There’s Another Lord Of Arcana Demo On PSN

By Spencer . October 26, 2010 . 5:13pm

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Hoping to get more people to sign up as Slayers, Square Enix released another Lord of Arcana demo on PlayStation Network.

 

This trial version contains the opening portion of the game. Players can progress up to chapter 3 (only holding up to 8 items, the full game lets you carry 16) and link up for multiplayer sessions with retail copy owners. If you decide you want to buy Lord of Arcana you can use character data from the trial version in the game.

 

The new Lord of Arcana demo is actually the same demo Square Enix allows players to share with friends via a UMD install. This demo, however, won’t give either player medallions which can be traded for rare items.


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  • Advent_Andaryu

    Is this on the Japanese PSN only or what? I’ve yet to see anything Lord of Arcana related on my PSN. You guys should be more clear about whether the game/article your talking about is in Japanese or English.

    • https://twitter.com/#!/SplashdownTiger STiger

      Seeing as to how the U.S. PSN weekly update was a disappointment as usual (though the past two/three weeks was pretty good), I’d say it’s on the Japanese PSN.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_S2UKKIGGOA4V5EIFXAD7BQQOV4 Heehee

      True. Though, wouldn’t NA SE announce a localized demo if there’s already a set release date?

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=2034389 Andrew Strozier

      I agree. Please be more clear in general when it comes to things like PSN and Region-Locked things. I think it’s safe to say that at least some of us don’t speak Japanese, and don’t have access to the Japanese PSN.

    • Joanna

      There’s a country flag and name (in this case Japan) at the top of the article next to the black box that stats which system the game, which the article describes, is on. Sure it’s pretty small and you need to look for it, but the info is there.

      If you mean you just got excited for a moment thinking it was referring to the North American PSN before noticing the flag, I know how you feel, but info is there, so really we can only blame ourselves for “jumping the gun” before determining the region the demo is intended for.

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