Japanese retailer Gamestar says the game will have a large volume of extra content, but it isn’t clear what elements are being added. As a frame of reference, Mana Khemia: Student Alliance had a two player mode and extra alchemy ingredients.
Gamestar also lists Idea Factory as the maker instead of Gust, the company that developed Mana Khemia 2. Perhaps, they’re behind the port.
No word if NIS America is going to pick the PSP version up, but if you want to enjoy Mana Khemia 2 with two voice tracks and on a big screen TV the PlayStation 2 version will be in stores next month.