By Spencer . October 31, 2012 . 5:00pm
When we spoke to Half-Minute Hero: Super Mega Neo Climax Ultimate Boy producer Esteban Salazar about bringing games to Steam he teased about doing something "grand." If you didn’t get the reference Salazar was talking about Grand Knights History, the online-enabled PSP game from Vanillaware.
"I am personally very interested in doing Grand Knights History if we get a chance, but it’s not just a question of interest," Salazar elaborated. "It’s a question of logistics. That’s not just how much does Half-Minute Hero sell. It’s also if we can get Vanillaware to work on it. If we can get it to work on PC, but I would love to have that game on PC and Steam."
We also asked Yoshifumi Hashimoto who was the producer on the PSP version his thoughts about bringing Grand Knights History to Steam. "We don’t have any reason to reject the project. If there is a possibility we would like to do it. Since it’s an online game we have to think about the infrastructure as well. We looking into it, but we also want to see how Half-Minute Hero will do after launch," said Hashimoto.
Hashimoto also talked to Siliconera about the Vita version of Muramasa: The Demon Blade which will cover later this week. Stay tuned!