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Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Double Playtest

By Ishaan and Laura . April 6, 2010 . 3:43pm

Fragile is a game that, despite building upon existing schools of design, is ultimately an experience unlike any other. It’s also the first game two of our editors playtested together.

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Fans Help Translate Fragile Dreams: Farewell, Ruins of the Moon In Spanish

By Spencer . March 8, 2010 . 8:09am

In an unprecedented decision, Rising Star Games are working with fans to translate Fragile Dreams: Farewell, Ruins of the Moon’s script into Spanish.

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Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon, Hello North American Bonus Features

By Spencer . February 12, 2010 . 12:26pm

The North American version of Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon has extra features and comes with a music CD, if you reserve it at Gamestop.

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This Is Fragile Dreams: Farewell, Ruins Of The Moon In English

By Spencer . December 16, 2009 . 2:20pm

Xseed, sorry, Rising Star Games released the first trailer of Fragile Dreams: Farewell, Ruins of the Moon with English voice acting.

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Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon Coming In Early 2010

By Spencer . November 6, 2009 . 11:41am

Along with announcing a name change, Xseed gave us a small update about Fragile, now known as Fragile Dreams: Farwell Ruins of the Moon.

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Sky Crawlers To Feature English Voices Only; Japanese Track Still In Fragile

By Ishaan . September 10, 2009 . 2:09pm

We got in touch with Xseed to confirm whether or not Sky Crawlers: Innocent Aces would include the Japanese voices in the game’s final build.

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Fragile: Sayonara Tsuki no Haikyo is hauntingly charming

By Spencer . September 9, 2008 . 6:24pm

After looking at more preview videos I’ve come to the conclusion we have not given Fragile: Sayonara Tsuki no Haikyo (Fragile: Farewell, Ruins of the Moon) enough attention. This clip has Seto, the protagonist, scanning a crumbling world with a flashlight in hand. You actually point with the Wii remote to shine light on objects. […]

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Pre-order Trusty Bell: Chopin’s Dream Reprise to get a Navigation disc

By Spencer . August 21, 2008 . 8:45pm

Namco Bandai is pushing the PS3 version of Eternal Sonata with a sweet promotion for fans of the game. If you reserve the game in Japan you get the Trusty Bell: Chopin’s Dream Navigation disc, a bonus disc with content similar to DVD extras. You can watch an interview with Aya Hirano (she voices Polka), […]

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Watch – Eternal Sonata on the Playstation 3

By Spencer . December 13, 2007 . 8:23pm

Eternal Sonata came out on the Xbox 360 in September and shortly afterwards we found out Japan is getting a Playstation 3 version with extra content. The Playstation 3 trailer makes it a point to show Crescendo and Serenade as playable characters. They are a strong selling point, but not for me. I’m not about […]

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Exploring Fragile’s ruins with a flashlight in hand

By Spencer . November 24, 2007 . 2:00pm

In Fragile ~ Sayonara Tsuki no Haikyo ~ you take on the role of Seto, a boy living in a desolate world. Traces of human life are gone and all that remains are modern looking ruins. Seto searches to find out what happened with a flashlight in his hand. Players use the Wii remote to […]

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Eternal Sonata PS3 Confirmed

By Rolando . September 12, 2007 . 1:05pm

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine confirms a "slip up" that set the Internets semi-ablaze this week; Eternal Sonata, an Xbox 360 title, will now be headed to the Playstation 3 in Spring of 2008. The differences between the PS3 version and Xbox 360 version are not only the ability to change your character's clothes […]

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Flip Flop? Eternal Sonata coming to the PS3 too?

By Spencer . September 10, 2007 . 11:30pm

I’m not sure what to believe Microsoft and Namco Bandai saying that Eternal Sonata was an Xbox 360 exclusive. Or all the signs pointing that a Playstation 3 version is well into development.   You might remember the ESRB “leaked” that Eternal Sonata was a dual platform game. Soon after the listing appeared it vanished […]

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Eternal Sonata designed for gamers to hear Chopin

By Spencer . August 16, 2007 . 7:44pm

Hiroya Hatsushiba, the president of Tri-Crescendo came up with the concept for Eternal Sonata because of his love for Frédéric Chopin’s music. Stephanie Fernandez, the localization producer of Eternal Sonata explains, “He’s a big fan of Chopin. He wanted to introduce gamers to his music.” Chopin’s music is integrated into Eternal Sonata. You can unlock […]

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Eternal Sonata demo up on Xbox Live Marketplace

By Spencer . August 7, 2007 . 11:08am

If you haven’t already picked it up from the Japanese Xbox Live Marketplace go and grab the Eternal Sonata demo. Namco Bandai put it on the US Marketplace so you don’t have to go through all the trouble of creating a Japanese Xbox Live Silver account just to knock onions with a sword. Yes, onions. […]

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Ghostly models of Eternal Sonata leads

By Spencer . June 21, 2007 . 6:06pm

I imagined most people would be enthralled playing Trusty Bell: Chopin’s Dream (aka Eternal Sonata) since it was released less than a week ago. While most gamers are working their way through the light/shadow battles one daring owner dug through the Trusty Bell disc and pulled out the character models. Take a glance at Allegretto, […]

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