Frontier Gate Boost+ Screenshots Show Us tri-Ace Has Been Up To

By Spencer . January 20, 2013 . 12:33pm


Konami and tri-Ace’s pioneer RPG, Frontier Gate Boost+, is in development for PSP. This game is an expanded version of Frontier Gate with expanded scenarios for partner characters and a new boost mode.


Have a Japanese PSN account? Then you can try Frontier Gate Boost+. The demo has normal mode and boost mode which features new elements. The Frontier Gate Boost+ demo is Vita compatible.


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  • Adam Zaorski

    Come on! Translate and publsh it in EU/US as well :( damn japanese.

    • ShawnOtakuSomething

      Hey watch it

  • MentalAlliance

    tri-Ace definitely has something much more that they are working on. I want to know!

    • YouGusta

      Maybe, but right now they are busy with this game and Lightning Return. :)

      • MentalAlliance

        Has it been confirmed that they’re working on Lightning Returns?

  • AnimusVox

    I love tri-ace for their gameplay, they’re very good at that but damn they need better writers :[

  • TatsuyaKyo

    The question is: Will they finally localize this?

    • kroufonz

      konami, jrpg, PSP, not a metal gear, suikoden psp never localized
      I think you know the answer already:P

      • TatsuyaKyo

        I know, I’m just clinging to what little hope we have. >_>

  • GHAmer

    sony have many good portable games upcoming, but why did they release it in psp, not vita? it can increase their sale IMO

    • Elvick

      Because they’re not Sony’s games…

      And third parties do it because the PSP is still very popular there, and with digital it reaches PS Vita owners too. So why cut out all PSP owners?

      It’s a catch 22 basically. No one wants to buy a system when it doesn’t have games they want, but no one wants to make games for a system if people aren’t buying it.

  • Is this an action RPG? I’m thinking about trying it out.

  • By the way, if you have a PSP, you can just download the demo from the game’s website. You won’t need a JPN account.

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