Ghostlight Looking Into Expanding Options For Download Buyers, Australian Fans

By Ishaan . September 25, 2011 . 1:30pm

A new Ghostlight blog update sheds further light on the localization publisher’s plans for the future, with regard to the availability of their games. Among these plans is an effort to make Ghostlight titles available on the Australian PlayStation Store, with Persona 3 Portable slated to lead the way.


Another effort is one to make select collector’s edition trinkets available to consumers that prefer to purchase their games via download, as opposed to physical UMD releases. In cases where licensing rights allow it, Ghostlight also plan to make game OSTs available to download for those that purchase their games via the PlayStation Network.


Finally, for those that like to double-dip and own both a physical UMD copy and a digital PSN release (presumably so they can transfer their games to the Vita at a later date), Ghostlight are investigating the possibility of offering a discount on the physical collector’s editions whenever possible.

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