Knights In The Nightmare Dodges Bullets, Heads To Stores On October 19

By Spencer . August 12, 2010 . 12:49am

Sting’s PSP port of Knights in the Nightmare will be ready just in time for Halloween. Atlus set October 19 as the game’s release date in North America.


This trailer shows some of the new features not in the Nintendo DS version such as scenes from the new opening movie and storyline starring Princess Yggdra.



The movie doesn’t mention the talk collection feature, a library of pause talk conversations, which Sting also added to the PSP release. If you’re wondering how the game looks on both systems check out this screenshot comparison.

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  • You know they announced this pretty much during E3, yeah? Release date and everything. And GameStop still won’t have this in their computers I bet.

    • M’iau M’iaut

      Last I checked, ya it wasn’t there. I do know Blazing Souls is, but not reservable — you can usually talk them into a customer request on such things if you are in good with the manager. Updates have been on the slow side everywere, it was only in the last week or two GS finally had Rurona on the lists and amazon stll doesn’t show Otomedius.

      • I’m just going to order Knights in the Nightmare through Amazon. GameStop’s disappointed me lately.

  • malek86

    So, what’s Sting up to, now that their games are all done? Haven’t heard anything from them in a while.

  • M’iau M’iaut

    Between this, Nippon Ichi’s two releases and Xseeds initial set of games, I fear this winter’s way too packed with niche PSP selections. No one outside of the hobbyist is buying for the PSP at the moment, and these these do not really line up with the teen focus the system is supposed to be getting. And the DS has some titles of note (999, Ghost Trick, Pokemon Ranger) in the same release window.

    Perhaps that’s why none of the major JRPG publishers have a main console release for the holiday, but there’s just only so much $$$ to go around. I hope things aren’t cannibalised to the point of harm.

  • Guest

    So how about that Yggdra Unison Atlus…

  • Kris

    As pretty as Sting’s games are (especially on PSP), I didn’t really dig KitN. That said, maybe this version will grow on me. Yggdra’s return might make it a must-buy!

    • Joanna

      Aww, really? I loved KitN (but I guess you could tell that by my avatar). xDWas there something in particular that turned you off? Because for me, it was a really great system once you got the hang of it.Any ways, I recommend it to PSP owners. It’s a great game~

      • Kris

        It was just not what I was looking for at the time I bought it. The combat system was interesting, but it was rather confusing, and I never really got into it, unfortunately. :(

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