ll gain me potentially playing it, as opposed to me and others like me completely ignoring it, as it’s only on a portable…which we don’t play.

    • If they are doing a class of heroes 3, and ported for ps3, it must be because class of heroes 2 (or 2G) met their expectations or even more, so i dont think it will gain nothing…

  • Electrium

    I’ll have finally purchased my PS3 by that point, so if it looks significantly prettier than I’m all for it!

    …but I doubt that’ll be the case.

  • Wish more companies would do this OR Sony would just release some sort of PSP emulator for the PS3. I hate portable systems and I hate when a game I want is released for PSP, but not PS3. Still bitter about Valkyria Chronicles 2.

  • I was quite disappointed when I managed a rent a copy of the original. Played for a few hours, and just went back to playing Etrian Odyssey II. I don’t know why, but I honestly thought it was mediocre.

    Maybe I was doing something wrong, but I don’t think this version will change things.

    • That’s understandable. Both series seem to focus on different aspects of dungeon adventures, enough to split opinions. What’s different in both is what I love seeing in RPGs, but that’s not always the case.

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